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 Between Two Options
- $29 for five pole-dancing classes (a $104.97 value)
- $74 for an intro to pole-dancing party for three to nine women (a $315 value)<p>
For the group-class option, new students must take the introductory Pole Discovery class before proceeding to normal classes. See the full schedule, which runs Monday–Saturday. Alternatively, the party option caters to groups of newbies with introductory instruction that can be scheduled any day or night of the week.
Pole Control Studios
Floor-to-ceiling mirrors reflect 1,300 square feet of glossy, hardwood floors ringing with the staccato of dancing high heels. Brass poles sprout from the floor, supporting whirling women as they learn sensual routines and build upper-body strength by suspending themselves skyward.
Pole Control Studios' owner, a seasoned performer with a BA in sports science, designs programs that scale up in difficulty while centering around fitness. The studio inducts exercisers in the flirtatious art with an introductory class, where each dancer learns correct posture, transition work, and how to use high heels to tap out Morse code. From there, guests foray into several Pole and Aerial Arts classes of empowering fitness classes that build on the basics, imparting techniques for climbing, controlled spins, or inversions. They also offer several fitness classes to build the muscles needed to strengthen to excel on the Pole, Pole Fit and Sensual Stretch supplement pole-dancing prowess with intense cardio, squats, lunges, and body-elongating posework. In the summer months, guests can visit the outside Pole deck to practice and relax before or after class.
65% of 54 customers recommend
“This was a great class!”
“We already made apt to go back we loved it”
“I would appreciate knowing exercises that I could do from home to strengthen my hands and arms for holding on to the pole. The instructor said that there aren't any....”
“I would appreciate knowing exercises that I could do from home to strengthen my hands and arms for holding on to the pole. The instructor said that there aren't any. I travel 45min for classes, so it isn't that practical for me to only be able to practice during class.”