Los Angeles, CA — Mistress Cyan is proud to announce that Sanctuary Studios has officially reopened at their new venue in Los Angeles and are celebrating in style with a kinky party this Saturday, May 13, at 9:00pm.
Sanctuary Studios is one of the longest running and largest BDSM safe spaces in Southern California. The venue hosts kinky classes, parties, LGBTQ+ fundraisers, meetings for the leather community, and has been a location for film and video production.
“This very special night marks the start of a new chapter in the Sanctuary legacy,” explained Mistress Cyan, Founder and Owner of Sanctuary Studios. “We started in 1999 as a weekly fetish night at a club in the San Fernando Valley, and we’ve served the leather community since, with a rented location in Reseda, then later by LAX. In 2022, we made the decision to scrape together every penny to purchase a property. In January of this year, we got the keys to the new home for Sanctuary Studios. While we know we will never be ‘finished,’ we feel that it’s time to start this new chapter with a celebration, and we are inviting our kinky friends across Southern California to attend.”
The reopening party will feature stage performances, open play rooms, a complimentary BBQ, and free drawings for prizes, including tickets for the upcoming event, DomCon Los Angeles..
Go to https://sanctuarylax.com/events/52403?marketplace=true for location, details and to RSVP while tickets last.
About Mistress Cyan:
Mistress Cyan is the owner of Sanctuary Studios, one of the largest safe spaces for BDSM in Southern California. Cyan is also the founder and organizer of DomCon, a BDSM convention held in Los Angeles and New Orleans. She is secretary on the board of the LA Pride festival and organizes the event’s “Erotic City” zone.
Mistress Cyan was introduced to The Lifestyle in 1989, and through years of commitment to helping others and expanding the fetish scene, has since become a well respected leader in the Los Angeles BDSM and leather communities. She organizes and hosts fundraisers for local charities. She regularly teaches classes, mentors others, and speaks at academic institutions such as Stanford University, CSUN, UCLA and Occidental College on the subject of BDSM.
She is not afraid to set new standards, break new ground or accept responsibility. She pushed hard for transgender acceptance in the Los Angeles fetish scene and through DomCon, changed perception of professional Dommes in the leather community. She has served as a member of the Los Angeles Leather Coalition fundraising committee, and has headed numerous social BDSM organizations and events.
Sanctuary Studios website and social media: