How is the pulling experience different than suspension?
The experience of pulling is slightly different in that the body’s entire weight is not supported by hooks in skin. The sensation of the skin being stretched and pulled to its maximum may be similar and the sensation of endurance and surrender may be similar but they are definitely not the same. In addition, unlike a suspension where the person reaches a state of complete surrender, the puller is in complete control of their physical position and level of pain. How many hooks are used? Pulling is typically done with between one, two, or four hooks per person. Using more than six or so hooks per person could limit the experience and take away from what could be an amazing and enlightening experience. How many people can pull at one time? Theoretically there is no limit. In circular (star) pulling, five, six, or more people pulling at once is certainly possible. How does a large group of people perform a pulling? Simply, each member of the pull connects one central point or ring. With gr