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What to Expect When Coming to a Pole Dancing Class

Updated: Apr 19, 2023

If you're new to pole dancing, you may be wondering what to expect when you come to a class. Pole dancing is a fun and empowering workout that can help you build strength, confidence, and flexibility.

Here's what you can expect when you come to a pole dancing class:

  1. A warm-up: Before you start dancing on the pole, your instructor will lead you through a warm-up to get your muscles ready for the workout ahead. This may include stretching, cardio exercises, and bodyweight exercises.

  2. Pole dancing moves: Once you're warmed up, your instructor will teach you a variety of pole dancing moves, such as spins, climbs, and holds. You'll learn how to move gracefully around the pole and how to use your body to create beautiful shapes and lines.

  3. Choreography: After you've learned some basic moves, you'll start putting them together to create a choreographed routine. Your instructor will guide you through the routine step-by-step, helping you with technique and timing.

  4. Cool down and stretching: At the end of class, you'll cool down and stretch your muscles to prevent injury and improve flexibility.

  5. A supportive and inclusive community: Pole dancing is a welcoming and supportive community that celebrates all body types and fitness levels. You'll make new friends and feel empowered by the supportive atmosphere of the studio.

Here are five items that can enhance your pole dancing experience:

  1. Pole dancing grip: Pole dancing can be slippery, especially if you're new to the workout. A good grip aid, like Mighty Grip, can help you maintain your grip on the pole and prevent slipping.

  2. Booty shorts: Pole dancing requires a lot of skin-to-pole contact, so wearing shorts can help you grip the pole and execute moves more easily. These high-waisted booty shorts are a great option for pole dancing.

  3. Leg warmers: Leg warmers can help keep your muscles warm and limber during class, especially during the warm-up and cool-down portions of the workout. These leg warmers come in a variety of colors and are perfect for pole dancing.

  4. Knee pads: Knee pads can help protect your knees from bruises and abrasions while you're performing floor work or knee spins. These knee pads are comfortable and durable, perfect for pole dancing.

  5. Water bottle: Staying hydrated during your workout is essential, so be sure to bring a water bottle to class. This leak-proof water bottle is easy to carry and comes in a variety of colors.

At Vibez Studio, we offer pole dancing classes for all levels, led by experienced instructors. Our classes are a great way to have fun, build strength, and feel empowered. Join us and experience the supportive and inclusive community of pole dancers at Vibez Studio.

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