Vanessa



Vanessa instructs the following:
  • 10-WEEK BEGINNERS POLE
  • This is our 10-Week Term Beginners Class, perfect for anyone who hasn't tried pole dancing before! You will learn basic spins, how to move around the pole, as well as how to climb up the pole. By the end of the 10-Week Term, you will have also learned a fun routine!
     
    You'll be amazed at what your body can achieve throughout the 10 weeks, and you'll be excited to be able to show off your newly found skills to all your friends and family at our end of term Showcase night. There is absolutely no pressure to perform, but after the 10 weeks we have a feeling you'll want to :)
     
    WHAT TO WEAR: Wear/bring some exercise shorts and a t-shirt or singlet. We do the class in bare feet, but you may also want to bring some heels to practice your routine in (totally optional!)
     
    Check out all of our Dance routines here: http://sydneypole.com/routines

  • CHAIR & LAP DANCE (Open Class)
  • Looking to spice up your fitness routine? In our Chair & Lap dance classes, you'll learn some sexy moves that are actually a really great workout!
     
    This class incorporates Chair & Lap technique, including chair tricks, lap dance technique, and ways to move on and around the chair. You'll also learn a sexy routine... perfect to learn just for fun, or to share with someone special!
     
    You'll 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 anytime (except Week 10).

    THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO ALL LEVELS.
     
    WHAT TO WEAR: Wear regular workout gear. Knee pads or leg warmers are recommended to protect your knees. Feel free to bring your heels too! 
     
    WATCH CHAIR & LAP HERE:
     
    Check out our range of classes here: http://sydneypole.com/class-types

  • TECHNIQUE 1
  • You will need to have completed a beginners course (at any studio) to commence Technique 1. It is important that you feel confident sitting/standing on the pole and are able to climb the pole whilst spinning.

    The core moves learned in Technique 1 are your layout, ankle grab & bat, and cross leg hang back. By the end of the term you will have learned some new spins and combos, and have conditioned your body in order to invert safely & confidently.


  • DANCE 1
  • You will need to have completed a Beginner course (at any studio) to commence Dance 1. It is important that you feel confident sitting/standing on the pole and are able to climb the pole whilst spinning.

    We recommend doing Technique 1 and Dance 1 in the same term. In Dance 1 you will learn a dance routine over 10 weeks. The routine uses moves from the Technique 1 syllabus, so it's important to do Dance 1 in conjunction with Technique 1.

    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


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