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.
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.
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.
I want to share my favourite basic upside down pole moves with you all. When I say “basic”, what I really mean is that these are the initial inverts I teach when people are going upside down on the pole for the first time. Of course there are tons of other moves I teach in between as well!
We all know that we love the Superman. For me it was always a move to judge other moves by: ‘Is it easier or harder than a Superman?’ ‘Is it more painful than a Superman?’ The more I do it, the more variations, transitions and combinations I find. It’s brilliant! I like to teach the […]
I have some tips to help you master your shoulder mount. Whether you love them or hate them, shoulder mount moves and tricks are really key moves on the pole.