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The Healing Power of Pole

In August of 2016, I found myself in such a state of depression and brokenness that I knew I had to do something extreme to even look up from the rock bottom I had hit. I had finally extracted myself from an abusive relationship that left me a shell of a woman. It took me […]

10 Reasons to Sign Up for a Pole Class (Right Now!)

by Krista A. Mood lift: It’s nearly impossible not to smile and laugh through the pain at a class where the instructor encourages you to feel yourself, literally. Move it: Moving your body more is always a good thing. And moving it in ways you may not have tried or thought of before can help […]

All I Need in This Life of Sin, Is me and My Pole Friends

All I Need in This Life of Sin, Is me and My Pole Friends By Sara One year ago I started pole classes because I got distracted Christmas shopping online. I was looking for a gym membership I could buy for my mother on Groupon. I ended up buying a one-month membership to Studio 3SixT […]

Fitness Tips and Injury Prevention

Hey pole addicts! So many of us get seriously addicted to pole dancing for many reasons. It’s definitely one of the most fun and unique workouts I’ve ever done and easy to see why people want to do it again and again and again. One thing that I think needs to be addressed with pole […]

Body Alignment – the Secret Weapon in Pole Fitness!

BODY ALIGNMENT –THE SECRET WEAPON IN POLE FITNESS! Your alignment affects how you move! By Ashley Greninger (Pole Instructor at Studio 3sixT & Alignment Therapist at Lotus Heart) When your body is aligned your muscles, bones, and joints are BALANCED. What I mean by this is your shoulders are the same height, your feet face […]

Splits Challenge

I have always wanted to be one of those dancers who could naturally slide into a full split or a strong and graceful backbend, but my body always felt more like a folded lawn chair than a bendy rubber band. Splits are just like that. They almost seem … unattainable to many of us. Very […]

“Exercise gives you endorphins, endorphins make you happy!”

This silly line from one of my guilty pleasure movies – Legally Blonde- is seriously true. In high school I was on the dance team and did gymnastics. After graduating I went from working out 3 hours a day to nothing at all. It didn’t take me long to realize the toll my laziness was […]

Just Dance by Kristen

Webster’s dictionary defines dance as “to move your body in a way that goes with the rhythm and style of music that is being played”. However, I think it goes beyond that. Each person finds something different in dance. To me dance means many different things. It is more than just the rhythm and style […]

Play Time by Virginia

I have a confession to make…I can’t do a Handspring…I just can’t…yet. And you know, I’ve been playing on the pole for over 6 years now and teaching for 4. As pole, the sport and our dance obsession becomes more popular I know that you might have noticed more and more pictures on social media […]

Jen’s Journey in the 1st Annual Colorado Pole Championship

Colorado Pole Championships – Jen West’s personal experience I wanted to share my personal experience (although not extensive) with participating in pole competitions. The first competition I submitted for was the Great Midwest Pole Competition in Tinley Park, IL in 2011. I had literally no idea what to expect for the competitors in the Masters […]