When I finally made the decision to make the Sodo studio I had a vision to create a place feminine yet powerful because I believe that the two things can go hand and hand.
I love all things vintage and wanted to hone in on the classic beauty and glamour of the golden age and have that feel reflected in the studio and in some of our classes and workshops.
When I teach my style is "classic", the polished Art of the Tease. This is very much the center and core of the "Bordeaux Process" Class series.
I'm so thrilled to finally be able to offer this class and a vintage collection of lingerie, hair flowers and more.
I had the opportunity to teach a couple of classes at Bekha's Dance Expressions in Anchorage, Alaska over the past weekend. It was my second visit up north to teach pole.
Bekha recently changed locations and now has two poles in her studio. She averages 7-10 ladies a class which takes place on Friday evenings. This girl is a busy lady and the lead instructor, Kara, has her hands full. Pole Dance is fast growing in Alaska and the ladies of the north are discovering the physical and spiritual benefits of the sport. I feel privileged that Pole Fitness Seattle has been able to play a role in teaching workshops and guest instructing in the city of Anchorage.
The girls have advanced so much since my last visit in June and amazed me with their determination to nail new moves like the beloved knee hold and my new favorite the twisted grip. In the first class the students learned the signature Pole Fitness Seattle warm up and spent time learning floor work and fundamental spins. The second class worked on spin combinations, inversion progressions and climbing. These ladies kicked butt and are rockstar strength builders. They didn't even brake a sweat with ten pole crunches on each side!
I can't wait for the next time.
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