Unleash Your Childhood Fearlessness

Remember when you were a young child and curious about everything? We were bold and fearless in our pursuit of knowledge, wanting to know about all the things the world had to offer. This thirst for adventure was both good and bad. Sometimes we had to learn things the hard way, but it was still a lesson. The innocence of youth allowed us to experience life in an active format.

As we grew older and experience enlightened us, it also exposed us to the constricting emotion of fear. Fear serves a purpose. It helps to keep us out of harm’s way. But it can also restrict us from achieving the best version of ourselves we can be. In order to keep growing as humans, we must take risks to experience new things. Allowing our fears to overcome our ability to try something different brings us to a stalemate in our progress.

The biggest fear stopping us from becoming the best representation of ourselves manifests in the form of failure. How many times have we walked away from a move in class because we struggled with it? We toss it to the end of the trick list, refusing to try it again for a while, sometimes forever. Was it because we didn’t want to learn the move? No. The little voice in the back of our mind telling us we’ll never get it is keep us from trying it again. The fear of failing and never getting it prevents us from progressing.

Never is such a definitive word, yet our minds like to measure things in the extreme. We want immediate gratification both in pole and in life. Don’t be afraid to take risks, to learn from our failures, and keep building ourselves into someone better. Yes, it will take work. It might take a different strategy. Next time we want to quit, just listen to the rhythmic beat of our hearts as our mind start to tell us to stop. Use that heartbeat to remind us to live and be bold. Embrace the fear and keep pushing forward despite it.

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Intro to Pole Intensive



Curated for the absolute beginner, this thoughtful 2 1/2 hour intensive is so much more than an introduction to pole dance. It’s also an introduction to our studio culture, values and community of dancers. We approach pole dance as a means to discover your authentic self and to enjoy and appreciate your body. We want you to feel stronger, confident and daring not just physically, but emotionally and mentally as well.

Get ready to not only learn some exciting pole moves, but also learn something new about yourself!

Boudoir Photoshoot

Saturday, April 20 10am-3pm

Boudoir Minis with Emila Avila

Just a heads up...


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.