Frequently Asked Questions
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How soon in advance should I book my bachelorette party?
We can take your reservation one year in advance if needed. When you know the date and time you would like to have your party, call us to find out about availability. We book up quickly so call sooner rather then later to ensure you get your preferred party time.
I would like to lose weight. Which classes should I take?
To lose weight (such as from body fat), it's important to burn calories and build muscle. Our Booty Camp class is one of our highest calorie burning classes. Booty camp will improve your cardio, and improve both your upper and lower body strength and nicely tone and shape your muscles. Pole dancing is one of the most unique ways to workout. Many thought pole dancing was just a fad, sure to come and go however we all know pole dancing is here to stay because it can drastically transform your body and it's fun! Start with pole dancing level 1 and be sure to take at least two days off a week. We suggest that you try a new class every week to keep your workouts interesting. Our goal is to make sure your time in the 'gym' is fun! As with any weight loss program make sure that you are following a nutrition program that provides your body with fiber and a adequate amounts of protein, carbohydrates and essential fatty acids. We have a registered dietitian on staff available for consultation.
What should I wear to pole dancing and lap dancing class?
If you are starting at Level 1 Pole Dancing, dress comfortably in clothes that you would wear to the gym. Yoga pants or shorts are fine with a workout top or t-shirt. For your footwear you can wear a flexible running shoe, socks, or barefeet. Heels are welcome too! In Level 3 you must wear shorts so that your legs can grip the pole. Remember, no lotion on your hands and legs on class day. In Lap Dancing class, dress in comfortable clothing, just as you would in Level 1 Pole Dancing. We are looking forward to having you in class!
Not dancing, but would like to learn more about this popular business.
I think you would find any of my DVDs interesting, however specifically, I would recommend my book: Stripper Success Secrets (part 2) With 42 chapters, plus an interview with both Georgia Lawrence (co-author) and myself, this book uncovers everything, revealing exactly what being a dancer entails. We also look at what it's like to have a dancer in your life; you may know one and not even realize it! One book I have come to love is 'The Pole Story' by Claire Griffen Sterrett. In the Pole Story, Claire attempts to tackle a variety of complicated issues and provide dancers a way through some of the challenges and prejudice they may face because of their decision to dance sensually. She brings into light the healing aspects of this sensual, erotic based movement. This is a place for newcomers as much as it is for the seasoned pole dancer. It's a place where you can ask questions, get tips and advice and hopefully learn something new about the beautiful, amazing, erotic art of pole dancing.
What is your diet like?
To sum it up, I do my best to eat as natural as possible. In each meal I have Protein, Carbs, and Fats. Examples of each: Protein: eggs, fish, chicken, turkey, steak. Carbohydrates: oatmeal, sweet potatoes, brown rice. Goods Fats: essential fatty acids such as flax oil, Udo's Choice Oil, grape seed oil, extra virgin olive oil, almonds, avocado. Are you interested in learning more about what foods are right for you, portion sizes, and meal frequency? Join us at the studio for workshops on nutrition, and meet with our in house dietitian.
I have a dance back ground, should I still start at Pole Dancing level 1?
Yes, please take a few level 1 classes to learn the basics in pole dancing. Each level builds on the previous level.
Where can I buy your DVDs?
We now carry most titles at the studio. If you are not able to visit us personally, simply order this website.
I am almost 50 years young. What ages are at your studio?
Ages 18 - 60 however we have accepted 17 with guardian's permission and of course 60+ is always welcome. In fact ladies aged 60+ enjoy 50% off!
You have volumes 1, 2, 3, 4 and then 7. What happened to 5 and 6?
Volume 5 was originally called: "Fitness for the Dancer" however I updated it in 2003, improving the picture and sound produced it so that it is more marketable to the fitness industry. It's now called: "Making Fitness Fun" Volume 6 is called: "Male Exotic Dancing" and is an instructional DVD for men. Yes, we women love having them return the favor!
I would like to learn how to strip tease. Which videos are important for me?
If you are just starting out and want to learn for at home, you would benefit most from volume 4, Lap Dancing & Entertaining Your Man. This video was create for exotic dancers and women who would like to dance for their partner. If you want to start working as an exotic dancer or simply have an interest in the moves dancers use on the pole and on stage (dancing and floor work), pick up a copy of 'Pole Work' and 'Dance Moves & Floor Work.'
Do men pole dance?
Yes, men pole dance (workout) and we have several co-ed classes. We believe pole fitness is for all people, male and female, young and not so young. We also offer Male Birthday Parties, and Bachelor Parties. We will make your special event one you remember for a life time.
Can we video tape our parties?
You are welcome to take still photos, and if you want video, we suggest you use TAO Pole Fitness which is a professional video production company. Tao is female owned. She will video tape your party and edit all the special moments into one incredibly memorable video. Call us for information and to arrange Tao 702-878-7653
What should my friends and I wear to our pole dancing party?
During the Day: Wear workout attire or get official pole dancing gear from us. We have tank tops, shorts and yoga pants available.
At Night: If you're hitting the clubs after you party, try wear clothes that aren't too tight or too short! We have shorts and tank tops available for purchase if needed. Good rule of thumb, make sure you can sit down in your pants!