Pole fitness is a great opportunity to come and learn the art of pole and get fit, in a fun friendly environment.
The classes are designed so that you learn series of spins, tricks and floor work building into a variety of combinations over the course of a term.
You will learn how to start choreographing your own routines with ease and a professional finish.
In addition to learning tricks and spins you will learn how to build up, from a series of Pole Fitness exercises, strength and stamina to prepare for continuation through to Intermediate & Advanced level. Whilst increasing flexibility with our relaxing stretch at the end of class.
Our Pole Class is a great way of achieving your dream body and fitness. It is suitable for all levels and ability and is a fantastic way to boost confidence and body image without the effort.
We run beginner courses starting throughout the year. 1-1 or private group lessons and visits to a suitable venue of your choice are also available by arrangement.
Interview with Jess, Eryn , Janey and Abbi, for their Fixers story on Pole Fitness.
This was a fantastic oppurtunity for some of our students to take part in an exciting project
Burning Calories - can burn as many as 250 calories which is similar to a good gym session
Builds Muscle and Tones - supporting your entire weight with one arm can be challenging and will build your upper body. It also helps strengthen your stomach muscles and you can, if you go regularly expect to see increased muscle definition in your bottom, arms and thighs
Beats The Winter Blues – the physical exertion makes your body release the happy hormones – endorphins making you feel better and more energetic
It will motivate you to work out more - If a workout feels like a chore and you don’t really see any serious progress or you don’t actually pick up any skills that are applicable in real life, then you will quickly lose motivation. Pole dancing develops a strong body, builds stamina and makes you feel good. As your skills improve you will be motivated to work harder.
It’s good for your bones and joints - Joint pain is a serious and persistent issue for many people and women in particular have a higher risk of developing osteoporosis later in life. Developing strong bones and connective tissue, along with increasing joint mobility, helps significantly decrease the risk of osteoporosis in women. Since you are not putting huge stress on your joints,
Increases Your Flexibility: - If you are not able to touch your feet properly by bending then pole fitness is a great solution as pole fitness includes various stretching moves which significantly increase flexibility of your body.