Technique and Form

In pole dancing, there is a spectrum of style that you can find yourself on, settling into a groove of preferences. That’s where our own personal flair begins to shine.

Regardless of where you are on that style spectrum, understanding body mechanics and practicing proper technique will help you ace goal moves and reduce your downtime or risk of injury.

This section has something for every level and every style, allowing you to celebrate your inner sultry minx or powerful goddess safely.

Inverted Crucifix Tutorial

Inverted Crucifix Tutorial

Hello everyone! Welcome to our Inverted Crucifix tutorial. We’ll walk you through each step from arm position, to getting your legs up and around...

The Ultimate Guide to Grips and Holds

The Ultimate Guide to Grips and Holds

Today’s article was a request from a couple of polers in the community: different hand grips and grip variations on the pole. Before we jump in,...

How to Do a Basic Climb

How to Do a Basic Climb

A proper pole climb is an important part of pole dancing, helping you move up and down the pole with ease and grace. It’s important to note that the...

How to Invert

How to Invert

In it’s most basic form, inverting is a way to get upside-down on the pole quickly and easily. Being able to invert opens you up to a whole new...

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