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PATTYE BOHNET
PATTYE BOHNET
Pattye’s parents enrolled her in dancing school at the age of 4 because they thought that this would relieve her of being painfully shy. They happened to be right. Through the years she has been trained in all forms of dance, but her emphasis was on being a competitive USGF Gymnast. After a few years of teaching Gymnastics she retired her leotard at the age of 22. Coming to an end of a long hiatus, Pattye realized that something had been missing in her life. Through prayer it occurred to her that she missed dance and gymnastics but immediately discounted it because of her age. However, she found herself in an introductory class at a pole dancing studio which was the perfect blend of her former training of gymnastics and dance. Pattye knew immediately she was home and became on fire with this new found means of self expression. As her passion for pole dancing continues, she is excited about having the opportunity to share and help woman discover their sensual side as well as develop their inner and outer strength.
KIM DECKER REDDAN
Kimberly is a stay at home mother of three beautiful children. Her love for pole dancing began about 5 years ago. After a year of being a dedicated student she took a break to have her third child. She is now back on the pole and loving it even more. So much so that she decided to become a certified pole instructor. She is thrilled to share her love for pole with the students at Body, Mind & Pole.
KIM DECKER REDDAN
REGINA ARMAND
REGINA ARMAND
Regina has been pole dancing for over three years at Body & Pole. She started out running track for six years then later joined a dancing school where she took classes in hip-hop and jazz. Regina then became a cheerleader for her college. She was always one to try different hobbies such as martial arts, kick boxing, and aerobics classes. But pole dancing was the one that stuck. Regina competed in her first pole competition in August 2014 at PSO Nationals and placed first in the Level 3 Junior category. She plans on competing more in the future, but her main goal is to figure out where her path in pole dancing will take her.
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