New to pole fitness before? This is the class for you! Students will learn the fundamentals of pole fitness – from walking around the pole to trying basic spins and floor work. This class is mandatory for all pole beginners and can be taken as many times as needed to feel comfortable. We suggest 1-3 times.
In Pole Level 1, students will learn beginner spins paired with fun, sexy dance moves and transitions. As students master climbing the pole, they will also be building the strength and techniques needed to advance to the next level. Once you’ve finished your first routine, you will be ready for the next challenge!
As students continue to learn additional spins and transitions, it’s also time to step it up – upside-down, that is! This class features upper-body and core exercises to strengthen arms – all while inverted! Students will also learn a stamina-building routine in preparation for Pole Level 3.
If you’re just starting Pole Level 3, this will be a great class for you; we will drill the fundamental moves that are essential to becoming a stronger pole dancer! These moves include controlled inverts, shoulder mounts, and leg hangs. We encouraging taking this class along with the Level 3 Tricks and Flow.
Having mastered the basic invert and spins, students begin to learn upside down tricks and other power moves in Pole Level 3: Tricks. Practice, practice, practice! This class allows students to focus on perfecting tricks and learning how to put them in a combo while receiving an intense upper body and core workout.
In Pole Level 3: Flow, students will incorporate their newly-acquired tricks and spins into a routine with combos, transitions, and floor work. Routines will focus on gracefully sequencing consecutive movements. After practicing different flow sequences, students can begin to creatively think of their own routines.
Pole Level 4: Tricks will build upon previously-established skills while learning even higher-level tricks, transitions, and spins. By now, you are ready to kick it up a notch! Some of our key moves will include the jade split (featured in photo) and utilize the strength and flexibility that you’ve built up from your journey in pole.
In Pole Level 4: Flow, students will combine all of their tricks and movements into beautiful, flowing dances. Students are encouraged to explore their inner creativity by incorporating various forms of dance, transitions, and floor work into their unique routines.
You’ve made it this far and it’s time to start exploring how challenging pole can really be! Muscling into handsprings on the pole, dropping from one trick to the next–whatever you can imagine, it can be done (with a lot of practice and conditioning)! The challenges of pole are never-ending!
The Advanced Conditioning class challenges advanced students with movements specifically designed for improving overall strength and skill. From holding shoulder mounts to repetitive inverts, this class focuses on increasing endurance required for intricate pole routines.