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
- $14 for one group class (a $35 value)
- $29 for three group classes (a $105 value)
- $69 for a one-month limited membership for up to 15 classes (a $150 value)
- $99 for a private Pole 101 lesson for five guests (a $275 value)<p>
Guests can mix and match pole-dancing, fitness, and aerial classes, including Active Flexibility, Lyra (aerial hoop) 101, Rock Your Body, and Twerk Fit. Hands master fundamental grips and spins in Pole Levels 1–5, and Lyra 101 perches guests atop a lyra—a suspended ring or aerial hoop—to practice mounting, upper- and lower-knee hangs, spins, and breathing while upside down. Pole Fit tones both limbs and torsos with non-dance moves, and Burlesque for Pole outlines sinuous transitions between pole and floor work for gaze-grabbing routines. A class size of 8–15 students ensures that instructors can bestow corrective tips upon each attendee.<p>
Capital of Texas Aerial Championships
The Capital of Texas Aerial Championships strives to provide a platform for pole and aerial artists, from novice to professional, in order to showcase their talent, ability, and passion for the art form while pursuing national recognition. The goal of the COTAC organization is to promote healthy competition, while creating an environment to learn and grow artistically within the aerial and pole communities.