What is Pole Fitness?
Pole Fitness combines dance and acrobatics centered on a vertical pole. It requires significant strength, flexibility, and endurance. It is a form of exercise involving athletic moves such as climbs, spins, and inverts using upper body and arm strength.
Never tried Pole Fitness before?
All beginners should start with our Pole Intro to Level 1 class. This class will teach you basic moves like climbs and spins as well as build your strength and flexibility. Our Instructors will let you know when you will be moved up to the next level based on your progress.
Any class can be a workout for any level, so a higher level dancer may feel free to attend a lower level class. The following levels describe the movements that will be taught in those assigned classes.
- Intro to Level 1: This is the appropriate level for the brand new pole dancer. Dancers at this level learn to engage in floor work, dance, spinning moves, and climbs. Inverting is taught at this level from the floor in classes that include tricks.
- Level 2 to 3: Dancers at this level learn to invert from the floor slowly and with control. Spins and tricks on static poles, floor work, dance, and upright moves on spinning pole are taught in this level. In all inverted moves, dancers maintain a minimum of three points of contact with the pole.
- Level 3 to 4: Pole Dancers at this level learn to do aerial inverts by bringing the hips above the shoulders in a smooth and controlled motion. Dancers at this level will learn any inversions that maintain three points of contact with the pole while inverted.
- Level 4: This is the appropriate level for the most advanced pole dancer. Dancers at this level have successfully completed tricks in Level 3-4 and are ready to learn drops, hand springs, Ayesha in all multiple grips, spin and inverted trick combos on spinning and static poles.
12 hour early cancel notice required. Class will be forfeited for late cancels.
Class subject to cancellation if class does not meet class minimum of 2 students.
All classes start with a floor warm up (mat optional) and progress to the pole. Heels are optional for only Level 2 and higher classes.
Recommended attire: sports bra, booty shorts. The less clothing, the better, so you can grip the pole accordingly. Do come to class in layers, so that you may wear something more comfortable during warm up.
Please no oils or lotions on skin to prevent from slipping.
Dry Hands available for purchase at the Front Desk.