Church of Body Modifications statement of faith:
We will always respect our bodies.
We believe it is our right to explore our world, both physical and supernatural, through spiritual body modification.
We promise to always grow as individuals through body modification and what it can teach us about who we are and what we can do.
We vow to share our experiences openly and honestly in order to promote growth in mind, body, and soul.
We honor all forms of body modification and those who choose to practice in safe and consensual ways.
We also promise to respect those who do not choose body modification.
We support all that join us in our mission and help those seeking us in need of spiritual guidance.
We strive to share a positive message with everyone we encounter, in order to act as positive role models for future generations in the body modification community.
We always uphold basic codes of ethics and encourage others to do the same.


Over 20 years experience in suspensions, pulls, and other spiritual events.

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Mission Statement

The Church’s mission is to educate, inspire, and to help lead our members along a path of spiritual body modification.
As members of the Church of Body Modification, we aim to practice our body modification rituals with purpose, to unify our mind, body, and soul, and to connect with our higher power.


Vision Statement

As members of this Church, we envision living in a society where we are seen as an asset to our community, treated as equal to any non-modified person. We conceive of a time where we may practice our rituals and body modification without prejudice or discrimination. By acting responsibly and with integrity, we wish to observe our sincerely held religious beliefs without restriction.


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Suspensions that help you grow

If anyone has seen the movie ‘A man called horse’, you will understand where I am coming from. I saw the movie when I was a very young child in the third grade. At the same time I was recovering from being the in a brutal car accident with my father where I was killed and brought back. Living in the country kept me at home, alone mostly, as my sister was babysitting and didn’t so much like her job. I read the encyclopedia’s out of boredom. Those encyclopedia’s has photos and stories on neck stretching, suspensions, lip plates, and other “tribal” practices. It changed me. It changed me a whole lot!!!

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