After crocodators, poor fitness is the number one cause of the night-scaries. With today's Groupon, turn the nightmare where you end up bare-bellied in biology class into a dream of goddess-like energy and strong snake-charming abs: for $20, you get a 90-minute Teaser pole-dance-inspired class at Tease Dance and Fitness (a $40 value), located in Naperville.
Tease Dance and Fitness, a women’s only studio, provides a welcoming, supportive environment for ladies of all ages and abilities to let loose, rock out, and indulge in adventurous aspirations. During the 90-minute Teaser class, enthusiastic instructors will lead a small group of females through a range of relaxing sways, as well as a gamut of clothes-on, faster-paced rhythmic movements, including preliminary work in the realm of pole dancing, the studio's specialty. A favorite exercise of telephone-line repairmen, fire fighters, and skyscraper iron workers, pole dance provides a challenging yet approachable full-body workouts for all adult clients. You’ll battle blood pressure with the power of dance, whirling away stress and weight like a flank steak in a clothes dryer. Classes at Tease are a perfect way to spicy up your exercise routine or surprise significant others with a fun and exciting activity that's way better than making them up like a clown while they are sleeping. In the interest of uninhibited empowerment and keeping out nyctophobic phantasms, all classes are held in a dim candlelit setting
Currently, Teaser classes are scheduled for mornings, afternoons, and evenings throughout the week. Before signing up and swinging through, feel free to check out the FAQ page online. If you decide to enroll in the eight-week session after your first Teaser class, you can use your Groupon to get $20 off the price of that package.
Appointments must be made through SpaBooker and are subject to availability. Cancellations require at least a 24-hour notice or the Groupon is forfeited.
Tease Dance and Fitness was featured on the Chicago Tribune's TribLocal.com in July.
Tease Dance and Fitness
Kristin was nervous before her first pole-dancing class. Sure, she’d spent years as a fitness specialist with a background in classical dance, but she was also working as the volunteer director at her church. What would people think? At her first turn around the pole, however, her fears vanished. “I felt like a goddess and an acrobat,” she says.
Today, Kristin is a certified pole instructor, a master trainer for Pole Move, Inc, and a member of the Pole Fitness Association. Inside her 3,400-square-foot studio, she works alongside 16 PFA-certified instructors to teach women body acceptance through pole dancing. More than 3,000 female students so far have sampled the studio's liberating, confidence-boosting classes. There's a broad selection of class types, including eight stages of pole dancing, burlesque, aerobic classes, core conditioning, aerial silks, and aerial yoga. Each class caps attendance at 10 students to ensure instructors know everyone’s name and favorite sandwich, and that they can keep an eye out for safety and technique.