What should I wear?

Pole Classes: Please wear shorts and whatever sort of top you feel comfortable in. Dancing heels are always welcome in classes, though never required.

Lyra Classes: Please wear leggings or pants and whatever sort of top you feel comfortable in. No particular shoes are recommended.

Twerk & Floorwork Classes: Please bring kneepads or wear pants covering your knees. Dancing heels are often acceptable in floorwork classes. Twerk classes are usually performed barefoot or in clean sneakers.

Stretch Classes: Please wear moveable clothing. Layers are often recommended to keep your muscles warm as you stretch.

AVOID wearing metal jewelry on your hands or wrists and please do not apply any lotion the day you attend class.  Even in the morning!  This is a safety issue for yourself and others who will touch the pole after you.

Note for all classes: No street shoes are allowed in the studio


Do I need to have upper body strength to start?

Absolutely not! Pole and aerial classes will develop all of the strength you need with the exercises in class. While of course cross-training or prior athletic experience may help some feel more comfortable when starting off, most studentsstart with no prior athletic or dance background.


Do the apparatuses have a weight limit?

Our poles and hoops are professional and industrial grade made to support men and women of all shapes and sizes! All apparatuses are installed securely and checked regularly for safety.


Do you have to be female?

We pride ourselves on being a non-discriminatory studio, and all genders are allowed in any of our classes. If you identify as a male or prefer less integration of feminine movement in your pole work, we offer a “Tom Cats” class on Saturdays at 1:15p


Is there an age limit?

Movement is for all ages! None of our leveled classes are age specific, but if you prefer surrounding yourself with more mature individuals, be sure to check out our Pole Cougar classes on Thursday evenings!


You can join in our Kitten level classes at any time!  These classes are designed for newbies so you'll be comfortable coming in.  Be sure to sign up online to reserve your spot, because they often fill up! Note our Stretch & Flexibility, Twerk, and Floorwork classes are also open to all levels to join!

When do I start?