Class Descriptions

New class schedule!!!

Thursday : 12 pm- 3pm : Open pole

Thursday : 4pm-5pm : intro to pole

Thursday : 5:30pm-6:45pm : pole 102

Thursday : 7:15pm-8:30pm : pole 101

Friday : 12pm-3pm : Open pole

Friday : 4pm-5pm : intro to pole

Friday : 5:30pm-6:45pm : pole 102

Friday : 7:15pm-8:30pm : pole 101

Saturday : 10am-11:15 am : pole 101 or 102

Saturday : 11:45pm-1Pm : pole flex & choreo

Saturday : 1:30pm-2:45pm : transitions & flow

Sunday : 11am-12pm : community yoga

Sunday : 12:30pm-1:45pm : community pole (beginners welcome)

**ALL CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED ONLINE AND YOU MUST COMPLETE A COVID-19 WAIVER FOUND HERE

**PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH CLASS VIA CASH APP, DEBIT / CC CARD OR CASH

First, you should know!

Traction is needed to maximize your pole workout, so please wear SHORTS, TANK TOP and NO body lotions!

Please arrive at least fifteen minutes before class.

If you do not show up for your reserved spot 

it may be given to a standby student.

If you arrive more than 5 min after class has begun, 

you will not be admitted as the doors are locked once class begins. Privacy and safety are important to us!

Introduction to Pole
(New Students)

Exclusively for first time students! We have a new 45 minute class created just for you that will give you a quick and simple workout while breaking down the basic fundamentals of pole fitness. Starting with a 10 minute warm-up focused on dynamic stretching and moving into light conditioning, pole grips, and hold fundamentals. From there, a basic spin to focus on controlling the momentum of your own body!

We end with a 10 minute cool down. You can take as many Intro to Pole classes as you'd like,

but you must take at least 3 or more to move into Pole 101 or with instructor's permission.

Pole 101
(Beginner)

This class prepares all of our new students for our more advanced pole classes while getting a great workout. There is no limit to the amount of 101 classes you can take. Each student will learn basic pole form including climbs, spins, and holds. If you feel comfortable with the Pole 101 movements, please feel free to move into other classes for “Beginners” or “All Levels”. We also suggest taking your 101 classes with multiple instructors. Every instructor has their own style, so each instructor’s Pole 101 class will be different. You may be asked to share a pole in this class.

Pole 102
(Intermediate/Advanced)

Requires at least 3-5 Pole 101 classes or instructors permission. After you have mastered your Pole 101 classes, Pole 102 will focus on expanding and honing basic skills, developing more pole movements, beginning inversion preparations and blending moves together.

Any student who does not will be subject to removal at instructor’s discretion.

 

Pole Flexibility
(All Levels)

This class focuses on stretch movements and splits. It consists of a variety of stretches, mostly off the pole; to help develop range of motion throughout the body while improving your ability to achieve splits and back bends. Flexibility is essential for pole development, so this class is suggested for all students. All levels welcomed. You may be asked to share a pole in this class.

Transitions and Flow
(Intermediate/Advanced)

Tired of practicing individual spins and poses over and over? Shake it up in this aerobic class that focuses on incorporating dance, pole flow and transitional pole movements. Each student will develop pole sequences by learning different mini routines lead by the instructor in each class. 3-5 Pole 101 classes are required before taking this class or instructor’s permission must be obtained prior to day of class.

Any student who does not will be subject to removal at instructor’s discretion.

Pole Choreo 101
(Intermediate)

This is an aerobic class that focuses on incorporating dance movements, flow and transitional movements. Students will learn how to work the floor, which is an integral part of pole dance as a whole, while also learning how to hear rhythm in a song. 3-5 Pole 101 classes are required before signing up or instructor’s permission must be obtained prior to day of practice time. Any student who does not will be subject to removal at instructor’s discretion. All levels welcomed. You may be asked to share a pole in this class.

 

Stiletto Workout
(Intermediate/Advanced)

Ladies, you asked for it, so here it is! Bring in your favorite pair of heels and leg warmers. Get ready show off your sexiness. This class will focus on creativity, floor work and club moves. 3-5 Pole 101 classes are required before signing up or instructor’s permission must be obtained prior to day of practice time. Any student who does not will be subject to removal at instructor’s discretion. Heels are recommended, but optional.

 

Community Yoga
(All Levels)

This class is simply an all levels basic yoga class. It consists of a series of moves, and positions to help with flexibility, balance, control, and body awareness. You will also learn different types of breathing exercises that will help you achieve a better yoga flow. There will also be a short meditation session at the beginning and end of the class. This class is one hour and forty five minutes long due to the integration of meditation.

 

Community Pole
(All Levels)

Similar to pole 101, this class is suitable even for the first time student while also being extremely affordable. It begins with a short warm up, followed by a combination of climbs, sits, spins and holds and finishes with a cool down. You may be asked to share a pole in this class.

 

Open Pole
(Intermediate/Advanced)

This is a supervised hour without instruction for any student to come in and practice skills learned in classes at their own pace.

While instructor on duty will provide spotting, they are not there to teach you so come prepared to work on your own.

3-5 Pole 101 classes are required before signing up or instructor’s permission must be obtained prior to day of practice time.

Any student who does not will be subject to removal at instructor’s discretion.

Many times during your pole classes, you will be sharing a pole with other clients.

We have set up our class size limits to include pole sharing since it allows for us

to keep the cost of our specialized instruction & equipment-based classes low, for you!

DISCLAIMER: No refunds or extensions will be issued on any class passes active or inactive due to personal circumstances. i.e. lateness, personal injury, sickness, travel etc.

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