Pole classes

Poledance og pole fitness classes

Read here about our different pole fitness and pole dance classes. Our pole classes can advantageously be combined with our “Non pole classes”, which will support your pole training in various ways.


Pole Level 1

Pole fitness for beginners

“Pole Level 1″ classes are our pole fitness technique classes for pole beginners, and for those of you who want a try out class and never have tried pole dance or pole fitness before. In this class you will learn all the basic pole fitness techniques and build the basic strength on the pole in your own pace. Everyone can join these classes. You will e.g. learn exercises as the Tease, pole walk, basic spins, climbing the pole, the pole sit etc. Before you move on to “Pole Level 2”, you will have to ask your instructor if you are ready to move up the next pole fitness level. When you have moved on to “Pole Level 2”, it is no longer allowed to take “Pole Level 1” classes, in respect of your own progress. In all “Pole level 1” classes we have certain focus areas that we change every week, so you get a chance to work thoroughly through specific moves and get new exercises every week.

What to wear: Regular training clothes that you feel comfortable in. Bring shorts. We train barefoot.

Pole Level 2

Pole fitness for intermediates

“Pole Level 2″ classes are our pole fitness technique classes for intermediates. You will start here when you are completely secure in all the basic pole fitness exercises from “Pole level 1” and have built a good basic strength as well  as good pole fitness techniques. There will be a good amount of hanging upside down and you will learn pole fitness exercises like leghangs, Princess, Superman, short combinations of tricks etc. Before you move on to “Pole Level 2”, you will have to ask your instructor if you are ready to move up the next pole fitness level. When you have moved on to “Pole Level 2”, it is no longer allowed to take “Pole Level 1” classes, in respect of your own progress. In all “Pole level 2” classes we have certain focus areas that we change every week, so you get a chance to work thoroughly through specific moves and get new exercises every week.

What to wear: Regular training clothes that you feel comfortable in. Bring shorts. We train barefoot.

Pole Level 3

Pole fitness for advanced

“Pole Level 3″ classes are our pole fitness technique classes for advanced. You will attend these pole fitness classes when you are very secure in all pole fitness exercises from “Pole Level 1” and “Pole Level 2”. You must have a solid strength and strong techniques in these classes. Here you will learn pole fitness tricks such as shoulder mount, handsprings, cocoon, flips, deadlifts, drops, longer combinations etc. Before you move on to “Pole Level 3”, you will have to ask your instructor if you are ready to move up the next pole fitness level. When you have moved on to “Pole Level 3”, it is no longer allowed to take “Pole Level 2” classes, in respect of your own progress. In all “Pole level 3” classes we have certain focus areas that we change every week, so you get a chance to work thoroughly through specific moves and get new exercises every week.

What to wear: Regular training clothes that you feel comfortable in. Bring shorts. We train barefoot.

Pole Art

Pole choreography

“Pole Art” is a  pole dance choreography class for all levels, where the style often is elegant and the choreography is inspired by other dance styles like for example ballet, contemporary dance, hip hop etc. Throughout this pole dance class, the focus will be on beautiful movements, dancing, musicality, choreography and being able to express oneself through the dance. You must take at least 10 “Pole Level 1” classes  before taking this class, so you are more comfortable with the basic exercises. We dance to the same track and work on the same pole dance choreography for 4 to 8 weeks. You don’t have to participate in the choreography from the beginning to join, but be aware that the longer the class has worked on the same dance the more difficult it is to follow along. This is a great class to become more adept at combining pole moves into a dance, and challenge yourself with new – and fun movements.

What to wear: Regular training clothes that you feel comfortable in. Bring shorts and knee pads. We train barefoot.

Exotic flow

Pole choreography

“Exotic flow” is a  pole dance choreography class for all levels. The style is inspired from Russia, and we will focus on the flow and certain movements. We wear pole heels, but you can take part barefoot. Throughout this pole dance class, the focus will be on beautiful movements, dancing, musicality, choreography and being able to express oneself through the dance. You must take at least 10 “Pole Level 1” classes  before taking this class, so you are more comfortable with the basic exercises. We dance to the same track and work on the same pole dance choreography for 4 to 8 weeks. You don’t have to participate in the choreography from the beginning to join, but be aware that the longer the class has worked on the same dance the more difficult it is to follow along. This is a great class to become more adept at combining pole moves into a dance, and challenge yourself with new – and fun movements.

What to wear: Regular training clothes that you feel comfortable in. Bring shorts and knee pads. We wear pole heels.

Pole Classique

Pole choreography

“Exotic flow” is a  pole dance choreography class for all levels. The style is inspired from Australia (Aussie style), and is feminin, sensual and expressive. We wear pole heels, but you can take part barefoot. Throughout this pole dance class, the focus will be on beautiful movements, dancing, musicality, choreography and being able to express oneself through the dance. You must take at least 10 “Pole Level 1” classes  before taking this class, so you are more comfortable with the basic exercises. We dance to the same track and work on the same pole dance choreography for 4 to 8 weeks. You don’t have to participate in the choreography from the beginning to join, but be aware that the longer the class has worked on the same dance the more difficult it is to follow along. This is a great class to become more adept at combining pole moves into a dance, and challenge yourself with new – and fun movements.

What to wear: Regular training clothes that you feel comfortable in. Bring shorts and knee pads. We wear pole heels.