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What is Electric Daisy Fitness?
Electric Daisy Fitness is a pole dance studio with a focus on sensual movement and strong techniques. Visit the About page to learn more about our studio.
Where are you located?
Our studio is located on Delaware Ave in the Town of Tonawanda. The studio’s main entrance is parallel to Delaware Ave, a few doors down from Art of Glass and Allstate. There is plenty of on-site parking, but please enter through the studio’s front entrance. All other doors into the studio will be locked.
When are you open?
We offer classes and appointment times by reservation only from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM Tuesday through Thursday, 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM Saturday, and 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM Sunday.
Do you have a changing room or bathroom?
No, we do not have a changing room, so please arrive dressed and ready to workout. The bathroom is for emergency use only, as it is not located directly within the studio.
Do you offer pole parties?
We are not booking large groups or parties at this time due to COVID Restrictions, but can accommodate small groups up to 4 participants.
Do you have spin poles?
Yes! Our studio has 45 mm chrome and stainless steel X-Pole dancing poles that can be locked or set to spin.
What is pole fitness, and where did it come from?
Pole “fitness” is another name for pole dancing that is performed in a studio or gym setting, and emphasizes the physical benefits of pole. Pole dancing originated in strip clubs, and was first introduced to the public as a viable workout in the 90s. Today, pole dancing is performed in strip clubs, dance studios, festivals and competitions worldwide. But if you enjoy pole as a recreational activity (especially dancing in heels), please respect the profession and support those that continue to put in the work to shape our dance in the clubs.
Is pole dancing really a sport?
Yes! Pole dancing and the International Pole Sports Federation (IPSF) was recognized as an official sport when it received “observer status” for the Olympics Games by the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) in 2017. They describe pole as a performance sport combining dance and acrobatics on a vertical pole, requiring (1) great physical and mental exertion, strength and endurance to lift, hold and spin the body, and (2) flexibility to contort, pose, demonstrate lines and execute techniques.
At Electric Daisy Fitness, we believe pole dancing is work, performance art, and a competitive sport, and ALL forms of pole dancing are beautiful and acceptable.
What do I wear to pole class?
Always be yourself and dress to your level of comfort. Know this: Skin grips the pole, fabric will slide. The more skin we have exposed, the better we can grip the pole. Shorts, tank tops, or layered clothing are recommended. Please remove ALL jewelry, and do not wear clothing with metal details. Knee pads, leg warmers or long socks are recommended for classes with floor work, like Pole Dance Choreography and Heel Techniques.
Can I wear heels?
Heels may be worn with instructor approval during practice time (if any), or when specified in the class description, but are worn at your own risk. Pole heels, like Pleaser or Ellie brands, are the only kind of heels allowed in our studio. Please no street shoes or heels with metal details.
Do I need to bring anything to class?
Please bring water to stay hydrated. While we have yoga mats available at the studio, you may bring your own yoga mat for the warm-up.
Who can participate?
At Electric Daisy Fitness, you must be 18 years of age or older to participate in group classes and private appointments. Pole dancing is for all shapes, sizes, and genders, however. We do advise you to talk to a medical professional before starting this or any fitness routine. As always, listen to your body to ensure that the activities are not harmful to any injuries or medical conditions, past and/or present.
Do I need to be fit or have previous dance experience?
No! Classes are designed to accommodate a range of skill and fitness levels. However, if you have never taken a pole dance class before, please complete our Beginner Pole Dance: 4 Week Series or repeat Pole Dance Fundamentals at least 6 times before moving on to more advanced classes. Everyone will progress at their own rate, so you are welcome and encouraged to repeat Fundamentals more than 6 times, if needed.
I’m under 18 years old, can I attend class if I’m accompanied by an adult or have a parent/guardian signature?
No. While children’s pole programs do exist, this is not an offering at Electric Daisy Fitness. You must be 18 years of age or older to visit.
I’m pregnant, can I participate in pole classes?
We want you and baby to be safe and healthy. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends avoiding high risk activities that may result in a fall, while pregnant. At this time, our studio does not recommend starting pole fitness if you are pregnant. Please talk to your doctor about safe pre- and post-natal exercises and activities.
Can men take pole classes?
Yes. Men can participate in pole dance classes and appointments at our studio, too!
Do I need to sign up in advance?
Yes! All classes and appointments must be booked in advance; no walk-ins.
How do I sign up for classes?
To purchase and book classes, please visit our Class Schedule page. For private individual or group appointments, please visit our Book an Appointment page. Our studio uses MINDBODY booking software. You will be asked to create an account, if you do not have one already.
What does Waitlist Only mean under the Class Description?
If you see Waitlist Only with an option to book the class on the online scheduler, this means that the class is full, but you can choose to buy and book a spot on the Waitlist. If someone drops out of the class, you will be moved from the Waitlist to the class. You must have an active class on file to be on the Waitlist.
I’m on the Waitlist, How Do I Know Whether to Come to Class?
If you are on the waitlist and a spot becomes available, you will be contacted by text and/or email to let you know that you’ve been added to the class, and to confirm whether or not you can still attend. Please do not show up to the studio unless you are notified.
What Happens if I Don’t Get Moved into Class from the Waitlist?
If the class remains full and you aren’t moved into the official roster, you still have 3 months from purchase to use your Class Pass on an upcoming class.
I have a Class Pass on File, Can I Apply it to a 4 Week Series?
No, our 4 Week Series has separate pricing and enrollment from our weekly Group Classes. Class Passes can only be used on the available weekly classes.
How much are classes?
We offer several pricing options per service. Please go to our Pricing page for details.
Is the price for a private group appointment per person or the total cost?
The price listed for a private group lesson is the total cost for the entire group.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept all major debit and credit cards. While we do accept cash in studio, all reservations (classes and appointments) must be purchased in advance.
I received a gift card, how can I redeem it?
A prepaid gift card to Electric Daisy Fitness that was purchased online, can be used for purchases online on MINDBODY, in the MINDBODY Mobile App, or in person at the studio.
What is the difference between a Single Class Pass/Appointment and Monthly Package?
We offer multiple booking options to fit a range of needs. Class Passes and Appointments can be purchased individually, and may be used within 3 months from purchase. Monthly Packages with Auto-Pay are recurring monthly payments; you have 1 month from the billing date to use your specified class or appointment allowance.
Do you offer refunds?
All sales are final. We do not offer refunds. View our Studio Policies page for more info.