If you’ve never done anything like pole dancing before, a Free Trial is the perfect opportunity for you! It’s an ideal way to dip your toes into the exhilarating world of pole dancing without any commitment. During the Free Trial, you’ll get a taste of the empowering classes, experience our supportive community, and see how pole dancing can bring out your confidence and strength.
To ensure you have the best experience, here’s a checklist of what you should bring:
- Comfortable Workout Attire: Wear something that allows you to move freely and comfortably. Leggings, shorts, or athletic wear are great options. Avoid clothing that may restrict your movements.
- Water Bottle: Staying hydrated is essential during physical activities. Bring a water bottle to keep yourself refreshed throughout the class.
- Positive Attitude: Come with an open mind and a positive attitude. Pole dancing is an empowering experience, and having a positive mindset will enhance your journey.
- Hair Tie: If you have long hair, bringing a hair tie will keep your hair out of the way during the class.
- Arrive Early: Plan to arrive a few minutes before the scheduled class time. This allows you to sign in, get acquainted with the studio, and meet the instructor.
- Curiosity and Enthusiasm: Most importantly, bring your curiosity and enthusiasm! Embrace the experience with an eagerness to learn and explore something new.
We’ll also send you a reminder on what to bring once your Free Trial has been scheduled; the studio will provide all the necessary equipment. Just come prepared to have a fantastic time and discover the magic of pole dancing!
Your free trial class will run for an hour. The class will include a warm-up, an introduction to the pole, and guidance from an experienced instructor to help you get comfortable with the movements. It’s designed to give you a taste of what our program is all about and to help you gauge if it’s something you’d like to pursue further. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early to ensure you’re signed in and ready to go!
During your free trial class, there are a few expectations that will contribute to a positive and enjoyable experience:
- Open-mindedness: Come to the class with an open mind and a willingness to try something new. Pole dancing may be different from other activities you’ve tried, so embrace the opportunity to explore this unique art form.
- Active Participation: Engage actively in the class activities and follow the instructions of the instructor. Participate in the warm-up, learn the basic movements, and try out some simple pole tricks.
- Positive Attitude: Approach the class with a positive attitude and a willingness to challenge yourself. Even if some movements may feel unfamiliar at first, stay optimistic and enjoy the learning process.
- Enjoyment and Fun: Most importantly, have fun! Pole dancing is not only a physical activity but also an opportunity for self-expression and empowerment.
Remember, the free trial class is designed to give you a taste of what’s possible. Arrive early and discover what our program and studio has to offer
No, you do not have to wear heels to your free trial class. When attending a pole dance class, especially as a beginner, it is not necessary to wear heels. Pole dancing can be done barefoot, and many beginners prefer this option as it allows for better grip and stability on the pole.
Wearing comfortable workout attire is more important for your free trial class. Opt for clothing that allows you to move freely and comfortably, such as leggings, shorts, or athletic wear. Also, consider wearing a sports bra or tank top for women to ensure unrestricted movement.
As you progress in your pole dance journey and become more comfortable with the movements, you may choose to wear heels for certain routines or performances. However, wearing heels is entirely optional and not required, especially during the early stages of learning pole dancing.
So, feel free to leave the heels at home and come to your free trial class dressed in comfortable workout attire. Focus on enjoying the experience, exploring the basic movements, and discovering the joy of pole dancing without any pressure to wear heels.