There are so many pole dance moves that come from an outside leg hang. Naturally, if you get really confident in your outside leg hang, then the moves you add onto it will come much more easily! In this video, I’m going to share three simple pole dance tips with you to help you get your outside leg hang.
Learn to confidently get your Brass Monkey on the pole with these three essential tips. The Brass Monkey pole dance move is one of my favourite ways to transition into so many other cool pole moves such as…
Today I want to share three tips to help you feel stronger in your Extended Butterfly pole move. Before you try this pole dance move, make sure you have a really strong Butterfly!
I love the plank hold as a pole move which can lead to so many other moves on the pole! In this video, I’m going to share three of my favourite tips to help you get your plank on the pole.
Learn how to perform the Ayesha pole dance move with our step-by-step video tutorial. Master your Ayesha with these pole tips and video instructions.
Learn how to perform a superman on the pole. I’ll teach you how to master your superman pole dance move from a side climb. Follow the video tutorial.
Invert on the pole placing your outside foot over the front and your inside foot behind the pole. You can pass through a V Invert if you want, but need to end up with your legs on the pole as in a basic invert. Keep your outside hand where it is on the pole, and […]
Go into a basic invert on the pole. Take your body around the pole getting it straight as if going into a Crucifix. Reach towards the ground and while keeping your arms straight and place both hands on the floor. Hands should be in line with your shoulders, and arms by your ears. Take your […]
This pole dance tutorial will show you how to get into your Extended Butterfly move. Learn the tips and tricks to make your Extended Butterfly stronger.
Go into a basic invert on the pole. Place your inside arm low on the pole and use it to push up to get your inside stomach on the pole. Start to lower your bottom until your torso is parallel to the ground. Keep your bottom arm straight. When secure, take your back (inside) leg off of the pole