The Studio Spin Pole Instructor Training program was created by pole veteran Rachel Skye to provide an in-depth understanding of the body mechanics and safety of pole dance as a form of physical movement. This program is comprised of lecture, demonstration, teacher labs, written and practical exam.
This training program is for anyone with at least 1-year of pole training, who wants to make the transition from student to instructor or just have a better understanding of pole mechanics. This 20-hour training weekend will provide you with the the knowledge and tools to become a dynamic and creative instructor including:
• How to teach over 90+ pole transitions, spins, holds, poses and climbs
• How to format a class
• How to positively engage with your students
• Key elements to a successful warm-up
• How to cue your class verbally, visually and tactilely
• Anatomy as it pertains to pole
• Conditioning exercises
• How to progress and modify pole moves
• Instructor manual & USB drive of videos
Download our guide to learn about all the steps to become a full fledged instructor as well as what to expect once you begin teaching. Send us your name and email and we’ll send you our Becoming A Pole Instructor Guide.
Includes 20-hour in-person training, training manual and USB drive of skill demos.
Payment plan is available. $349 due at registration and remaining balance is due 1 week prior to training. Click the ‘Book Now’ button above to register.
Registration is non-refundable however, you may transfer your registration to the next training given 2-weeks notice.
This training does not guarantee job placement at Studio Spin. If you wish to apply for a teaching position at Studio Spin, fill out our Instructor Application.
Rachel is an award-winning pole competitor, performer and seasoned pole instructor. Having a passion for dance and adrenaline all her life, she began her pole dance journey in January of 2009 and started teaching just four months later! With a diverse background of gymnastics, kickboxing and extreme sports, she inherited the nickname “Daredevil” early on in her pole dance career for her fearlessness towards learning new tricks. Her career has taken her up and down the East Coast performing for shows, competitions, events, music videos and film.
With over 14 years experience teaching pole dance to 100s of students, she has created a successful pole curriculum and philosophy of teaching at Studio Spin. She believes it’s important for the student to understand the ‘why’ behind executing a technique a certain way in order for the student to continue growing in their pole journey.
Rachel is an AFAA-certified group fitness instructor, trained in injury prevention, pole spotting, Mat Science and communication, and continues her training to stay up-to-date on pole safety. Her passion, funny personality and enthusiasm shine through in her classes. Her goal as an instructor is to uplift and motivate her students with positive energy. And allow them to discover their own creative style.
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.