Each studio location has its own schedule, instructor and unique vibe. If you’re on a membership at CBD, Mitcham or Kilsyth you can use your classes across all these company owned locations. If you’re a Highett member or purchased a package for Highett you are unable to move across studios.
Dance classes (unless doing advanced choreography) and conditioning classes will rarely require you to grip onto the pole with your skin. Leggings, shorts, shirt, jumpers, whatever’s comfortable and easy for you to dance or move in. In class there’s a chance you’ll get hot and sweaty so bring a light change of clothes if needed. Check the class description below to see if knee pads and heels are required.
Heels are typically worn only in our Pole Dance or Floorwork classes. Check the class description to see if heels are recommended. In some cases students will opt not to wear them and that’s totally fine!
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.