As a beginner, you're welcome to join any of our Level 1 sessions, Chair Burlesque or Floorplay, or drop into an Open Pole class.
No. We offer many different pole classes ensuring you can make it in at least once per week. Even if you don't see your level on the schedule, we can likely fit you into another night. Most of our levels are mixed for this very reason. Our instructors are trained to work with everyone accordingly. Also, don't forget that with a membership you can enjoy unlimited access to the pole and suspension yoga.
Great! You can attend an open pole class or intermediate/advanced class and we can assess where you would fit within our levels. Please keep in mind, if your training was more than a couple of months ago or longer, it will take time to get back to where you were, and that's okay. We can get you there! Feel free to call or e-mail in advance so we can discuss your previous training and what your current goals may be.
Absolutely. We understand life happens and these classes are meant to be fun, not add to your stress. If you have to miss a class or more for any reason you can make up for your lost time during our open pole class time. Please call or text us to sign up for these classes and participate. Our instructors will work with you and guide you through the movements ensuring your safety and confidence in all the moves before continuing on.
Yes. We highly encourage you to attend a few classes per week if your goals are weight loss, toning, increased endurance or other personal reasons. With a studio membership you can attend your weekly session, open pole, suspension yoga classes or chair burlesque.
Yes. Our instructors are qualified to work with each student individually and give you any extra assistance you may need to fit right in and learn the necessary skills to safely carry out the required skills within your current level. Most of our regularly scheduled classes are mixed level as a result, so find which class night and time works best for you!
Shorts are the preferred attire, but if you're a little shy, you're welcome to wear yoga pants, but you should be able to roll them above your knees. Shoes aren't required but socks are sometimes helpful. Please bring water as well and refrain from applying any sunscreens, oils or lotions to your hands or body up to 12 hours prior to your class as this could hinder your ability to grip the pole safely. Also, it's important to leave your rings at home as you'll be asked to remove them in the studio.
This is the most common question, and I get it, but these are fitness classes designed for the everyday woman. This program has been redeveloped time and again over a 15 year span to suit anyone at any age, weight or fitness level. We start with very basic movements around the pole and format the sessions to advance progressively as your strength increases, which it inevitably will. We have witnessed it time and time again, and we know anyone can do this! Some students have repeated levels in order to progress with confidence and that's always an option to you. Also, adding Open Pole classes or our suspension yoga classes to your weekly routine will benefit you greatly! You'll get fit, and you'll also have fun doing it and everyone will be cheering you on!