Breaking Stereotypes

The origins of dancing around a pole can be widely debated with references throughout history. From Maypole, a pagan fertility celebration, dating back to the 12th Century, to the traditional Indian sport of mallakhamb, which utilizes principles of endurance and strength on a wooden pole. The Chinese pole, includes circus professionals on a special rubber covered pole approximately 3-9 meters in height. We see glimpses of the pole breaking into pop culture as early as the 1950s with the rock and roll invasion & Elvis Presley’s “Jailhouse Rock”.

You can find different explanations and theories of “Where did pole dance come from?” And ultimately each person will choose their own “history” to create their perception of POLE DANCING.


POLE DANCING that we have today is globally recognized sport and exercise form. Practiced by professionals competing at the highest levels, while also being a daily fitness practice for the average gym-goer. There are internationally recognised pole athletes and competitions, but the sport is highly accessible to all with limited equipment needs and studios in most major cities around the globe. The benefits are numerous including improvements in muscular endurance, strength, coordination, flexibility and balance skills. At the same time, exotic pole dance, builds confidence, sensuality, and grace.

It can fit to any gender and age, depending on what type of pole dancing style works for you.


Our mission is to give you a foundation of pole dance skills that will let you explore the variety of pole dance styles. In taking on this sport you will become stronger, motivated, and confident. You will achieve things you did not believe yourself capable of. You will be consistently challenged and never bored because this sport has endless variations and combinations for you to explore and express your own creativity while having fun and getting in the best shape of your life.