Can I learn pole dancing at home?

Can I learn pole dancing at home?

You can learn the basics and begin your practice by visiting one of the local school.

What are the best training facilities?

You may like to consider the best training facilities in the area. Some of these facilities may require private lessons.

Are there private instructors that I could call for a private lesson?

Yes! There is a private pole dancing school near you just waiting for your call. Call them to learn how to pole dance.

Does my dog need to be licensed?

The most common pole dance violations are dogs that are overly excited, barking to loud noises, or jumping up, down, or back on their owner’s poles. Dog leash laws in most states allow for the right of a dog to be free on the dance floor. For more information, see Dog-Loving Polishers.

I don’t have a pole to pole dance at, what is my next step?

If you don’t already have a pole that you are familiar with, you can learn it at a pole class, or by working with a professional instructor.

How much will the class cost?

Your next pole dance class fee will depend on the instructor and on the nature of the dance. A “basic” class will cost between $40 and $90.

Are there any “special” fees?

There are additional fees for extra equipment, such as a head harness (for extra safety) or a pole dance pole (for additional safety).

Is a pole dance required to practice for pole?

Pole dancing is an activity that includes a variety of movements. However, in addition to regular dance routine moves, you must be an integral part of the movement and therefore practice pole dancing.

Will a pole dance class cover my personal injury?

Pole dancing involves body mechanics. While there is no risk of injury, you should consult with your doctor or a licensed safety professional before performing any pole move or taking any pole dance classes.

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