Feels just right in our hands
Just like sexuality, pole fitness and movement has been taboo for so long. We use the pole to reclaim our strength and our sexuality.
Looking to buy a pole for your home?
We're your one stop shop with our affiliate Xpole.
& Frequent Misconceptions
Q: I'm not strong enough / fit enough for pole
A: Our classes are structured to build strength over time, you don't need upper body strength to start you will have it in no time at all!
Q: What should I wear?
A: The pole likes your skin. Shorts and a tank top are ideal for pole movement.
Q: What mm of pole should I buy?
A: 45mm and 50mm are the most popular. If you were a student in our studio, our poles were 50mm until we received a few 45mm "skinny poles".
Q: Chrome or Stainless Steel?
A: There are many finishes for poles, we recommend either Chrome or Stainless Steel.
Stainless Steel poles are silver in color and are highly polished to give a smooth and shiny finish, which can prove slippery for some people and also requires more grip strength to use. So if you're more advanced, or if you're a beginner and want to push yourselves with a pole that can be somewhat challenging, go with Stainless Steel.
Chrome poles are also silver in color, but have a mirror finish. They are Steel poles that have been coated in Chromium to produce a beautifully shiny finish. Chrome poles are the most common poles seen in studios and in competitions. Chrome naturally has a bit more grip than Stainless Steel, so is a very good choice for beginners.
Q: Do I need to drill it into my ceiling?
A: You can buy a tension rod which is sort of like a shower curtain rod (but the other way!). It won't leave any damage and you don't need to drill it into your floor/ceiling.
Also available are poles that you do drill into your floor/ceiling.
Both are secure, it's a personal choice based on your space and your home.
Take a Pole Class
See our schedule below to book your next pole class!