The Earth is an alluring enigma, balanced in the void of space upon two poles over which it sensuously spins and ineffably shimmies. Harness the power of your polarity with today’s Groupon to Pole Dance Charlotte. Choose between the following options:
- For $27, you get one month of unlimited drop-in pole-dancing classes at the Tryon location (a $55 value).
- For $85, you get three in-home pole-fitness sessions (a $170 value).
As an official member of the US Pole Dance Federation, Pole Dance Charlotte houses a team of certified instructors who teach pole dancing to females as an innovative upper-body and abs workout. A one-month membership includes unlimited in-studio classes such as the 60-minute Exotic pole-fitness class, which guides pupils through a sensual warm-up routine, striking pole-dance curriculum, and a rigorous fat-burning cardio session. Women can enroll in the 45-minute Laptease workshop to learn how to seductively perform floor-, chair-, and wall-dance choreography with the help of nothing more than adhesive heels and hoverboards.
Shy students and wanderlusty metal poles should opt for Pole Dance Charlotte’s in-home option, which teaches pole dancing in private, one-on-one sessions in the comfort of your own house, mansion or bomb shelter. A full list of classes can be viewed online.
Pole Dance Charlotte
Kelly Wood started her career with nothing but a vision. That, and a handful of boas. Toting a traveling pole, the single mother of four began to conduct private pole-dancing parties within the living rooms of local Charlotte women before opening up her own private studio, Pole Dance Charlotte. Today, Kelly's studio bustles with both aspiring students and seasoned pole-dancing instructors during classes throughout the week.
Exposed brick walls surround the forest of chrome poles that spring up from the studio's 1,500 square feet of warehouse style floors, from which instructors lead classes in both pole technique and pole fitness. They even offer onsite private or semiprivate lessons, where they set up their traveling poles in the comfort of a student's own home or spot in a particularly lengthy airport security line.