Can I join the program straight away?
Absolutely! if you’re a beginner, we recommend you come along to our Pole Foundation classes to learn all the spins, grips and tricks. From there you can explore other classes. If you’ve already been us for months or years then even better – you’ll have a great understanding of the timetable and what classes you want to reserve each week!
What level am I in?
If you’re new to the studio, you will start in Pole Foundations. If you are changing studios or have experience we can organise a free assessment with one of our instructors to determine your level in our program.
How much notice do I need to give to cancel a class?
We require at least 24 hours notice. This gives another student the opportunity to organise their schedule. For exceptional circumstances we may credit your session, however in most cases you will forfeit your session. Please stay organised!
How do I book my preferred Pole & Aerial Classes?
All sessions are now organised through the website or The Pole Room app, available for iPhone and Android. You have control of your schedule so you can book in and out of classes as you please.
Can I use my sessions at all studios?
Yes you can.
What happens after I finish my session pack?
If you love the program (which we’re confident that you will) you are welcome to join us as a Member or continue purchasing session packs.
It looks hard. Is Pole for me?
Pole is absolutely for everyone. Many times you will see Pole performers in videos, going upside down and doing breathtaking tricks. These are high level athletes showcasing their talents. Pole is much simpler than this and at the beginner level you’ll find much more basic spins, grips and twists.
Do I have to be strong, flexible or fit in general before I begin?
No and we certainly don’t expect you to be any of the above. If you feel you are below average then we can help you come up with a plan to improve.
What should I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable however we do recommend that you wear shorts so you have skin to grip to the pole.