Monthly Archives: August 2012

Italian Carousel

I have heard several people in the suspension community point out how much fun it would be to take over the carousel style swings offered at amusement parks, but there is always the same problem of finding someone who will...
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Ready, Set, Go!

If you think deciding to suspend is a tough call, consider the weight of choosing to suspend by leaping from the edge of a tower with nothing but the hooks in your back to catch you as you fall. James...
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Cadillac Ranch

I’m sure pretty much anyone reading this that is from the United States knows what the Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, TX is, along with many of those outside of our country thanks to its appearance in movies, television, and other...
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One Thousand Days

I think there is only one name that really comes to mind when you start discussing who suspends more than anyone else in this community. Rolf is certainly the first person that I would think of; the number of suspensions...
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A Friend in Need

Many of you in the suspension community are familiar with Jason ‘The Illustrated Penguin’ from both his performance work on stage and from the suspension photos of him that have been online. Well, thanks to the lovely healthcare system here...
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One Night Only

There are some suspension events that come along that I know I can’t make it to, but I am happy knowing that I will see the pictures afterward and enjoy hearing about it. Then there are events that make me...
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A Moment of Trust

Often when we see a celebrity doing anything that is out of the norm or that might be somewhat shocking to the general public, it is easy to assume that it is simply a stunt to gain a little attention...
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Walking on Sunshine

There is just something about Jill that puts me in a good mood. I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that almost every time I have seen her, she has a smile on her face...
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2012 Oslo Suscon

I have been told for a few years that every practitioner should attend the Oslo Suscon at least once. After finally having the opportunity to go, I now see why. It really was just such an incredible environment to work...
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