Pole Dancing Classes: Tricks & Techniques

At Electric Daisy Fitness, our exercise classes are designed to focus on specific pole dance elements, so you can decide what you practice week to week. Regressions and progressions will be offered in every class to accommodate a range of skill levels. All classes start with a dynamic warm-up and conditioning drills to prepare your body for exercise and pole work.

Never taken a pole dance class before? Start with Pole Dance Fundamentals to learn basic movement patterns, proper alignment, and balanced muscle development. Pole Dance Fundamentals is also recommended for students with less than 8 weeks of pole dance training, or who have practiced inconsistently.

  • Pole Dance Fundamentals

    Pole Dance Fundamentals is your introduction to pole dance. This class is geared toward students with little to no pole dance experience, or any dancer looking to refresh their knowledge of basic techniques. In Pole Dance Fundamentals, you will learn foundational poses, walks, floorwork, spins and more with the static pole.

    Repeat this class as often as you like! If you are a beginner pole dancer, we ask that you complete a minimum of 4 Pole Dance Fundamental classes before moving on to our more advanced courses.

  • Pole Dance Spins & Flows

    In Pole Dance Spins & Flows, you will learn how to move fluidly with and around the pole. The instructor will teach a combination of progressive spins, low flows, and floorwork. This class will build on the techniques established in Pole Dance Fundamentals, and is open to all dancers with prior pole dance experience and instructor approval.

  • Pole Dance Inversions & Tricks

    In Pole Dance Inversions & Tricks, you will learn how to safely climb, invert and transition into and out of a range of tricks up on the pole. This class will build on the techniques established in Pole Dance Fundamentals, and is open to all dancers with prior pole dance experience and instructor approval.

Want more time to breakdown a movement? Determined to get into a new inversion? We also offer one-on-one, private pole dance training sessions.

Additional Workout Options

At our studio, we encourage you to develop a well-rounded exercise routine. While all pole dance classes include stretching and toning of the body, we also offer a targeted group exercise class to help you reach your specific wellness goals, prevent injury and correct imbalances off the pole.

  • Mat Work: Core Strength & Mobility

    Build strength and flexibility off of the pole in Mat Work: Core Strength & Mobility. Using Pilates principles, this mat class focuses on strengthening the muscles in and around the core – the abdominals, back and hips – and stretching the common tight areas of the body. Exercise equipment and props may be used to add challenge and variety to the workout. This class is open to all students.

2019/02/18