In the past I’ve had a lot of requests to teach children – so far ranging from 8 upwards. So far they’ve all wanted to learn pole specifically. Sometimes the parents want to learn with them, other times it’s just the child wanting to participate.
You may have seen a few videos of people using resistance bands to help them with their pole work. I never really understood how useful resistance bands were until I started using them.
My approach to pole training is probably somewhat different to most people – I say ‘probably’ as I always take a cup of tea (and lots of water) up to the pole room with me. 🙂 I have a few habits that help me get through even the most painful training sessions. Some are probably […]
I’m currently writing a post about what is ‘normal’ for a pole class. Chances are you may have been to only one pole school and stayed there, which is great 😀 The difficulty comes when you don’t know what should and shouldn’t be done, or happen in a class. I’ve been in a class (as both […]
Let’s face it – on the pole we tend to have one side that we prefer to use – it’s usually stronger and more coordinated… And then we have our ‘bad side’. This tends to be the weaker arm or leg – we have less control of it and for some reason we just don’t […]
When I first started taking pole dancing lessons, I was amazed by my instructor and everything that she did! She always wore amazing high heels, leg warmers, little skirts and was the perfect shape. I was always so inspired by her. Every move was performed with skill, grace and ease and I just wanted to […]