Beginners

Ten Pole Dance Moves for Beginners [Part 2]

Ten Pole Dance Moves for Beginners [Part 2]
If you’re looking for beginners pole dance moves, you’re in the right place! This video is a follow-up to my previous pole dance beginners moves video here: Pole Dance Moves for Beginners (Playlist) You can work on these pretty spins and climbs along side the ones in my previous video. When I say “pole dance beginner”, I wouldn’t teach these all on your first ever pole lesson,...

 

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Published on: Sep 04 2018   By:    Leave a Comment

Beginners Pole Combo

Beginners Pole Combo
Here’s a fun little beginners combo for you – I hope you like it. The moves in this routine are: Outside step Front hook Elbow pirouette Back hook Leg hook Pirouette Double back hook Closed cross leg fireman Climb Climbing pose Let me know how you get on 😀

 

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Published on: Dec 27 2017   By:    1 Comment

Beginners Pole Dance Routine

Beginners Pole Dance Routine
Here’s a fun little pole dance routine for you which is suitable for beginners. Even if you’re not a beginner, I hope you will enjoy this one. Our pole moves in this routine include: Outside step Pirouette Fireman spin Pirouette Pose Ballet hook Inside hook Leg roll Mini leap Let me know how you get on 😀

 

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Published on: Oct 23 2017   By:    Leave a Comment

Beginners Pole Combo 2

Beginners Pole Combo 2
Here’s another little pole routine for you. This one is suitable for beginners. If you’re not yet climbing, then you can stick to the spins 😀 Here are the moves in this routine: Outside step Chair Pirouette Back hook Log roll Leap Leg switch Back attitude Floor cartwheel Stand Climb – crucifix Forwards crucifix Bow Let me know how you get on with it 😀

 

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Published on: Oct 05 2017   By:    Leave a Comment

What To Expect From Your First Pole Class

What To Expect From Your First Pole Class
This video is aimed at those of you who are thinking of taking a pole class but perhaps haven’t booked onto a course yet. Hopefully this video will help to give you a little more information about your first class. It took me a year to build up the confidence to book my first pole class – and I just wish I had booked when I knew I wanted to try it. Your First Pole Class Each pole studio is...

 

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Published on: May 04 2017   By:    2 Comments

Routine Fun

Routine Fun
Today I wanted to choreograph a routine using beginner moves. I find that I quite often just focus on inverted moves, so it’s really important for me to make sure I have time to work on my routines and beginner moves too. My full routine is to Emperor’s New Clothes by Panic! At The Disco but I left the music off of the video for the clips here.

 

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Published on: Aug 20 2016   By:    Leave a Comment

Don’t Give Up: Climbing the “Beginner’s Mountain” of Pole

Don’t Give Up: Climbing the “Beginner’s Mountain” of Pole
In addition to requiring an extreme level of strength, grace and flexibility, pole requires an absurd amount of bravery. Naturally, you’re going to need a lot of “personal safety bravery”. You realize that your breadth of tricks is going to have to one day increase from the fireman to a bevy of spins, holds and inverted poses. You realize that you’re not always going to be on the ground or...

 

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Published on: Oct 02 2015   By:    Leave a Comment

The Perks Of Being A Pole Dancer

The Perks Of Being A Pole Dancer
Recently my boyfriend was struggling with some DIY in the house. A cable attaching a lamp to the wall wouldn’t budge. I took a look and told him he needed to loosen the screw on the side of the attachment, just like I would do on my pole to change from spin to static mode or to dismantle one of the joints. He looked at me skeptically. “Yup, I know that ‘cause of pole dancing!” It made me realise...

 

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Published on: Apr 09 2014   By:    22 Comments

8 Things That You Didn’t Know Before Entering A Pole Dance Class

8 Things That You Didn’t Know Before Entering A Pole Dance Class
Where I live, people know almost nothing about pole dancing. That’s why my dad nearly fainted when I told him I’d go to the pole dancing studio. He called me a stripper and wanted to lock me at home and never to let out this “shame of the family”. Fortunately, I was over 18 and nothing could stop me. Although I had seen several videos on YouTube and knew that pole dancing was a hard sport,...

 

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Published on: Feb 27 2014   By:    10 Comments

What I Would Have Done

What I Would Have Done
When I started pole dancing there wasn’t much in the way of instruction, regulation or available help where I’m from. Most of what I learned was simple trial & error. Eventually I went through Vertical Dance’s certification process and became an instructor to help others find their pole way. Now-a-days there are quite a few things I drill into my clients regarding progression,...

 

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Published on: Sep 22 2013   By:    4 Comments
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