This session is designed for the individual that wishes to learn the art of pole and lap dance quickly and consists of one hour intensive training between the instructor and student. This session is highly recommendable as the instructor has time to concentrate on the individual needs of the student.
Each session will start with a warm up and end with a warm down.
- Minimum Age: 18
- This experience is only for one individual and no other participant can be allowed on this experience.
- Please contact us 1 week prior to your session to reconfirm your Date, Time, final numbers and Venue details.
One hour intensive training.
This is a one to one lesson, spectators are not allowed to avoid distraction.
You will need to be able to grip the pole using your bare arms and legs.
- Trainers for warm up and warm down,
- High heeled shoes/ boots for dancing,
- Comfortable clothing such as shorts and vest,
- Knee pads are also useful for floor work.
If your not comfortable wearing heels and/ or shorts it is ok to bring alternatives such as flat shoes/ trainers and/ or leggings.
These sessions are available on Saturdays throughout the year.
London, Cardiff, Blackpool, Bristol, Sheffield, Liverpool, Bournemouth, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds, Brighton, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Newcastle, Reading, Aberdeen, Cambridge, Southampton, Bath, Coventry, Leicester, Newquay, Norwich, Oxford, Torquay, York, Dundee.
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One to One Pole Bar Dancing Lesson: Fascinating Facts
Standard Poles The standard dance pole typically consists of a hollow, steel or brass pole running from floor to ceiling. The diameter is usually around 2 inches, allowing it to be gripped comfortably with one hand.
Home versions are available which may be used for practice or aerobic exercise. Materials include polished stainless steel, chromed steel, and brass. Each material allows for different gripping ability. Polished steel is one of the slickest materials, which provides for a faster, more fluid dance; brass poles provide more friction, allowing for an easier hold with hands or thighs and creating a slow, sensual dance style.
Poles are held in place by using threading to brace them against a ceiling joist. Stationary and rotating versions are available.
Show Poles There are now poles available for use in clubs that provide amazing visual effects, though they cannot support the weight of a pole dancer. These poles are made with clear plastics and contain water, glitter, and special reflective materials which provide amazing effects when used in conjunction with strobe lighting, as well as lighting hidden in their base joists.
A handful of dance studios and gyms are now offering pole dancing alongside the more traditional aerobics and step classes. But can pole dancing successfully shimmy out of its sleazy image of the past and into the mainstream fitness world? Read the whole article from BBC!
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