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There are more than 450 classes in Pole, Floor, and Aerial.
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INTRO to POLE
If you have never tried pole dancing, this is where your journey begins. You will learn the fundamentals of pole dance technique and strength training that will prepare you to join our beginner level classes. We recommend that you take Intro to Pole 3-5 times before moving on. Please wear shorts or pants that can be rolled up to expose the back of your knees. Please note this Training Program does not update or change like the other Programs. These are foundational moves we teach to move on to POLE 1 and will not update until you have moved on to POLE 1.
If you have tried pole dancing before and are comfortable with walking, basic spins and pole crunches then this beginner level pole dance training program is right for you. You will learn how to spin, climb, and move smoothly up, down, and around the pole. This is the level where you will begin to dance in the air for the first time while building the strength you will need to prepare for inverted techniques.
If you feel comfortable with Pole 1 and are ready to invert or you are already performing basic inversions, then this intermediate pole dance training program is right for you. You will continue to learn more advanced climbs, spins, and floor work variations while building the strength and confidence necessary to perfect and advance your inversion technique.
If you feel comfortable with Pole 2 and aerial inversions, then this intermediate-advanced pole dance training program is right for you. Level 3 will bring your abilities to the next level with power spins, more advanced inversions, and challenging holds which involve fewer and/or smaller points of contact. You will learn how to bring all the skills you’ve acquired together to execute both dynamic and fluid aerial combinations.
No equipment at home? No problem! Our Floor training program covers Flexibility, Core and Liquid Motion. These classes are designed to suit all levels. Flex classes teach you proper and safe technique to enhance your flexibility. Core classes will help you build strength and coordination to compliment your pole and aerial practice. Liquid Motion utilizes basic dance theory and sensual movement to build a foundation in floor work.
If you have tried aerial hoop (lyra) before and are comfortable performing unassisted trapeze, straddle and side mounts then this beginner level aerial hoop training program is right for you. If you have tried aerial silk before and are able to perform a basic climb and create foot locks on both sides unassisted in the air then this beginner level aerial silk training program is right for you. You will learn and practice various shapes and poses utilizing the hoop or silk, gradually progressing into fluid aerial sequences.
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