What would life look like if you prioritized yourself?

Join us in our 4-week Intro Series and find out.

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We are not your typical pole/aerial/dance studio.

We don’t teach dance so you can learn how to be a better dancer or performer. We teach dance so you can learn how to be a better version of you. A version of you that prioritizes your self-growth and body exploration. We offer a 2-year curriculum that uses dance and movement as a means to create a deeper connection to your body, sensuality and creativity. And the 4-week Intro Series is your starting point on that journey. 

The Intro Series is a set of four classes that meet the same day and time each week and are filled with growth, elevation and exploration. Learn and grow with the same instructor and classmates for 4 weeks. Work with a partner in class to achieve your goals and celebrate your wins. Learn about our studio culture and our philosophy of teaching. 

Choose whether you’d like to start your journey with Pole Dance or Lyra. 

Intro Series Investment: $116

UPCOMING INTRO TO POLE SERIES

THURSDAYS AT 7:45pm
Meets June  6, 13, 20 & 27

If you are just looking to try pole dance as a one-time experience, then we recommend signing up for The Pole Dance Experience. This is a one-time 75-minute class, perfect for newbies who want to give pole dance a try for fun without committing to a weekly class.

What to Expect

ARRIVE 10 minutes before class to sign in at the front desk. You are not permitted to join class if you walk into the studio more than 5 minutes after class has started. Being on time for class shows respect! Walking into the studio late for class is not! 

WEAR COMFORTABLE workout clothing. If taking a pole class, wear shorts. You need that skin to grip the pole baby! If taking a lyra class, wear a fitted shirt or tank top and leggings. If taking a floorwork class, bring knee pads. We don’t enjoy bruised knees. 

BRING A WATER BOTTLE. Hydration is bae. We have a water cooler in case you need to refill.

STORE BELONGINGS in the cubbies provided.

REMOVE all rings and bracelets. Jewelry will damage our equipment. Small earrings and body piercings are okay.

LEAVE THE KIDDOS AT HOME. We do not allow children to sit in the waiting room during class. The atmosphere of our studio is designed with our adult clients in mind. Therefore, we do not allow children under the age of 15 in the studio.

BE OPEN-MINDED while in class. We do creative exercises, have introspective discussions, have students work in partners, and encourage you to push past your comfort zone. 😉 After all, isn’t that why you signed up for class with us?!

TAG US! Use #studiospin and #studiospinsters in all of your awesome social media posts.

What Not to Expect

A fitness-based class. We appreciate a good gym workout, but we are NOT a gym. We’re here for the creative outlet, confidence building, sensual connection and self-discovery through movement.

Judgement or shame. Period!

Mean girl vibes. 

One type of body shape in class. We celebrate all all shapes, sizes, ages and backgrounds in our space. We love the individuality that everyone brings to the studio!

Answers to your FAQ's about the Intro Series ⇢

That is totally okay…and honestly to be expected if you’re new to pole dance! Our series is thoughtfully curated for beginners, to help you build strength and trust in your body while learning. You become stronger by trying. Strength is not a prerequisite to take class with us. 

Part of the reason our Intro Class experience is structured as a 4-week series is to encourage you to prioritize this time for yourself each week. Consistency is sexy! We understand that life can sometimes throw unexpected curveballs, and missing a class can feel disappointing. While we don’t offer make-up classes, you are able to pick up where you left off in the next class.

Yes, all of our classes are available to all genders. 

When signing up for the Intro Series, you have the option to also sign up a guest. You will need to provide their name, phone number and email address. However we encourage you and your friend to individually sign up.

Even if you already have some beginner-level experience, whether it’s from taking previous classes elsewhere or self-taught, we still encourage you to take our Intro Series because it also serves as an introduction to our studio culture, and how we approach teaching pole and lyra.

However, if you are intermediate to advanced in your practice (meaning you’ve been consistently training for 5+ months), please call the studio to find out which class is best for you.  

Heels are not required. Pole is easier to learn barefoot. You will work your way up to adding the weight of the heels to your dance movement if you would like to use them later on. You will only be allowed to wear approved “dancer” heels that have a proper rubber bottom and secure backing as they are safer and appropriate. Regular high heels are not allowed. But no worries, we sell a variety of heels at the studio to help get you started! If you really want to dance in heels, you are encouraged to attend a Heels class!

Continue your momentum and self-growth with the many class options that we offer like Pole Elements or Lyra Elements. During your intro series, we will recommend which classes are best for you to continue on with, so you are never left wondering, what comes next.

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JUNE 8 AT 12PM

Double Trouble Workshop

with

Rachel

Grab your BFF and celebrate National Best Friend Day (and Rachel’s bday) dancing and shakin’ what ya momma gave ya! Learn a fun, upbeat ‘doubles’ dance routine that you can do with your best friend! This dance routine will include some twerking, floorwork and a few classic dance grooves! No previous dance experience necessary, just a desire to try anything.

Boudoir Photoshoot

Saturday, April 20 10am-3pm

Boudoir Minis with Emila Avila

Just a heads up...

Happy
Holidays

We will be closed for holiday break from December 24 through January 3. During this time, we will not be available by phone or email. We will return email inquiries and/or phone calls on January 4.