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What You'll Get
Sometimes, late at night, firemen slip into heels and dance with their poles, spinning, dipping, and stripping away cumbersome fireproof coats and burdensome notions of masculinity. With today's Groupon, you get a fireman's acrobatic workout with twice as much confidence. For $25, you get two pole fitness classes and one sexy yoga class at OC Pole Fitness (a $100 value).
Pole-dancing classes build your abs and upper body through scorching spins and inverts that let you live out fantasies of adoration and control free from self-consciousness. Each class emphasizes empowerment through physical confidence, coaxing sexy and strong from even the most lethargic bodies. If you're a new customer, your Groupon is redeemable for the intro to pole class only, and if you're already involved with OC Pole Fitness, you're welcome to try any of the six classes in the pole series. OC's sinuous, passionate pole masters are friendly and experienced in the art of coaching vixen spinners. Age, shape, and barometric pressure have no bearing on your ability to slide, pirouette, and have fun.
A sexy yoga class puts an extra dose of limber into your limbs. The class mixes flowy, sensual moves from Vinyasa and Hatha yoga into a femme-fataleing blend that centers and clears the mind and body. An excellent complement to pole dance, sexy yoga slows the pace and helps sharpen your vertical dance skills.
This playfulest of physical playlists chops through workout boredom faster than a hand through a karate-ready cinderblock, A powerful core and toned extremities put you in stellar shape ready to show beneath a sparkling summer gown. You'll feel your muscles tighten and flex every time you walk by a pole on the street that's inappropriately decorated with barber stripes and yard-sale signs. Save stranded kittens from telephone-pole perches, and be ready by next Christmas to decorate every tree in town from the top down.
The Orange County Register says OC Pole Fitness is more than just a dance class:
- Thankfully, this isn't about being a good dancer or really about dancing at all. This is about toning muscles, burning fat and building serious self-confidence, even if it's sometimes done while wearing FootUndeez, a product that bills itself as "underwear for your feet." – Jeff Miller
The OC Weekly mentions OC Pole Fitness founder Collette Kakuk:
- …OC pole fitness guru Collette Kakuk, a super-toned (thanks to that pole), mother of two with an MBA who dropped her boring business consulting career a few years ago for a pair of stilettos and roomful of poles. The founder of OC Pole Fitness in south county was just beginning to tap into the local "fitness" (and, let's be honest: what's-it-like-to-dance-like-a-hot-buff-stripper) craze when I first met her in 2007. Today, business is swelling for Kakuk, who recently founded the "Pole Fitness Association" with a dozen other professionally-minded pole dance/fitness instructors around the country (and in the UK and Canada). – Daffodil J. Altan
Three Yelpers give OC Pole Fitness 4.5 stars.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. May purchase multiple as gifts. Non-transferable. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About OC Pole Fitness
In her search for a fun and flirty fitness alternative, Elizabeth Blanchard discovered pole fitness. Armed with a BS in kinesiology, she knew it could deliver intense, full-body workouts. It was also the kind of workout that anyone could do, making it accessible to those of all body types, ages, and fitness levels. In striving for the perfect workout, she customized pole fitness into a program all her own. She did that by adding elements of yoga, Pilates, and exotic dance. Today she welcomes ladies from all walks of life to join in her program to build lean muscles and learn healthy habits. Her program also ensures personalized attention as she keeps most class sizes a manageable 8 to 12 people.