Originally, the term pole dancer referred to an Arctic explorer doing the jitterbug for warmth. Heat up the fitness studio with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $12 for 1 pole-dancing or aerial class (a $30 value)
- $38 for 5 pole-dancing or aerial classes (a $100 value)
- $64 for 10 pole-dancing or aerial classes (a $180 value)
- $99 for a private Pole 101 lesson for five guests (a $275 value)<p>
Guests can mix and match pole-dancing and aerial classes, including Pole Level 1, Aerial Hoop 101, Pole Fitness, and Pole Choreography. Hands master fundamental grips and spins in Pole Levels 1-5, and Aerial Hoop 101 perches guests atop a suspended ring—or lyra—to practice mounting, upper- and lower-knee hangs, spins, and breathing while upside-down. Pole Fit tones both limbs and torsos with nondance moves, and Pole Choreography outlines sinuous transitions between pole and floor work for gaze-grabbing routines. A limit of 10 students ensures that instructors can bestow corrective tips upon each attendee.<p>
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Brass Ovaries Pole Dancing a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.<p>
Brass Ovaries' instructors duel gravity with classes, parties, and performances set in a multifunctional aerial arts studio, which garnered the 2010–2011 title of Best Pole Studio in North America's South/Southeast Region from Pole Dance International magazine. An expert staff welcomes physiques of every gender, build, and fitness level to swoop into their seemingly weightless techniques. Courses focus on basic to advanced pole tricks as well as the hangs and twirls of the lyra, and high-heel fitness classes increase endurance for upcoming stiletto marathons.
The studio's title also refers to the name of their vertical performing group, the Brass Ovaries, headed by lead instructor Miss Natasha. The troupe and their educational programs have earned the studio multiple press mentions that highlight the empowering effects of pole mastery, such as enhanced self-esteem and the ability to reach the second floor of a fire station.
4809 S Congress Ave.
Austin, Texas 78745