What to Expect in pole class


Pole Pilates: (noun) a form of entertaining gymnastic style fitness in which a scantily dressed aerial artists dances erotically, artistically and posing against a vertically apparatus such as a static or spinning pole on a stage or in a pole dance studio. Heres what to expect during a pole dancing class.

 

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What Really you should expect to Happen during your Pole Dancing Class?

There’s nothing to be afraid of. Classes are slanted more toward a G than an X rating. The dance itself involves performing aerobic moves on a vertical pole including spins and inversions. Arm, leg and ab muscles are used deeply for this, so expect a very thorough workout from your first class. You’ll be taught several moves which will build into a short routine. Traditional classes include warm up, stretching, “pole-time,” and cool down. If practiced consistently over a few months, the benefits you’ll reap include increased strength, muscle tone, suppleness, lost inches, and a healthy dose of sexual self-confidence.

Safety First

Chose your class carefully. The good ones offer a safe, co-ed environment where instruction takes place out of public view. You aren’t going to be doing anything risqué, but there’s a small minority who get a cheap thrill from peering into such classes. Yeah, they’re out there. And no, you most definitely will NOT be required to take your clothes off. Make sure a professional teacher rather than a professional dancer teaches your class. In extreme cases, a Pole Dancing accident can lead to major injuries, such as neck sprains and breaks. It’s essential to be in company of someone with anatomy and physiology training to ensure your safety with every twist, twirl, and inversion.

What Should I Wear?

Thankfully, you won’t be asked to prance around in a sequined thong. Normal workout wear is fine, a tank top and shorts is recommended. Note you will be gripping the pole with your inner thighs, so it’s best to wear what’s comfortable while allowing your skin to be in direct contact with the pole to prevent slippage. If you’re a more advanced student learning inversions, you’ll want to expose more skin to get more traction on the pole. Don’t forget to bring extra layers to the studio too. While waiting for your shot on the pole it can get chilly, and you’ll want to keep those sinewy muscles warm and limber.

Do I Bring My Louboutins?

For beginners, you’ll find most students learn in bare feet or socks. Advanced classes allow heels, but the sturdy-Lucite Cinderella stripper heeled, t-strap variety. Leave the killer patent leather platforms at home.

Is Dewy Skin a “Do?”

One might assume slathering on the Kiehl’s Crème de Corps would add a little shine to their routine. Not so fast. Leave off lotions, oils, or moisturizers of any kind from both your hands and body. You’ll need as much friction as possible to stay on the pole. That said, it’s also a good idea to wipe the pole down before getting your Demi Moore on.

Warm Up!

Because Pole Dancing is an athletic form of dance, you’ll want to be sure your body is warmed up before starting. Your abs, quads and arms deserve special attention. There’s nothing hot about a stiff pole dancer (no pun intended).

It’s Pole Dancing. Not Pole Pouncing.

Don’t jump, pounce, leap, or throw your body at or around the pole. You build momentum for spins by walking around the pole and swinging your outside leg towards it. You pull yourself up onto the pole with your arms and abs. At no point should you be jumping onto it. Banging yourself up isn’t sexy, neither are bruises and Band Aids.

Whether you practice in sweats and sneakers at your nearest gym or in dedicated Pole Dancing studio, you’ll find this exercise to be a fantastic work-out and a fun means of expressing yourself…And if you chose to share your new moves with your man this Valentine’s Day, compete with Lucite platforms and a stretchy, satin, snake dress—more power to you.

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Classes are priced individually or Classes can be purchased in passes packages or monthly memberships. Prices are subject to change due to special sales coupons and giveaways.  To ensure the safety of our students, all students must get instructor approval to progress into the next class. There are no exceptions all new students must take Introduction. An overall assessment and a recital performance is required. Most classes need to be consistently repeated before advancing. Open sessions or Freestyle classes are highly recommended for all students of any level.