All posts by: ISA

Those of us in the suspension community aren’t exactly known for our patience. Generally when an idea comes about, the excitement and motivation to make it happen means that we often rush into it. We also know that the willingness...
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Please support this worthy cause – The campaign: http://igg.me/at/tbontb/ As you might know, we are in the process of making another book! This time, it’s the last decade of Pain Solution that we want to share with you. Once again, Helene Fjell’s...
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This post comes somewhat last minute to help seek funding for a collaborative project that brings together a variety of incredibly talented artists including body modification artist Brian Decker, White Flag Suspension Team, Numi Empire, makeup artist May Moore, designer Dorothy...
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Many of you may have seen events online showing up for ISA Educational Meetups located in many regions around the world. So what exactly is going on with the ISA, and what are these meets all about? The International Suspension...
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When Aerik Martin set out in 2012 to form his own team, he had a few ideas in mind. He wanted to create a working collective of suspension practitioners focused on learning and sharing their craft with other practitioners as...
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Today’s post comes from guest writer, Lukas Larson. For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Lukas Larson and I’ve been active in suspension for over 5 years.  I’m also a developer of equipment for suspension and...
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Anchors Aweigh has been a group that I have loved since its formation in 2011; not only their beautiful work, but also the incredible individuals that make their team what it is. I have been fortunate enough to have suspended...
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November was a busy month for the suspension community in the US. Along with the multiple DisGraceGivinG events taking place, it also marked the debut of Veneration; a magazine aimed toward the suspension and body modification communities. Their editor in...
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On Tender Hooks, an in depth look at the incredible individuals that make up our suspension community, is the first feature film by director Kate Shenton. Along with documenting the experience of what we do and why, Kate took the leap...
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When I found out that Fakir Musafar was going to attend LBP (Latin-American Body Piercing Association) 2014 in Mexico, I decided to attend the convention. Danny Yerna asked if I would like to teach a class. However, I felt that...
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