Pole Acrobatics / Pole Dance / Pole Ballet

Dear class participants, due to current regulations regarding COVID-19 we will discontinue all classes until at least 20th May 2021. We wish you all the best during these difficult times.

During our pole acrobatics/pole dance/pole ballet classes, you will learn how to create beautiful shapes on the pole – spinning and static.

Our pole dance classes in Berlin-Schöneberg are an effective workout that increases strength, flexibility and coordination. But they are much more than just a workout – They’re creative, artistic and great fun!

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All our classes start with a thorough warm-up, stretching and conditioning, followed by exercises and combinations on the pole, and end with a cool-down.

Pole Beginners (Level 1)

No prior experience is necessary for this course. We will cover pole basics, such as spins and climbing.

Pole Ballet Beginners (Level 1)

No experience necessary. In addition to our pole exercises, we do a few ballet exercises for our legs, feet and posture in order to make our moves on the pole more beautiful and more elegant. At the end of the class, we learn a short pole ballet choreography.

Pole Elementary (Level 2)

The class is the next step for everyone who can climb and do a range of spins. Here we will learn the first inversions (upside-down moves), as well as moves on the spinning pole.

Pole Intermediate/Advanced (Level 3/4)

In this class we will do intermediate and advanced moves and combinations, e.g. hand springs and various split moves. Static and spinning.

Pole Mixed Level (Level 1-4)

This class is suitable for all levels, beginners to advanced. We consider every student’s level of experience and suggest suitable moves and combinations. Requests are also taken. Static and spinning. 

What to wear:

Please wear shorts or hotpants and a sleeveless top. For Level 2 and above please wear shorts and a crop top or a tight, sleeveless top that can be rolled up above the waist. Men can also have a bare upper body. Bare skin enables you to grip the pole more easily.

During the colder seasons, it is advisable to wear leggings and a long sleeve top for the warm-up and your shorts and sleeveless top underneath.

Bare feet, socks or soft ballet shoes are fine.

Please do not wear any jewellery – especially no rings and no bracelets or anklets that have any metal parts on them (fabric is fine). Belly button piercings should be removed or taped over.

Please don’t use body lotion or oil on the day of the class and please wash your hands before the class.