Intro to Pole: If you have never taken a pole class and are a total pole virgin this is the class for you. (It is recommended that you take this class 3- 5 times).
In this class you will learn the fundamentals of pole dance technique & strength training. From walking around the pole, to basic spins and floor work. You will walk away with all of the proper techniques and confidence you will need to join our beginner level classes.
Pole Level 1: This class is for students who are new to pole dancing. This class focuses on basic pole spins, basic climbing and beginner dance techniques. Each class your instructor will guide you through a yoga inspired warm up, introduce you to a new pole move and teach a beautiful routine that will tempt, tease and tone your body. This class will teach spins and climbs ONLY.You will need permission from your instructor before you move into Level 2 classes.
Pole Level 1.5 Tricks & Spins: This class is designed for the student who is in-between level 1 and level 2 classes. This is for the student who has taken level 1 classes for at least 8 weeks. In this class you will learn how to take the skills, spins and tricks that you have already learned to the next level by adding fluid transitions to get into, out of or add additional moves to achieve a beautiful sequence and to take your pole dancing to another level. Floor work will be included.
Pole-ography: This class is open to all levels. A glamorous pole fitness and choreography class combined into one! You’ll be able to tie together spins, tricks and floor work for a complete sexy workout. These full-length routines will have you practicing and perfecting your pole and dance skills!
Combo Class: Enjoy the benefits of learning your skills on both a static and spin pole in the same class. This class is open to Level 1- Advanced Students.
Climb & Invert: This class is designed for the student who has been attending level 1 classes for at least 2 months. In this class you will learn the proper techniques, conditioning and drills to learn how to climb and invert successfully and prepare you for upper level classes.
Pole Level 2: This class is designed for the student who has been attending level 1 classes for at least 2 months. In this class you will learn the proper techniques, conditioning and drills to learn how to climb and invert successfully and prepare you for upper level classes.
Pole Level 2/3: (Prerequisites: Pole Levels 1 & 2)
This class is for students who feel very comfortable with inversions, leg hangs, and climbing. Students must have been taking our Level 2 classes for at least a few months before signing up for this class (or at least 1 full year of extensive training in other facilities). If you are comfortable with all your Level 2 inversions, we are ready to take you to the next level of strength and grace. In this class we raise the bar with more advanced inversions and holds as well as spins. You will learn how to put it all together in some beautiful combos, as we help you find your own strength and style.
Enrollment Series Class:
This 8 week series class is for the absolute beginner who wants to learn the art & skill of pole dancing, or for a current pole student who would like to recommit to their pole journey. In this class you will begin to learn the basics and important foundations of walking, spinning, climbing, grips, pole language and terminology. This class will meet on the same day and time each week for 8 consecutive weeks.
Aerial Hammock: From a single point Aerial Hammock this class utilizes the fabric to strengthen our balance by learning to flow dance movements together. The 60 minute class includes a full portion of aerial conditioning, in which the fabric is used to challenge our bodies in ways like never before. You will gain upper body and core strength, while also improving endurance and flexibility.
Flexibility is a key pillar of overall well-being, health, body alignment, and symmetry. Flexibility training not only increases our range of motion, but also increases blood flow and circulation, restores body alignment, reduces risk for injuries, releases tension and improves coordination. Poor flexibility of the spine and hips may lead to stiffness, poor posture, back problems, movement limitations, and a higher risk for injury to muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Our class format is amazing and gives every student the ability to fully participate, no matter what their starting point - from absolute beginner to contortionist. And, our skilled instructors can help even the most limber of students to push themselves to new levels.