Pole dance and pole fitness are used interchangeably in order to describe a movement that empowers men and women, allows them to be free of inhibitions, discover and explore the abilities of their bodies and build self confidence and esteem. Many types, shapes and sizes of people are drawn to pole because of all it has to offer. While some pole dancers focus more on athleticism and raw strength to achieve those desired power moves, other dancers focus more on flexibility and grace in order to create an art that undeniably and unequivocally allows them to become other worldly. What will you style be? What will your art look like? Join the class that’s right for you and find out.
Current Class Schedule:
Monday : 7:15pm Intro To Pole-The Series (Drop in not permitted)
Tuesday : 6:45pm Foundations of Pole The Series (Drop in not permitted)
Tuesday : 7:50pm Clack Attack Series (Drop in not permitted)
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Beginner Pole: Suitable for the returning pole dancer or those that have never had the pleasure of taking a pole dance class in the past! This class is a great fit for anyone new to an exercise program all the way to the avid exerciser. Gain confidence while learning the basics of pole dance.
Intermediate Pole: For the pole dancer who is working on inverting, already inverting safely, has been pole dancing consistently for a minimum of 6-12 months or is returning to pole dance after a short hiatus. Intermediate pole focuses on progressing the dancer in strength moves, body grips, flexibility as well as reviewing the foundations of pole dance such as spins, transitions, etc.
Advanced Pole: Instructor permission is generally required in order to participate in any advanced pole class. Students must be able to safely invert and shoulder mount from the floor, aerial invert whether by lifting hips over head or a controlled descent. Advanced pole students will continue to progress strength moves, body grips and flexibility as well as work on/learn deadlifts, handsprings, hand grips, etc.
Stretch: Get bendy! Literally….Learn how to get that flat split, wear your feet as a hat or sit on your head. Whether your split is a foot off the ground or you’re already flat and working on oversplits, this class is geared toward all levels.
Choreography and Pole-Ography: Students will learn how to combine floor, pole, transitions and tricks into a seamless and level appropriate routine.
Clack Attack: Grab your favorite pair of Pleasers and clack the night away! This low flow, heels class will have you clacking in every which way.
Intro to Pole-The Series: This six week series is designed for the student that’s just starting pole. A progressive course focusing on the basics of pole dance including spins, transitions, climbing and building your strength through conditioning exercises. At the end of the six week course students will have gained enough knowledge to put together a short routine. Suitable for students with 3 months or less of pole experience.
Buff Your Stuff : Want to increase your strength and endurance? Let’s Buff Your Stuff!!
This Bootcamp style class incorporates a mixture of cardio and strength training to get your heart pumping, increase your metabolism, and build muscle. We will focus on exercises to cross train for pole performance using your body weight, resistance bands, and other fun tools. All fitness levels are welcome.
Open Pole: Open Pole is for anyone wishing to spend unstructured time on the pole. No instruction will be given during this time. Students absolutely may not, under any circumstances attempt any tricks that require spotting. Students wishing to participate in inverted tricks, aerial or otherwise, must be a current Dahlia intermediate/advanced level student or instructor and must have approval from Dahlia intermediate/advanced level instructors to attempt any inverted skills. The purpose of Open Pole is to practice skills students have already learned, rehearse or build routines and to allow students extra pole time. Please allow for a safe environment for all by adhering to expectations. Instructor supervising reserves the right to ask anyone not adhering to the expectations to no longer attend Open Pole.
Essential Flow : Essential Flow is for pole students looking to combine basic vertical movement with transitional floor movement. Students must be able to climb efficiently, execute knee holds such as jasmine or hood ornament, sit and be working toward inversions or descents. Heels are optional for students looking for more of a challenge.
Intermediate/Advanced Pole Tricks and Transitions: Must be fully capable of the following on BOTH sides:
One handed spin/ Blind Spin
Inside leg hang
Outside leg hang
Layback (ankle hang, cross knee release, or thigh hang)
Regular/split grip Ayesha
Pole and Destroy: Destroy your pole goals in this pole conditioning class focused on strength and technique. If you’re working on a pole milestone, adding a new level of difficulty, or perfecting what you already know, then this class is for you.
This class is appropriate for experienced* Beginners to Advanced.
*Experienced Beginners must be capable (not perfect!) of the following on BOTH sides:
Climb at least 1 to 2 times up the pole
Side Climbing 1 to 2 times up the pole
Tuck and hold for 10+ seconds
Handstand with pole
Inverted Crucifix from handstand or a safe invert
Limited Offerings as well as Offered via private lesson only:
Lollipop lyra is a freestanding lyra or aerial hoop. Private lessons are offered, call for more details.
Available by private lesson or workshop only, this class focuses on preparing for performances meant to entertain.
Call for more information! Pole, chair, burlesque, floor or twerk available!