This could easily be my iPhone! Yet again Leen Isabel has nailed it 🙂
This is a very familiar scene! I’m sure it’s happened to most of us in class at some point 🙂 If you haven’t checked Leen Isabel’s wonderful pole cartoons out yet, do so here: PoleDancingAdventures
I love this cartoon from Leen Isabel! If you haven’t checked out her artwork at PoleDancingAdventures.com be sure to visit 🙂 Many of us will have made this mistake before, or worse shared a pole with a student who has unwittingly applied lotion! As Leen says in the caption over on her site: “When I […]
As most of you will know, I love Leen Isabel’s pole dance cartoons! Leen describes the Dragon’s Tail move: “This pose is kuh-razy. It’s like a Jade, a Handspring and some major shoulder flexibility had one mad monster baby…”
I love this simple cartoon from Leen Isabel! Since I started on the pole, I’ve never been able to view a potential new home in the same way… I’m sure I’m not the only one 🙂
As Leen Isabel says in the pole cartoon above, pole bruises tell us that we’ve been working hard. Even more than that, we can even tell what you’ve been working hard on!
If you love Leen Isabel‘s pole cartoons like we do, you’ll love this simple tip for your next pole competition 🙂 “It’s your first performance. Your tricks are perfect and you’ve practiced for hours! You can’t wait to show off your routine…” Read More Check out Leen’s Kickstarter Campaign!
Have you been in a situation similar to the one in Leen Isabel’s latest pole cartoon…? I know I have! What do you normally say when your pole bruises attract attention?!
I find the ability to smile through a dance difficult since I’m not at all a natural performer. The idea that I have to smile while contorting my body several feet off the ground is near next to impossible. However, I always feel a bit disappointed when…
We’ve probably all done it…! Leen Isabel perfectly depicts the moment when you accidentally attack your friend as they offer you a helping hand on the pole. The hazards of being a spotter 🙂