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Guide to Dancing in Heels

There’s no feeling like trying on your first pair of pole heels. When you first stand up, you feel a certain kind of empowerment – and perhaps a little wobbly uncertainty – but there’s no denying that there is a definite appeal to the way pole heels...

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Learning How You Learn

In pole dancing, one of the largest disconnects we come across – as students and as instructors – is learning different mechanics, moves, routines, and so on the way that we need to learn them.   As a student, it can be hard to figure out why we...

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How to Build a Show

  Hey everyone, Elliot here. Most of my life I've been a performer, and whether it involves performing magic on the street, acrobatics on a renaissance faire stage, or juggling in a living room (sorry mom!) I would like to think I have learned a couple of...

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Does Pole Dancing Stop Hurting?

If you’ve been poling for a while, chances are you remember those first few classes where everything hurt! Holy cow, how did the instructor do a pole sit without cringing? Now, if you’re more advanced, chances are your basic climb doesn’t give you any trouble, and...

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All About Tendonitis

Tendonitis is an injury of the tendons near a joint. In pole dancing, this injury affects most commonly the elbow joint or shoulder, however, it can also happen with the knee, wrist, or calf. This is an unfortunately common injury in the pole dancing community, and...

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