Monthly Archives: August 2010

Weren’t able to make it out to the ROP BBQ this last weekend?  Well, Claire and Shawn the same duo that gave us the Dallas Suscon Video put together a another nice little piece to give a you a glimpse...
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Another member of the community has unfortunately been in an accident. Adam Thompson, Troupe Financial Director and Performer of CoRE, was in a serious mountain biking accident in Canada. Adam’s neck was broken and he has undergone surgery. Thankfully he...
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6th Annual Italian Suscon, International pulling and suspension rituals seminar.  Livorno, October 10th,11th,12th, 2010, resort “Regina del Mare”. The international APTPI event, focused on suspension and pulling rituals, in the last six years has become one of the most important...
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From the Facebook Event Page – The Magic Garage adventure has taken us through various venues throughout the last 5 years, and this time around the MG crew is thrilled to collaborate with LA’s Catalyst Artist Collective. This year’s theme...
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Reference Picture By Rafagnomo – Virada Cultural – São Paulo 2010 August 9 to 23, 2010 – The practice of Body Suspension has expanded and grown around the world, sharing thousands of passionate followers and participants in the experience. If...
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Today’s images once again come from our friends in Spain, A Sangre Fria. The beautiful photos below, taken by D. Designs, were taken during the Drum Parade in the capitol of city of Madrid.  During the festival, the team used...
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If you have been around the suspension community in the last year, Black Sheep Hooks probably need no introduction. Their versatility and easy to use design have been a huge hit, not to mention the added safety and strength of...
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Upon rummaging through old video files I stumbled across this video. Within are segments from past suscons including the infamous rental car vs guiche pull during the 2007 Southwest suscon, the skydiver formation from the NoCal Suscon in 2008, as...
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A look back from guest writer Heather Cherry July 2004 – We wanted to do a suspension where it would be peaceful and quiet, so the location seemed ideal, a deserted sandbar a half mile out in the ocean. We...
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In the world of body suspension there is one book that truly stands out above all the rest, Stelarc’s Obsolete Body.  Although at one point there were numerous copies sitting in storage unable to be sold, this 1984 publication is...
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