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POLE FUNDAMENTAL LEVEL DETAILS

Each fundamental level has 2 components that must be completed prior to moving along to the next fundamental level.  We encourage you to take pole companion classes throughout the process to build upon your pole skills.  

Please speak with your instructor if you are considering progressing to the next fundamental class.  It is our goal to ensure your safety & success.

 
 
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BEGINNER FUNDAMENTALS OF POLE

BEGINNER 1

Welcome!  For participants new to pole dance, or wanting to work on the beginner fundamentals of pole, this is where you will want to start.  This enrollment term focuses on basic spins, turns & the artistry of pole movement.

Next Step:  Beginner 2

BEGINNER 2

This term focuses on a variety of sitting styles, different grips, headstands and experience with 1 handed spins

Next Step:  Intermediate 1

Suggested Attire: Work out clothing and bare feet.  No jewelry & refrain from using lotion.

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INTERMEDIATE FUNDAMENALS OF POLE

INTERMEDIATE 1

Intermediate fundamentals builds upon beginner skills, strength, fluidity and flexibility.  You will be introduced to climbs, inversions, and letting go of the pole.

Next Step:  Intermediate 2

INTERMEDIATE 2

Introduces more progressive leg hang variations, advancing in body awareness & strength.

Next Step: Pre-Advance 

Suggested Attire: Shorts and tank top are required as skin to pole contact is now a safety requirement.  As your pole technique advances so does your hem line

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PRE-ADVANCE FUNDAMENTALS OF POLE

PRE-ADVANCE 1

The Pre-Advance term is for the student wanting to explore the higher skill set of tricks, techniques & transitions. Within this term, you will be introduced to aerial inverts, climbs, and shoulder mounts.

Mandatory Requirements: Strong Chopper & an unassisted leg hang variation

Next Step: Pre-Advance 2.

PRE-ADVANCE 2

Pre-Advance 2 is a continuation of advanced pole.  These moves require greater strength & flexibility.  Participants must be confident with executing all pre-advanced skills. 

Mandatory Requirement:  Front to back splits, Strong Shoulder Mount 

Next Step:  Advanced Pole

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ADVANCED POLE FUNDAMENTALS

You may not register for this term without instructor approval.  This term is for the advanced pole participant and requires a high level of strength & flexibility.  We want you to feel successful throughout your pole experience, therefore you will be required to speak with your Pre-Advance 2 instructor prior to registering for this term.