Practice the ancient art of tree dancing without the hassle of sticky sap and inner-thigh splinters with today's Groupon. For $30, you get two pole-dancing classes (a $60 value) at Pole Kraze, located in Murrieta.
Pole dancing is an intense cardio workout that incorporates core-strengthening, muscle toning, and balance/coordination exercises with a pole handy for limbo after-parties. Pole Kraze offers classes for all skill levels. Tone your curves as you curve your body around the pole with the choreography class, or get a lesson in head-turning pole spins and strength-building climbs. For people who long for yoga to flaunt gravity's imperious decree, there's pole-ga: yoga-inspired pole dancing. Your second class must be used within 30 days of the first.
Rookie twirlers appreciate the soft purple walls and the privacy the state-of-the-art studio offers, as well as the fitness-oriented atmosphere cultivated by the friendly, fully certified instructors. Buy a Groupon for a friend and end the age-old debate of which came first, the upside-down suspended aerial scissor kick or the egg.
- [Owner KiKi Leigh] can tick off a list of attributes she said comes from exercising and dancing around and on a tall, sturdy metal pole, including balance, core strengthening, intense cardio workouts, muscle toning and coordination. And that's just the physical benefits, she added. "It's fun; it expresses creativity; it builds up confidence," Leigh said. "I have had a lot of students tell me that it has helped their marriage."…For Temecula resident Greta Pontarelli, a "baby boomer"…the dance lessons are akin to athletic ballet. "It's a combination of strength, artistic agility and endurance," Pontarelli said. "It has a great positive impact both physically and mentally." – Jennifer Kabbany, The Californian
- I am a new member to Pole Kraze. Who would of known one could have so much fun working out? Pole Kraze has a feminine, clean, professional environment with enthusiastic staff. – Aidalyn S. M., Facebook
Pole Kraze's eight chrome poles have the option of both static and spin, presenting an additional physical challenge for students practicing flirtatious dance routines. Those dances increase in complexity as students progress through the studio's pole-dancing curriculum, starting with basic spins and floor work and eventually leading to advanced aerial tricks, such as petting a passing bird. All rooms are designated for aerial hoop classes (Pole Craze has two lyra hoops), and the studio's team also teaches dance styles that skip the pole altogether, such as burlesque and chair dancing.
39400 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd.
Murrieta, California 92563Get Directions