Pole Dancing Classes: Tricks & Techniques

If you are a new or beginner pole dancer, we ask that you complete Beginner Pole Dance: 4 Week Series or a minimum of 6 Pole Dance Fundamental classes before moving on to our more advanced classes. Some students may require more time to build strength and establish their comfort level with the pole. That’s ok!! You may repeat the same level as often as you like.


4 Week Series

  • Beginner Pole Dance

    Skill Level 1: No Experience Required
    In Beginner Pole Dance, you will learn beginner spins, climbs, and standing techniques with the static and spin pole.

  • Heels & Flows

    Skill Level 2: Late Beginner – Intermediate
    In Heels & Flows, you will learn how to pole dance in heels. This course focuses on heel techniques and aesthetic to create seamless transitions and fluid leg movements with the pole and on the floor.

    There is a functional benefit to wearing heels while dancing. Heel work originated in strip clubs, and the shoe is symbolic of strip culture. As always, we ask you to be respectful of strippers and the profession.

  • Pole Dance Inversions

    Skill Level 2: Late Beginner – Intermediate
    In Pole Dance Inversions, you will learn how to get upside down. This course focuses on beginner inverted techniques and dismounts (i.e. basic invert, cross knee/ankle release, and leg hangs).

  • Pole Dance Choreography

    Skill Level 3: Intermediate – Advanced
    In Pole Dance Choreography, you will learn a full-length dance choreography to a song on the static or spin pole.


Group Classes

  • Pole Dance Fundamentals

    Skill Level 1: No Experience Required
    In Pole Dance Fundamentals, you will learn beginner spins, climbs, and standing techniques with the static pole.

  • Spin Pole Techniques

    Skill Level 2: Late Beginner and Above
    In Spin Pole Techniques, you will learn how to control and work with the spin as you climb and create shapes on the spinning pole.

  • Open Pole Practice

    Skill Level 2: Late Beginner and Above
    Open Pole is your opportunity to practice the moves and combinations from class on the static or spin pole. A formal lesson is NOT provided, so prior experience is required.

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2021/06/23