In this video, I show eight of my favourite pole moves to get into from a Figurehead. If you saw my recent “Entries into a Figurehead” video, this is the next in the series, showing which moves you could think about trying once you have mastered the Figurehead pole move.
Here’s the first of three videos I’ve filmed to help you with different ways into and out of your Figurehead. This first video focuses on entries into the figurehead.
As you progress with your journey on the pole, achieving your Butterfly opens up a whole world of exciting new moves and pole combos!
If you’ve ever been in the middle of choreographing a pole routine/combo, and wondered what to do next after nailing your Superman, this will hopefully help!
I love to train my Shoulder Mount! When I look back, I remember it being a move that took me a little while to get, but now it feels strong and has opened-up a world of cool moves and combos.
I’m sure over the coming weeks and months, I’ll find lots of cool new moves on the LyraPole to work on, and share with you all, but for now I’m just super excited to play with my new piece of equipment at the studio, along with my poles, aerial hoops and silks.
I’ve recently realised just how many fun and different ways there are to get upside down on the pole, and wanted to share some with you!
When I say pole dance beginner, I wouldn’t teach these all on your first ever pole lesson. There are pole moves you’ll learn in but more so in the first few weeks and months of pole dancing.
I paid for the platinum package of OpenDance Academy myself. I have not been asked to write this review, and they’re not paying me to do so. I do have an affiliate link for OpenDance Academy if you choose to use it, but I am writing this honest review so you know what you’ll be getting on the inside of their programme.
There are so many amazing pole seat moves out there, so I want to share some of my favourites with you. Some of these are relatively beginner pole dance moves, while others are more intermediate. For some of these pole dance moves you can go into them from a ‘basic seat’ where as others like a side seat or martini seat need to be tried from a different position on the pole.