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 from Three Options
$49 for five women’s pole-dance or fitness classes (up to a $125 value)<p>
$75 for a one-hour Luscious party package for up to five women (a $100 value)
- 10-minute meet-and-greet
- 40-minute class, with or without pole
- 10-minute photo opportunity
- Additional free class for one guest
- Opportunity to purchase $10 single classes<p>
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
The Secret Pole Dance Studio
Regardless of dress size or dance background, each woman who enters one of The Secret Pole Dance Studios becomes a part of a supportive community. At both the original Culver City studio and the brand new Hawthorne location, instructors dish out compliments as they guide women through choreographed fitness routines, empowering dancers to overcome inhibitions and let loose along the way. During the Pole Diva and Sensual Movement classes, instructors also encourage camaraderie, occasionally breaking participants into groups and have them perform for one another. Though it may seem intimidating, this opportunity to show off in front of a nurturing audience provides students with the opportunity to build self-esteem.
In addition to boosting mental fortitude, the studio's sensual fitness routines also build physical strength; pole-dancing classes sculpt arms and cores, and chair-dancing classes firm up glutes, quads, and newly emerged dorsal fins. Classes unfold in the studios or on location, but the fun doesn't necessarily end once the imaginary bell rings; groups of gals can even reserve the spaces for private dance parties.
83% of 114 customers recommend
“Be ready to work it out”
“I love it I already recommend 10 people there.”
“If you've never poled before, don't start with anything above level 1, even if you're athletic. Trust me, it'll still be fun.”