Before pole-dancing classes, flirty fitness was limited to holding hands with a Stairmaster or romancing Jack LaLanne. Learn more seductive exercises with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $25 for a pole-dancing, burlesque, lap dance, or booty pop workshop for one ($60 value)
- $79 for an Intro to Pole Class series for one ($150 value)
- $49 for a pole-dancing, burlesque, lap dance, or booty pop workshop for two ($120 value)
- $145 for an Intro to Pole Class series for two ($300 value)
In pole-dancing workshops, groups of 5–12 female fitness seekers gather to learn a routine of up to eight moves. Regardless of dance experience, students tackle the intricacies of evocative floor work, spinning, and pole-climbing techniques. The regularly scheduled classes are four-week mini-series where students learn fundamentals, techniques, and safety aspects of pole-dancing.
Core Fitness & Pilates
Whenever boredom creeps in to derail a training program, Core Fitness & Pilates’ team of certified instructors swoops in to the rescue with a contagious enthusiasm and 20 uplifting group fitness classes a week. As their name implies, they specialize in Pilates, showcasing the art with a range of classes that may incorporate floor mats, reformer machines, springboards, towers, chairs, and jump boards. With the addition of suspension bands and ballet barres, they now offer TRX suspension training and core booty-barre classes. Classes allow for eight to nine in group lessons, or five in reformer lessons, allowing the focus to remain on form and ensuring that each student receives the attention they need.
“The Intro to Pole series is more fun that I could ever have imagined. I feel like I found my calling 15 years too late, lol! Angela is truly wonderful and could not...”
“The Intro to Pole series is more fun that I could ever have imagined. I feel like I found my calling 15 years too late, lol! Angela is truly wonderful and could not make you feel more comfortable!”
“It was a friendly and welcoming enviroment.”
“A fun experience. Stretch out good before and after the workout.”