2018 : YEAR OF THE GODDESS - LONDON - ZURICH

Celebrate the Female Principle under the Direction and  Loving Authority of an Elite Dominatrix 

As the year closed, I was reflecting on 2017. Despite enjoying greatly designing again and working with fabulous artisans, and being grateful for all the lessons I've learned during this time. I am so very happy to have taken the decision in September to come out of sabbatical and return to my activities as Maîtresse Nuit. I was seriously missing the haven that BDSM is for me, missing the honesty of consensuality and the joys of dishing out pain and beauty!

More than ever, 2018 will be a year of celebration of the Female principle in all its guises: from lessons in etiquette, service and posture to exploration of genres, fetishes, forced feminisation, transformation, slut training and, of course, the extensive and tantalising palette of chastisement, bondage, body modification, objectification, humiliation, captive immersion and sadistic treatments at the hands of your cruel, elegant, sensual, intuitive and exacting Maîtresse.

My Rituals of Pain & Pleasure are inspired by a curiosity and fascination about sexuality, transgression, taboos, the shadow and the human mind, supported by a lifetime in the theatre, fuelled by an interest in ancient cultures, mythology and religions. 

I'm very happy to announce that the "Naughty Girls's Salon" will resume in February and I will host it with my wonderful partner in crime: the Quintessential English, Mistress Miss Meyers.

I am taking sessions at the Seraglio, my beautiful chambers in London.

Last but not least: After a most fruitful and inspiring recce and session at Der Femdom in December, I have decided that from February, I will visit regularly Herrin Ariadne's fabulous studio in Zurich. Slaves who are interested in auditioning, you are welcome to do so in writing.

I wish you, my trusted devotees, great Mistresses friends and you, if you are a newcomer, a very joyous and peaceful 2018!

Maîtresse Nuit

Erzebeth Bathory by Georges Pichard ©Georges Pichard  

Erzebeth Bathory by Georges Pichard ©Georges Pichard