POLE DANCE FITNESS
Studio Rouge offers 6 levels of pole dance fitness classes beginning with Intro to Pole and culminating in Pole 500. As you progress through each level, you will build strength, flexibility and endurance… and achieve more than you thought possible!
INTRO TO POLE
Welcome to our pole family! In this introductory workshop, you’ll learn basic skills i.e. proper muscle engagement, grips, spinning technique and transitions.
You MUST complete Intro to Pole before enrolling in Pole 100. (If you have previous pole experience, please contact us via email before registering.) $25 or one class pass hour.
You've taken Intro to Pole and are ready to start learning more spins, practice transitional floorwork, and reach new heights by training your pole climb.
Students usually take 4 to 6 classes at this level before attempting the Pole 100 test. Pre-requisite: Intro to Pole, or instructor permission.
You’re getting stronger now! As a beginner-intermediate student, you’ll be learning a number of sits and poses up the pole, and continue practicing more spins and transitions. You’ll also rev up the core conditioning to prepare for level 300!
Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Pole 100 test or instructor permission.
You’re ready to invert! As an intermediate student, you’ll learn the fundamentals of inversion technique, start working on inverted positions such as leg hangs and butterfly. and continue adding more advanced spins to your arsenal.
Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Pole 200 test or instructor permission.
The sky’s the limit! You’re taking on more challenging inversions such as shoulder mounts, brass monkey, and ayesha.
Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Pole 300 test or instructor permission. Must be able to invert aerially.
Congrats, you are a pole star! You’ll be working on advanced grips, dynamic aerial combinations, and setting individual pole goals with the help of an instructor.
Pre-requisite: Successful completion of 400 level AND instructor permission.
60 minute open studio time for pole students to further practice what they've been working on in regular class. Perfect for getting extra training on a "nemesis" move, revisiting some basics, or getting some extra pole time in.
1. Pre-req: Intro to Pole
2. Instructor will be in studio, but will not be providing formal instruction.
3 . Students are not to teach other students.
One Open Pole or Aerial Pass ($15)
SPIN POLE BASICS
If you've never tried spin pole before, start here! We'll learn the fundamentals of working on spin pole, including creating and controlling speed, climbing technique and much more! For those who have a few spin pole classes under their belts, this is also a good class to review spin pole basics.
Pre-requisite: Intro to Pole, must also be able to climb and sit at Pole 100-level.
SPIN POLE (INT/ADV)
Continue translating what you're training on static pole onto spin pole! We'll work on using momentum to your advantage, and moving with fluidity and grace for different poses or through mini-combinations. Intermediate to advanced moves (such as inversions, leg hangs, brass monkey, etc...) will be trained. Spin pole conditioning exercises are trained at the beginning of each class as well.
Pre-req: Intro to Pole and Spin Pole Basics. Also recommended to have taken at least a few of our regular static pole classes .
Working on individual pole moves is one thing, but connecting a series of moves together, making it look good, and to the music on top of that is a whole new type of challenge.
In this 2 hour workshop, we'll learn a saucy routine that exercises both your mind and body!
Pre-req: Intro to Pole, comfort with pirouettes and basic pole flow transitions. Heels encouraged, but not required.
Do you think freestyling time = torture? Perfect your transitions by learning combinations that seamlessly connect moves of all levels and put your own stamp on your dancing!
Pre-requisite: Intro to Pole. Heels encouraged, but not required.