Before pole-dancing classes, flirty fitness was limited to holding hands with a Stairmaster or romancing Jack LaLanne. Learn more seductive exercises with today’s Groupon to S Curve Fitness, a fitness program from Pole Dance Charlotte. Choose from the following options:
For $27, you get an S Curve Fitness membership for one month of unlimited member or nonmember group pole-dancing and fitness classes (a $55 value). This option is valid for any classes on the daytime schedule, as well as the evening and weekend schedule.<p>
For $39, you get four semiprivate, in-studio Pole Fit sessions for two people (an $80 value).<p>
For $49, you get four private, in-studio Pole Fit sessions for one person (a $100 value).<p>
Led by owner and formally trained ballerina Kelly Wood, the staff at S Curve Fitness defies gravity and standard workout regimes as it teaches sultry maneuvers that burn calories and boost self-confidence. With the membership, patrons have unlimited access to member and nonmember group classes, such as the 30-minute Pole Sampler session that introduces beginners to dance moves, floor work, and spin moves previously executed only by the most avant-garde pole-vaulters. A one-hour Fun & Fitness Cardio Pole class combines line dancing with strength and conditioning exercises, and a 45-minute Sensual Pole Fitness class lets newbies keep one foot on the floor during flirtatious sways. Kelly crafts 100% of the studio’s choreography, and limits class size to about 12 in case of an impromptu ice-hockey game.
Alternatively, Kelly can provide more personalized attention to twosomes or individuals in semiprivate or private lessons held in S Curve’s studio. Students use muscles and centripetal force to wind their way around the sturdy metal poles, learning from Kelly’s 15 years of formal ballet training and previous life as a telephone repairwoman.
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.