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Reviewed August 24, 2013
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What You'll Get
Clinging to a pole is a vital survival skill for flags in windy climates and firemen who don't realize that the fire they're racing toward is in their own lobby. Get a grip with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $89 for 20 pole-fitness classes (up to a $240 value)
- $49 for 10 pole-fitness classes (up to a $120 value)
- $30 for 5 pole-fitness classes (up to a $60 value)
During 60-minute pole-fitness classes, instructors guide students of all body types through seductive and core-strengthening moves. Hello Pole sessions acquaint beginners with basic twirls, spins, and floor work, whereas Bottoms Up classes guide bodies through inversions and handstands. Other classes leave the pole behind in favor of cardio choreography, such as the fierce dancing of Hips-n-Heels. Click here for a class schedule.
The Fine Print
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About Enticement Unlimited
Although it’s often considered taboo to discuss work at a party, both instructors at Enticement Unlimited launched their pole-dancing careers as a result of a birthday celebration. Angela Hillman decided a pole party was the best way to honor her 30th, and she subsequently became entranced by the graceful choreography. She went on to master its spins, tricks, and inversions, taking such delight in the discipline that she inspired India Evans by performing at her party. Today, the two lead classes for women of all shapes and sizes in their studio, showcasing an enthusiasm for pole fitness that has proven contagious.
Angela and India introduce beginners to the pole during Hello Pole lessons, which cover fundamental steps, grips, and twirls. Their curriculum also teaches spins, as well as inversion work for those who have attended basic classes and learned how to bat their eyelashes upside down. Other classes condition physiques with dance moves sans pole—Hips-n-Heels, for example, tones legs and rears with fierce, booty-shaking routines. Of course, the duo honors its roots by putting on pole-themed parties both inside the studio and out. Guests can customize the festivities with add-ons such as playful props, award certificates, and wine toasts.