1. What time should I arrive for class?
Please arrive 5-10 minutes before your class begins. Due to safety reasons, if you arrive 15 minutes after class has begun, you will not be allowed to participate. It is important to have a proper warm-up in order to prevent injury.
2. Do I have to complete the waiver form?
All participants must complete the client waiver and information form to enter the studio for any reason. No exceptions.
3. Can I watch a class before I book?
Pole Empress does not allow spectators for the safety and comfort of our students. In order to experience our classes, you must register and pay for class.
5. Are your classes beginner friendly?
Yes. All of our classes are great for all fitness levels. Our instructors love beginners and offer modifications to all movements performed in class.
6. I am pregnant, can I still participate?
You may participate in our classes with written authorization from your doctor. For safety reasons, your participation should be evaluated on your monthly doctor visits.
1. What should I wear to pole class?
Please wear a t-shirt, tank top or sports bra, shorts or capris. The more skin the better! For shoes, you can wear heels (with an ankle strap) or go barefoot.
For your safety and others, please DO NOT WEAR any jewelry, soaps, oils or lotions to pole class. Jewelry gets stuck on clothing and the pole. Soaps, oils and lotions make the skin slippery and are hazardous when trying to execute different movements in class.
3. I have no upper body strength, should I try pole dancing?
Absolutely! All great pole dancers start somewhere and that’s usually at the bottom of the pole! Our pole classes are designed to help you build upper body strength as you progress through the different levels. You will be amazed at what you can do and just a few short weeks.
4. I am out of shape, should I try pole dancing?
Pole dancing classes are designed to help you get in shape. Starting from the beginner level will give you the foundation you need to progress, becoming stronger and healthier.
6. I’m really nervous about dancing in front of people, do you offer private lessons?
It’s understandable to be nervous about trying pole dance or exotic aerobics for the first time. To sign-up for private lessons, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org