Leveled classes are designed to build your strength and provide proper form and technique in order to successfully advance in pole. You must be approved by an instructor before moving into a higher leveled class.


Beginners 1+2 Class

Intermediate 1+2 Class

Mixed level Class


Pole-Ography Class


Beginner Course


The main focus in beginners, is learning foundation spins, climbs, and transitions getting you ready for more serious moves. This is quite possibly the most exciting period of any poler's journey as you will see massive changes in your body, strength and confidence.


Days and Times:

Monday 6:30 - 7:30 pm

Pole sharing

Tuesday 7:45 - 8:45 pm

Pole sharing


As your skills develops, you will start to work on inverted moves; more complicated combos that requires a greater degree of strength and flexibility. At this stage you can really feel your body get stronger and develop those abs muscles.


Days and Times:

Monday 7:45 - 8:45 pm

Pole sharing


Mixed Levels classes cater to everyone from beginners to intermediate. There will be regressions for those not quite ready to perform the taught move and progressions for those who are looking for a challenge.
This is a great addition to the individually leveled classes and also acts perfectly as stand-alone classes.

Days and Times:

Tuesday: 6:30 - 7:30 pm

Pole sharing

Thursday: 6:30 - 7:30 pm

Pole sharing


Dance like no one is watching! Pole-ography is all about linking dance and movement with pole fitness moves.

In this class, we will learn a minute (roughly) choreography, challenging you to dance your tricks and express emotions with you body. This class is suitable for all level. It is recommended that you have done at least 3 beginner classes.

Days and Times:

Thursday: 7:45 - 8:45 pm

Pole sharing


You are getting stronger, the skin on your thighs are more conditioned!

This 5 weeks course is perfect for those who are learning inverts. In this course we will explore more intricate shapes on the pole, moves that will require you to stay longer up the pole. For this course you will need to be able to do a pole sit;

climb (doesn't have to be perfect); and hold a tuck position in invert grip.

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