Bailey

Bailey started pole dancing in 2006, and has been teaching since 2008. She was previously trained in classical and contemporary dance, and studied a BA of Communications and Theatre Media. Since 2011 Bailey has been competing professionally both nationally and internationally, was the NSW Pole Champion of 2014, and is the current 2015 PoleCandy Professional Champion. She loves being a teacher, not only to help inspire people to do what they thought was impossible, but to create a space for positive body image for both women and men. So if you want to get strong and flexy whilst having loads of laughs, then Bailey is the girl for you!


Bailey instructs the following:
  • CONTEMPORARY POLE (Open Class)
  • Combining contemporary dance and pole tricks & combos, this class will diversify your repertoire & provide a refreshing new way to approach pole dance choreography. Get ready to express yourself in a contemporary pole routine!
     
    You will learn a new routine every two weeks and at the end of Week 8 the class will select a routine for Showcase! Drop ins are welcome any time except Week 10! 
     
    This class is open to all levels; our amazing instructors will provide easier and harder variations to suit your experience.
     
    WHAT TO WEAR: Leggings are recommended, along with leg warmers, knee pads or knee-high socks. 
     
    WATCH CONTEMPORARY POLE HERE: 
     
    Check out our range of classes here: http://sydneypole.com/class-types

  • TECHNIQUE 3
  • You will need to be confident with your straddle (both sides, controlled and unassisted), outside leg hang and caterpillar in order to take Technique 3.

    Core Moves learned in Technique 3 include your inside leg hang, straight leg hang back, advanced jamilla & butterfly.

    Things are really starting to get serious now! By the end of Technique 3 you should feel confident with inverting and with a variety of moves from your inside & outside leg hangs.


  • TECHNIQUE 4
  • You will need to be confident in your straddle on both sides, advanced jamilla, straight leg hang back, outside leg hang, inside leg hang & butterfly.

    Core moves learned in Technique 4 include the extended butterfly, aerial straddle and shoulder mount.

    Welcome to bruise territory! This is where we learn to really support our bodyweight in addition to some more difficult (and impressive) spins and inverted combos.


  • TECHNIQUE 6
  • In order to enrol in Dance 6 you need to prove you are strong, controlled & confident with the following:

    Split-grip Ayesha
    Brass Monkey
    Aerial Straddles - both sides
    Shoulder mount into leg hangs

    Key moves worked on in Technique 6 include your aerial shoulder mount, ayesha in various grips, as well as more flexibility & strength based moves and combos from your Tech 5 core moves.

    We recommend adding at least one conditioning and one flexibility class per week into your training schedule at Technique 6 level, in order to ensure your body is appropriately flexible, conditioned and prepared for advanced pole.


  • EXOTIC POLE (Tech 1 & Above)
  • Ever wanted to seamlessly & sensually glide around the floor & pole? Want to learn the art of exotic pole and put your new skills into a sexy, alluring routine? Then 'Exotic Pole' is the class for you!
     
    You will learn a new routine every two weeks and at the end of Week 8 the class will select a routine for Showcase! Drop in visits are welcome any time except Week 9 & 10! (17th - 30th July)
     
    THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO TECHNIQUE 1 & ABOVE.
     
    WHAT TO WEAR: Your normal pole wear, heels, and a sassy attitude! 
     
    WATCH EXOTIC POLE HERE: https://vimeo.com/186354292

  • DANCE 6
  • In order to enrol in Dance 6 you need to prove you are strong, controlled & confident with the following:

    Split-grip Ayesha
    Brass Monkey
    Aerial Straddles - both sides
    Shoulder mount into leg hangs

    We recommend doing Technique 6 and Dance 6 in the same term. In Dance 6 you will learn a dance routine over 10 weeks. The routine uses moves from the Technique 6 syllabus, so it's important to do Dance 6 in conjunction with Technique 6.

    Our Dance classes are a great way to increase your stamina, as well as making everything look more fluid on and around the pole.

    Check out all of our Dance routines here: http://sydneypole.com/routines


  • TECHNIQUE 7
  • In order to enrol in Technique 7 you need to prove you are strong, controlled & confident with the following:
     
    Aerial straddles - both sides
    Aerial shoulder mount - both sides
    Ayesha in split grip (aka standard grip) and 1 other grip
    Brass monkey
     
    Core moves learnt in Technique 7 include your handspring, jacknife, pencil, ayesha fang, poisson, ayesha into brass monkey and ayesha into inside leg hang.
     
    A high level of strength & flexibility is expected at this level, and students are encouraged to be doing at least 3 other strength, flexibility and pole classes at this level in order to adequately support your body through this Advanced pole class. 

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