Pole dancing builds core strength, which comes in handy if you ever need to hold a sack filled with combination locks over your head for a few hours. Spin toward a six-pack with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $10 for one Fantasy fitness class (a $22 value)
- $15 for one pole-dancing class (a $35 value)
- $35 for four Fantasy fitness classes (an $80 value)
- $50 for four pole-dancing classes (a $120 value)
Instructors lead women of all abilities in spins, transitions, and complex inversions in seven levels of pole-dancing classes. Fantasy fitness classes fuse sultry moves with body-toning steps and flexibility-enhancing stretches in sessions such as Buti Fitness, which blends yoga and dance, and Vamps Sexy Skills, in which ladies learn chair- and lap-dance techniques. See the schedule.
Strings of pink lights glow against the hardwood floor inside Vamps Dance, where a knowledgeable crew aims to boost self-confidence and shape physiques through seductive pole-dancing sessions, informative workshops, and fantasy fitness classes. Several gold poles complement deep-purple walls draped with mirrors and contemporary artwork, which visually explains how to untie limbs that get tangled around the poles. The studio packs its schedule with small, exotic fitness classes, ranging from basic pole dancing to stripping-inspired sessions—no nudity allowed—that teach dancers how to sexily peel back layers of fabric. Each routine helps to build solid core muscles and provides an energizing workout as students spiral, climb, and bend around beams. Though most classes are geared toward females, Vamps Dance does offer a handful of male-centric sessions, and the studio plans to introduce aerial classes in the future.
“I had a great time, I think it was a good introductory experience and may give me the confidence to sign up for pole dancing ”
“There didn't seem to be any time for questions and the teacher didn't go from student to students to give feedback as to how we could improve on our skill (fireman's...”
“There didn't seem to be any time for questions and the teacher didn't go from student to students to give feedback as to how we could improve on our skill (fireman's spin), what we're doing wrong, etc. I think this may be partly due to the fact that the class was geared towards the student showcase choreography. I'm not sure why though because nobody seemed to be interested in doing the showcase. ”
“Had a great time! Will be back ”
East Cesar Chavez
1601 E 5th St.
Austin, Texas 78757