Wrap your brain, arms, and legs around today's deal: for $84, you get a six-week level-one or level-two pole-dancing course at Pole Dance Studio (a $169 value).
Pole Dance Studio offers a fun and encouraging environment for women to learn a sensual style of dance while getting a full-body cardio workout in the sleek, 2,500+-square-foot studio. An experienced and nimble staff of instructors will lead you on a six-week journey up the pole, wherein you'll learn basic pole moves, spins, and floor work while zapping calories. Choose either the level-one course to learn all the basics or the level-two course for more experienced pole-swinging moves. Both classes incorporate easy to learn choreography into their routines to distract anti-exercisers from the fact that they're working out. Additionally, with this deal you'll be able to receive 25% off an instructional DVD with which to continue working on your moves at home.
Must be 18 or older.
- Aside from the more obvious physical benefits (upper body strength conditioning, hamstrings, quadriceps) one of the most gratifying aspects of the lessons for Goodman, is observing the psychological transformation in her students after a few lessons. – Wayne Lee, Office Journal
- From Mounties to lawyers, doctors and other professionals, Vancouver women are stroking and coiling their bodies on a nine-foot long pole, shedding not only excess pounds but also inhibitions about feeling sexy. – Asian Pacific Post
Pole Dance Studio
Working out can take a host of forms, from training for a marathon to supporting your weight during pole dancing in a penthouse. Pole Dance Studio focuses on the latter. Their 2,500-square-foot penthouse studio sprawls across the entire top floor of their building, complete with 13 poles and enormous windows that give stunning views of nature's brass pole, the humble tree. The classes that unfold in the urbane space cover the breadth of pole dance, kicking off with intro sessions on simple spins and floorwork. For more seasoned students, higher-level courses focus on more complex moves—Pole-Bellydance, for example, mixes serpentine figure-eights and shimmies with occasional pole spins. For special occasions, the studio hosts parties, where revelers learn pole routines, sip drinks from the roll-out bar, and don hats, wigs, and boas.