Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a course?
All our 4-week courses cost £36, and we include a free practice session which is on a Wednesday at 7 pm and Monday at 8 pm
How do I pay for the course?
All courses are paid in full upon booking
To book, click the “Book now” tab
Create a profile
Read the waivers and sign the master document
Go to the store and buy a stage 1 package
Go to the calendar and book the class you wish to attend,
Can I pay on the first night?
No, all our courses are payable upon booking, and you are only booked in if you have read and signed the waivers and paid in full via our online booking system
Can I pay for just 1 lesson to see if I like it?
If you are sure if you want to attend a 4-week course we advise you to book a private group lesson with your friends or 121 lessons. This way, you can see if the club is a fit for you and what you want to achieve. You can book a private lesson by calling 01482503020.
What happens if I cannot make every class?
Don’t worry, we have a catch-up practice class on a Friday at 6 pm, and a Saturday at 10 am. When you don’t attend your class, we add a missed lesson credit, and you can use this to book the practice sessions.
I can already pole dance. Do I need to start at stage 1?
No, not at all. We would invite you to a practice session, which cost £5, and one of our instructors will assess your ability and find a suitable class for you to join. If you join a course on that night, your practice assessment will be free.
What do I wear for a pole lesson?
We recommend that you wear short shorts and a vest top. Pole dancing requires skin to hold your moves on the pole so anything other than shorts is not advisable. We do however recommend that you wear socks for the spinning part of the class to protect your feet from getting sore and bring a hoodie, warm leggings or sweatpants to warm up in as it can be cold when moving from the changing rooms to the studio.
What if everyone is really good?
Don’t worry; the course is very progressive, and as long as you are in good general health, you shouldn’t have a problem keeping up. Remember, if you book a beginner’s course, everyone will be a beginner too.
Is there a weight limit for the poles?
Unless you are very obese, then you shouldn’t have a problem learning to pole dance. You should be realistic about what you are going to be able to do if you are overweight. Your weight itself is not always a problem we have some girls who are on the heavy side but are very strong and some underweight girls who are very weak. Still, if you are unable to participate in general exercise and activities, then you will find pole is probably not for you.
Is there an age limit?
Yes, you have to be 16 to join the mainstream classes. We have specific slots for teenagers and children so please contact reception for more details. There is no upper limit as long as you are in good health.
Tel – 01482 503020
Text – 07766223155
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org