$49 for a Four-Week Stiletto Dance Workshop at Room to Move Dance and Fitness Inc. ($112 Value)

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This four-week program covers several styles of seductive dance and integrates chairs, poles, and props

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$49 for a Four-Week Stiletto Dance Workshop ($112 Value)

Teachers model seductive dance moves as students emulate the steps and gain confidence performing seductive dances with chairs, poles, and other props. The four-week program covers styles such as burlesque and psuedo strip tease, incorporating pole dancing and sensual movement. Students should feel free to bring stilettos, a button-up shirt and tie, and a soft blanket.

Room to Move Dance and Fitness Inc.

As a pole-dancing student, Diana Watson didn't let the steel rods in her spine—put there to counteract her scoliosis—slow her down. When she heard that the classes she attended were in danger of ceasing, she signed her name on the studio lease, bought its pole equipment, and settled into the role of owner. Today, she urges all of her staff and students at Room to Move Dance and Fitness Inc. to challenge themselves similarly, whether they are mastering a basic spin or trying a pole inversion for the first time.

Both during and outside of classes, Diana and her instructors foster a sense of community in the space. They keep their pupils up to date on events such as parades and workshops, and solicit suggestions for future class offerings. On the studio's "graffitness wall," guests can post memories, ask questions, and mark off the increasing height of their high kicks for others to see. The tight-knit network welcomes newcomers of all builds and abilities, leading them through boot-camp routines, Zumba steps, and pole transitions with the same judgment-free attitude.