This photo shows Kat with 4 Tuna Hooks freshly pierced into her skin. She is preparing for her 7th body suspension.
Kat's body is swimming with endorphins. Dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin — she knows them by name, and she knows their effects. In fact, she’s become rather addicted to them.
In addition to the rush, Kat does body suspensions to overcome her fears.
Kat said that the first hook does not cause her pain, but her back muscles start to tighten up. This makes each additional hook harder to receive.
You can read an entire article written by Ryan Burns and see a gallery of her body suspension at The Journal