Most pole and dance instructors begin their training program at an early age. There are many different levels of the process that takes place, so we will only provide the information on the level of your level of instruction.
Level One of the Posedancer Program can be completed in as little as four months, in less than 6 hours of classes each week.
Level Two of the Posedancer Program can be completed in five weeks, in approximately 8 hours of classes and one half hour of pole dance. However, we encourage you to start your training on Level One as soon as possible.
Level Three (also included in Level Two) can be completed in eight weeks, or less if possible, at around 18 classes and one half hour of pole dance (see below)
You will get a very good education from learning to pole dance and we will also provide you with basic classes in all of the fundamentals you will need to make pole dance feel natural to you. For the beginner student, this may mean that you don’t have a pole but a wooden pole that you can only swing at you so far before it breaks.
For the more advanced student, this may mean that you don’t have a pole but a pole pole, or perhaps even a wooden pole that you can’t swing on, but you still have a very good grasp of all the fundamentals of pole form. The goal of the Level Two Posedancer does not lie in perfecting your pole technique because we know that your actual pole form will improve over time. It is more that you are developing a very firm foundation in proper form and mechanics, so that you can move effortlessly with your partner. If our Level Two classes are your first step, the goal is to have progressed your pole form enough to have learned how to swing your pole and not get frustrated with having to take your time.
If your pole can be brought into a straight line, then you can now begin practicing your actual swings or steps to make them more fluid. Many students also begin this process by swinging their pole or having someone come into their room and start whipping it out in front of they. If you prefer a more natural feel with your pole, then we also teach you how to use it to bounce your pole against a wall (so called Bounce and Twirl) to make that smooth transition between pole and floor dancing. But we also teach you how to do a few other interesting tricks that will make you stand out in almost every way possible, so that you
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