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Try it, you might like it!
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This is just a one-off lesson and would suit anyone who is just curious and not quite ready to commit to a full course. It will give you a good idea about what is involved and what pole dancing is all about!
We hold a FREE taster session every month at our studio in Chester, to enable you to try before you buy. Keep an eye on our calendar, or to keep informed about when we will hold our next free open day event, please join our mailing list.
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For complete beginners with no prior strength or pole training. The course is one hour a week for eight weeks. In the first 4 weeks you will learn: Spins, Poses, Transitions, Floor work, and Climbing.
By weeks 4/5 is where you start to get noticeably stronger, and see subtle muscle tone changes. So we up the anti by giving you more demanding spins and exercises, sitting (ON the pole!), standing and preparing you for inverting (going upside down). We aim to get you aerial by lesson 8 and we are yet to fail at this!
All classes start with a basic warm up and stretches, and end with cooling down stretches. Group classes are small, only 9 per class, and as our Chester classes are very popular, places go to the first people to pay for them.
Pre-Requisites: Beginner level + Strength & Technique level (or similar, if you have come from another school).
Suitable for Beginner-Intermediate level students as more upper body strength and pole confidence is required. The course is one hour a week for eight weeks.
We start this course with some more difficult spins, poses, various seated and laying back tricks, climbing and basic inverted moves.
By weeks 4/5 is where it gets a bit tougher. Since Beginner level, we have built up your strength for this bit so you will be able to cope with what comes next … Inverting, Aerial tricks, Dismounts. We will also take your shoulder mount from the preparation stage (which was included in Level 1) one step further. We also begin work on the handspring by the end of this course.
It’s totally OK to repeat this course if you’re not totally confident by the end, some will, some won’t need to – there’s no hard-fast rules, take it at YOUR pace!
Pre-Requisites: Beginner + Strength + Improver + Strength (or similar if you have come from another school).
Congratulations! You’re entering the realm of seriousness and feeling pretty impressed – But you’re not ready to hang upside down off one toe just yet!
This 8 week course is designed to help you gain confidence in being upside down, spending time at mid-pole height, refining your technique and making sure your leg/hip/arm locks are secure, trying a couple of basic combinations, working on the weaker side, dead lifting and making it all look natural! This is also a great level to return to, if you’ve had a bit of a pole break and were previously at Intermediate standard, and saves you having to shell out un-necessarily.
By the end of this course, your ears will be ringing with the sound of my voice screaming ‘Lift woman! Butt higher! Hold it! Exit nicely!’ – but you will move like a butterfly and have the precision of a pole ninja!
Most students will need to do this course twice before moving on to the Advanced level as the spectrum of moves that are considered ‘Intermediate’ are almost endless!