Types of Classes / Timetable
Our class are categorised according to various levels which are explained in detail below.
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|08h00 (45 mins)||
Silver Pole Combos
Pole Trial Classes
The classes are designed for beginner ladies who have never tried pole dancing before. A few basic moves are taught which are combined to form a routine to provide you with an idea of what you could expect in an actual class.
This class includes:
45 minute pole dance lesson
Our Bronze pole classes are designed for ladies who are starting classes after being introduced via a Trial class or starting out in the world of Pole Dance.
The moves taught in this category are introductory, uncomplicated and fun! This category serves as the initial foundation for all the other Pole Dance categories. You are taught the preliminary technique of Spins, Climbs and Inverts along with combination steps and poses which will be built upon as you progress in your dance categories! Routines taught in this category do not exceed a 2.5 minute time frame.
Our Silver pole classes are for ladies who passed their Bronze Medal Assessment. In this category you will be expected to know how to climb, invert and do basic spins taught to you in the Bronze category.
Here you learn how to use different techniques to perform moves you have learnt in the Bronze category. You will also be taught additional advanced Silver pole moves to prepare you for moving up to the Gold Category.
Dance routines will also form part of your training and in this level, with the assistance of our Pole Fit classes, your stamina would have increased and you would comfortably have the ability to dance for 3.5 minutes without pausing!
In the Gold category, you would still be using all your knowledge from the Bronze and Silver Categories, however it would be amplified to include further advanced moves!
The combo’s of dance moves and routines are elevated! You will be taught how to move around the pole effortlessly. The dance routines practiced in this category will comprise of 4.5 minutes.
The Platinum pole category is the most advanced of all! Your development in these classes will prepare you for performing a 6 minute routine which would include spins, climbing & invert variations together with advanced technical moves!
In this level you continue learning technical moves you never dreamed would be possible!
Pole flow is aimed at teaching you how to move around the Pole and Floor effortlessly! Classes will differ in relation to the various genres of Pole Fitness, i.e. Sexy, Classic, Artistic. This class will focus more on dance in comparison to the actual technical learnings as it is open to all levels. It will include a Warm up, appropriate stretching for the routine which includes Pole Techniques and a cool down.
Pilates and Pole... what better combination could you ask for?!
The Pole Fit class is highly recommended for ALL levels! These classes are never the same! It ranges from a chair, HiiT, Floor or Pole workout. Pole Fit classes could include a mixture of all these diciplines! You will develop the strength and stamina required for the Pole techniques and in additon to getting a great workout, you will tone your body! These classes work extremely well in combination with the Pole classes! You will never be bored!
The body flex classes are an important facet as it compliments all our classes. Flexibility is an aspect of health that many people neglect. In these classes you will be taught how to stretch in a safe manner involving various techniques. Flexibility is important because tight muscles can create problems throughout your body. If your muscles are tight, they can cause a reduced range of motion throughout your body. This can hinder your ability to perform certain moves as well as contribute to issues with everyday activities. Becoming more flexible assists your movement with all activities, not just the techniques you learn in a dance class. It improves the range of motion throughout the body to help the body move more easily.
Our Pilates classes aim for elegant sufficiency of movement, creating flow through the use of appropriate transitions. Once you have mastered and achieved the precision, the exercises are intended to flow within and into each other in order to build strength and stamina. Pilates techniques asserts physical energy exerted from the center to coordinate movements of the extremities Pilates and Pole... what better combination could you ask for?!
This HIIT (high intensity interval training) programme was created by the same people whocreated Zumba. The moves are created first and then music is aligned to fit them. So when you train you get music specifically tailored to the sequences. If you're looking for a great strengthening cardio exercise, this is it ladies!
A 45 minute class consists of 4 quadrants. Each quadrant contains 3 songs.
Quadrant 1: Ignite
Quadrant 2: Fire up
Quadrant 3: Push your limits
Quadrant 4: Floorplay
Quadrants 1, 2 and 3 are progressive, each a little bit more intense than the last.
If you want to join a Zumba class, leave your aerobic step, exercise ball, and 1-2-3-count at home. Bring your dancing feet, gyrating hips, and a desire to move like you’re in a Miami discotheque.
Zumba sessions combine Latin music with popular Latin dances such as salsa, mambo, merengue, and samba. Don’t worry if you’re not a Latin ballroom trophy holder. Just keep kicking your legs and swaying your arms.
Unlike a traditional aerobics class, you don’t have to worry about stepping or clapping in perfect time. Zumba movements are more free flowing. After a Zumba class, you’ll feel less like you marched in a boot camp drill and more like you let yourself go at a party.
Yoga is one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophical traditions. There is a broad variety of yoga schools, practices, and goals in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The term "yoga" in the Western world often denotes a modern form of Hatha yoga, consisting largely of the postures called asanas.
Yoga is an ancient physical and spiritual discipline and branch of philosophy that originated in India reportedly more than 5,000 years ago. The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means to yoke, join, or unite. The Iyengar school of yoga defines yuj as the "joining or integrating of all aspects of the individual - body with mind and mind with soul - to achieve a happy, balanced and useful life." The ultimate aim of yoga, they claim, is to reach kaivalya (emancipation or ultimate freedom).
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