Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear to Pole Fitness and Aerial classes?

Generally whatever you feel comfortable in. Shorts and a gym top are typically the things to wear, however some students wear leggings. Sports footwear is less essential, as classes are usually taught barefoot (you're welcome to bring socks if you get cold feet!).

No jewellery should be worn, and long hair should be tied up for safety.

Do I need to bring anything else?

Whilst Pole Fitness is great fun, it's also a good workout, so please be sure to bring some water and a towel with you.

Do I need to buy grip aids?

As you become more advanced on the pole, grip aids such as liquid chalk can be useful however, during the beginner course and beginner classes we encourage working without such aids to help you improve your physical grip naturally and to ensure you don't rely on chalk.

How old must you be to attend Pole Fitness and Aerial Classes?

All students must be 16 years or over.

How many students are in a typical class?

In group classes there anywhere between 8 and 12 students. 121 and Personal Training sessions can be taught to two students at a time.

Can men attend classes or training sessions

Yes! Men can attend Pole Fitness, 121's, Personal Training and Aerial classes, and all other courses/open classes.

How do I book onto a Six Week Beginners Pole Course?

So, you're ready to start your Pole Fitness journey! Booking onto a beginners course is simple. You can either Contact us to make a booking, or you can register an account on the Online Booking System and book your place.

Spaces are subject to availability, so be sure to check when the next course is starting and book in advance to avoid disappointment.

The date of the next beginners course is shown on the beginners course information page.

How do I book a Pole Hen Party?

Pole Hen Parties are great fun! Call or email us with your preferred dates to ensure the availability, or take a look at the online booking form.

Should I moisturise my skin?

No. It's best not wear any moisturisers or oils on your hands or body on the day of your class. You will to grip the pole and it can be dangerous for anyone using the pole after you.

What kind of workout does Pole/Aerial Fit provide?

Both disciplines provides cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training.

Will I ache or bruise?

The first time you attend the class you may find that you ache the following day. This feeling gets much better as you progress. Bruising can occur on arms and feet, but most commonly on your legs - particularly when you are conditioning them in classes.

What levels of Pole Dancing can be taught at Pole Fit?

Three levels of Pole Fitness classes are taught:
Beginners - basic spins, poses, transitions and routines
Intermediate - further progression and dynamic and static inverted moves
Advanced - more advanced pole moves and transitions

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