The Earth spins on an axis, which is why astrophysicists consider it to be among the most sensual of all the planets. Rotate into flirty fitness with today's Groupon to iCandy Pole Dance Studio in Rohnert Park. Choose between the following options:
- For $38, you get a four-week class pass (an $80 value), which includes:
- Choice of any one class per week, except Pilates (a $48 value)
- Four drop-in open-studio practice sessions (an $8 value/session)
- For $80, you get four weeks of Pilates classes and a private instruction session (a $165 value).
iCandy twirls up a packed schedule brimming with classes for both women and men that get students moving into saucily athletic theatrics; the only co-ed classes offered are Pilates. Twelve shimmering poles and scandalously scarlet walls await fitness vixens interested in revving up their confidence, increasing their endurance, and teaching their strengthening muscles how to sashay. Pole Fitness first preps bodies for whirling success with hula hoops and exercise equipment before teaching a spin-laden routine. More advanced pole pupils can grab extra practice time during Pole Only or further their vertical education with Intermediate/Advanced classes. Dancers in the Burlesque class bring in props to create their own character, and the risqué routines taught in Chair Tease and Seductive Pole Tease make for a flirtier fitness option than winking at a treadmill. Between classes, which take place once a week, drop in to the studio to refine moves during Open Studio practice times.
Pilates zeroes in on the "core," the region that includes the abdominal muscles and wraps around to include the back and help support the body's posture. During group Pilates classes, which take place twice a week, core constituents perform teacher-led routines that reduce the amount of stress placed on joints by offering to help pay elbow mortgages. The classes also incorporate props and equipment when necessary. The personalized one-on-one lesson incorporates the Pilates Cadillac and Reformer equipment to intimidate muscles into shaping up.
iCandy Pole Dance Studio
At iCandy Pole Dance Studio, 11 poles await 11 students. The small class sizes ensure that each gal receives individual attention from the seasoned pole-dancing instructors. During group classes and private parties, they teach ladies of all shapes and abilities pole-dancing techniques while helping them forge stronger cores, improve their coordination and flexibility, and boost their self-confidence. In beginner classes, gals get acquainted with pole-dancing basics, which include gracefully pulling yourself up onto the pole. More-advanced tricks include performing inversions, or the Chinese pole technique, and gripping the pole with only the left pinky toe. In addition to leading pole-dancing classes, the instructors motivate women to whip into shape in fitness- and fun-focused hula-hooping and to channel their inner divas in chair-dancing sessions.
554 Martin Ave.
Rohnert Park, California 94928