Whatever reasons your brain is coming up with as to why you shouldn’t just pull the trigger and sign up, there are a ton more reasons that you should. We’ve made a list of the top 5 reasons for not walking in to that first pole dance class and we are going to tell you why you shouldn’t believe in these limitations.Read More
I felt like I didn't know where to put my arms and legs and how to position my body, I felt physically hot from being a little nervous, and I felt what it feels like to have the thought, "I'm NEVER going to get this."Read More
You are about to step out of your comfort zone and try something new that is beneficial for your body, mind, and soul. Second, it would be sorta nice to know what to expect as you begin what will hopefully be a longstanding and beautiful relationship with a tall, shiny, chrome pole, right??Read More
Pole Dance Instructors are very talented and skilled at making women feel comfortable and safe. It's normal to not know what to expect and to feel nervous and scared at first, but don't let that prevent you from taking your first pole fitness class.Read More
This statement sums up the paradox facing many students new to pole fitness. Yes, while you may currently lack the upper body strength it takes to execute many of the pole tricks or spins you see posted daily on IG, that in NO way means you aren’t physically ready to begin taking classes. You take classes so you can gain your future upper body strength. It’s basically like saying “I’m too dirty to take a shower”….Read More
This is a very common misconception in the pole dance world.
While it is true that those who have previous training in dance, gymnastics, cheer, acrobatics, or other fitness (Zumba, yoga, etc.) may find that many of the movements in pole feel “natural” to their bodies, having that type of background isn’t a requirement.Read More