Do I need to be fit, strong, skinny, young?
There are so many misconceptions about Pole Fitness, and a lot of them are based on your body type. We have students of all ages, weight range and experience come into our studio. Our classes are specially designed by our qualified PT and Pole Instructor Kylie to build strength over time, so everybody can enjoy them. We even have kids classes! Our students are always encouraged, but never forced to do anything they don’t feel comfortable with.
Do I have to wear booty shorts or heels?
Absolutely not! You will need to have some skin exposed to stick to the pole, but that does not mean you have to wear booty shorts. While we love to see our students flaunting themselves confidently, we understand that encouraging body positivity, means encouraging our students to be comfortable at all times, no matter what they’re wearing! So, whether you prefer to wear bike shorts and a t-shirt, or booty shorts and a sports bra, we support you! Heels are always optional, and most of our classes are done barefoot.
Do you offer payment plans?
We have a few different payment options. You can pay for your entire course up front, and we offer different membership plans for courses, casuals or both. Click here to view our membership packages.
Courses and casuals? Spin and static? What does it all mean?
Our poles can be locked in place so that they’re stationary (static) or be unlocked so that they spin. This creates two different environments, and two different types of technique and tricks, therefore needing two separate classes. Spin classes usually involve tricks that you hold in place while the pole spins around, and static classes involve tricks in which you maneuver yourself around the stationary pole.
Casual classes are for all levels to join and are conducted weekly, but no commitment is required for these classes. You can join as many or as little as you like, and you can decide each week whether you want to join a casual session.
Our courses are an 8 week term of weekly classes based on the skill level you are at. You come to class every week for the term, and you will move on to the next level when you gain the skill and abilities in your current level. If you need to miss a class or have something come up, you can usually take a “make-up” class so that you fit back into schedule.