Four or Eight Beginner Pole-Dancing Classes at Athens Vertical Pole Dance Academy (Up to 76% Off)
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Aerial dancers help students progress from basic to more advanced pole-dancing poses and techniques
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Choose Between Two Options
$20 for four beginner pole-dancing classes (an $80 value)
$39 for eight beginner pole-dancing classes (a $160 value)
Starting at the beginner 101 level, students can progress through more complex pole-dancing moves and techniques in the 201- and 301-level classes. Each class series lasts nine weeks.
Athens Vertical Pole Dance Academy
The athletic instructors at Athens Vertical Pole Dance Academy draw from backgrounds in aerial dance as they dispel common notions about pole dance through classes, workshops, and performances. They teach open-ended sensual and circus techniques to males and females inside a studio, where two 9-foot and two 14-foot spinning poles let students hone their strength, balance, and flexibility. Instructors reserve an impressive 24-foot static pole for special performances. Above the cushioned floor, stereo and theatrical lighting systems and a ballet bar let visitors warm up for dance performances or avant-garde staged readings of Charles Dickens' stories.
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