Before pole-dancing classes, flirty fitness was limited to holding hands with a Stairmaster or romancing Jack LaLanne. Learn more seductive exercises with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $25 for an eight-week Sexy Fundamentals pole-dancing class for beginners (a $96 value)
- $25 for an eight-week Sexy Fundamentals and Dance Transitions pole-dancing class for intermediate and advanced students (a $96 value)
- $25 for eight Twerk It classes (a $96 value)
- $25 for eight Zumba classes (a $96 value)
- $99 for a two-hour dance party for up to 12 (a $200 value)<p>
Students master fundamental grips, spins, and inversions during pole-dancing classes for all skill levels, some of which cover chair work and burlesque techniques. Rhythmic Zumba sessions torch calories as hips swivel to Latin beats. Click here for a class schedule.<p>
During dance parties perfect for bachelorette bashes, birthday soirees, and corporate team building, up to 12 participants learn the art of pole dancing, twerk, burlesque, or belly dance.<p>
TML…Turn Me Loose Fitness
In her own search for a compelling fitness regimen, TML…Turn Me Loose Fitness founder Cassandra explored traditional gyms and machines but quickly tired of the routine. She soon discovered pole-dance fitness, and she was captivated by the way it not only burned calories and toned muscle but also made her feel empowered and feminine. Today her studio teaches the exercise style during women-only classes, during which ladies spin, invert, and climb on poles in preparation to steal the show the next time they see someone walking on stilts. Classes often blend pole work with other types of fitness, as in the balletic Pole Barre session and the Pilates Pole Fusion class, which emphasizes core strength training. The Latin rhythms of Zumba dance-fitness classes and the changing routines of PiYo—a hybrid of Pilates and yoga—jibe with the idea that working out need not be dull and repetitive.
TML...Turn Me Loose Fitness
At TML...Turn Me Loose Fitness, pole-dance experts help ladies burn calories and gain confidence during women-only fitness classes. Working on 13.7-foot competition grade Xpert Xpole poles, ladies spin, invert, and climb in preparation to steal the show the next time they see someone walking on stilts. The studio's workout schedule also includes non-pole offerings, such as the Latin rhythms of Zumba or the glute-strengthening shimmies of the popular Twerk It class. Although the studio is known for its women-centered focus, trainers occasionally help men get fit, too; during co-ed INSANITY classes, groups test their limits with high-intensity interval training designed to sculpt muscles and shed pounds.