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Brand new to pole? Learn the foundations and start your pole journey here. This level is thoughtfully designed for beginners who do not have any pole dance experience. Spin, climb, and let loose :).
Prerequisite: None
Attire: Workout shorts, and a comfortable workout top. Socks are recommended if you do not have heels.


New to pole and want to learn all things exotic flow first? This is a great addition to the BEGINNER FOUNDATION classes, which are more trick-based. Warm up with exotic floorwork, then strap your heels on! Learn how to crawl, slink, walk, flow, body wave and heel clack! This class takes the time to teach the “how” of all things flow to lead your through the choreography classes with ease!
Prerequisite: None
Attire: Workout shorts, and a comfortable workout top. Socks are recommended if you do not have heels.


You’ve taken Beginner Foundations and are ready to level up. Fly up on the pole with beautiful aerial tricks and start dancing your way through your moves. High beginner to low intermediate.
Prerequisite: Must be able to securely climb on both static/spin, and do BEGINNER FOUNDATIONS spins.


Already aerial inverting? We also offer our advanced level tricks and curriculum here!
Prerequisite: You must be able to consistently climb, spin, invert. Climbs & Inverts experience required (that class is where you will learn how to invert)


Learn to flip your skills upside down with inverts, and practice a variety of climbs and inverted tricks! This class complements with all of our other class levels.
Prerequisite: None
Attire: shorts required


Are you starting to take our BEGINNER FOUNDATIONS and/or BEGINNER SEXY FLOW classes? Add on our Pole Choreography classes. Learn routines that blend all aspects of pole dancing and sexy floorwork. Feel confident and empowered with our unique choreography. Dance your way through!
Prerequisite: must be comfortable with pirouettes and spins from BEGINNER FOUNDATIONS.
Attire: In addition to leggings/shorts and heels, we strongly recommended kneepads.


More intermediate level tricks are in our combos, such as shoulder balances, rolls, inverts, and intricate low flow sequences. Create a seamless performance.
Prerequisite: Must be proficient in BEGINNER CHOREOGRAPHY and have BASEWORK MOVES class experience, or the equivalent if you have prior pole experience outside of our classes.
Attire: In addition to leggings/shorts and heels, we strongly recommended kneepads.

BASEWORK MOVES (all levels)

Polish up your low flow skills with this elements class. Improve your basework tricks and floor-level moves such as thread throughs, direction and level changes, and hand balances. Learn how to create your own low flow.
Prerequisite: None, however at least BEGINNER FOUNDATIONS experience is recommended.
Attire: In addition to leggings/shorts and heels, we strongly recommended kneepads.

CONTEMPORARY POLE (adv. beginner and up)

Connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements. Contemporary is expressive – it combines elements of several classical dance genres for storytelling. Contemporary Pole includes phrase work, guided improv, and dance conditioning for a incredibly different way to pole dance!
Prerequisite: must have at least 1-2 months of BEGINNER FOUNDATIONS experience
Attire: In addition to leggings/shorts and socks/barefoot, we strongly recommended kneepads.


Boost mobility and get dancer-flexibility. Stretch and prep your body for pole! Use this class to help lengthen your entire body for pole, and at the same time stretch to gain better flexibility.
Prerequisite: None


Flexibility training in action! Meticulously pulling from modern dance, yoga, and active flexibility training, this class is anything but conventional. Best of all, you will be working directly towards your flexibility goals the entire time.
Prerequisite: None


Amp up your pole workouts with learning how to flip your skills upside down with the basic inverts – laybacks, outside/inside leg hangs, caterpillars, and aerial inverts. Increase your endurance with longer combinations, and learning how to freedance. Spins such as the body spiral, blind hand grab, and the chair spin increase coordination, flexibility, and body strength.


Continuously build strength to prep you on learning how to properly invert. Fundamentals of different types of climbs and beginner pole combinations will help you build the coordination and comfortability of freedancing.


We recommend at least 6-8 weeks of Beginner level practice. To be able to move into Intermediate classes, you must be able to perform the following:

  • climb to the top
  • levitation pose
  • fireman spin
  • back hook spin
  • pirouette

Next Classes



Advanced focuses on the following aspects:
– handspring introduction and progressions
– more acrobatic pole tricks adding to your Advanced foundations.
– body stylizing technique and finessing transitions
– freedance and athletic performance coaching

Now that you have increased both your pole strength and endurance, take it to the next level with more pole tricks that will help you stay more aerial on the pole for a longer period of time.

Advanced Foundations taught: Superman, Ayesha, Butterfly, Jade, Cupid, Shoulder Mounts, Circus Climb.

Once you have learned these advanced foundations, higher level tricks that build on top of these skill sets will be introduced.


You must be able to perform these required Intermediate moves:

  • side climb
  • aerial invert
  • outside and inside leg hangs
  • blind hand grab spin
  • apprentice hold
  • helicopter

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