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Pole Fitness

Pole dance combines elements of gymnastics, dance, and acrobatics, making it a full-body workout. It is an excellent way to build upper body strength, as it requires the use of the arms, shoulders, and back to hold onto the pole. The legs are also heavily engaged, as they are used to grip the pole and perform various movements and holds.

In addition to its physical benefits, pole dance can also be a great way to boost self-confidence and improve body image. It allows individuals to celebrate their bodies and feel empowered through movement and self-expression. So, if you're looking for a fun and challenging way to stay in shape, consider giving pole dance a try!

What to expect.

Pole dancing has become increasingly popular as a fitness activity and art form. If you're considering trying a pole class but aren't sure what to expect, here's a rundown.


Firstly, you'll want to wear comfortable workout clothes that allow for flexibility and movement. Many pole classes are done barefoot, but some studios may require specific shoes or allow you to wear your own. Classes typically start with a warm-up to get your muscles ready for the workout. You'll then move onto learning basic pole moves such as spins, climbs, and holds. Don't worry if you don't have any experience - most classes are beginner-friendly and instructors can modify moves to suit different skill levels. As you progress, you'll learn more advanced moves and begin to choreograph routines. Pole dancing is a great full-body workout that can improve strength, flexibility, and coordination. It's also important to note that pole classes are typically welcoming and inclusive environments. You'll be surrounded by supportive classmates and instructors who want to see you succeed. So don't be afraid to give it a try and see how pole dancing can benefit your fitness journey!

Where to start.

We suggest you start with an Introduction class which we run as a 4 week course, if you don't see this on the schedule you can start in a level 1 class. The difference between Intro and Level 1, Level 1 classes have students that have been attending class and have developed some basic skill an Intro class is for new students who have not tried pole before. Our instructors will always teach to your level and give you appropriate modifications that suit your ability!


Perks of Joining Our Studio

Our studio takes pride in being an inclusive community, and becoming a part of it brings many benefits. You'll have the opportunity to join our supportive tribe, become a part of our demo team, perform at our exclusive studio showcases and community events, attend specialty training and compete in regional and national events.

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