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Discover our classes and levels

What is a class like?

See below on this page for a description of each class level.

Each class will start with a 15 minute warm up. This is designed to raise your heart rate, warm your muscles, and mobilise all joints. The warm up will also include some gentle and dynamic stretching, aimed at improving flexibility, as well as some light conditioning to prepare your body for the demands of the pole workout that will follow 😊.
There will be approximately one hour of class time dedicated to on the pole conditioning and learning pole technique, including spins, floorwork and figures on the pole. Usually, there will be two people sharing each pole, which allows partners to spot and help one another. Also, having a pole pal just makes class so much more fun!
At the end of each class, there will be a short cool down and stretching session, which teamed with a good warm up minimises the muscle soreness that may follow an intense workout of this nature.

What should I wear?

There are many websites selling pole-specific clothing, in all shapes, fabrics and colours. If you see something you fancy, go for it! If you’re not sure you’re ready for the skimpier outfits and want more coverage, go for a pair of shorts that are cut high so they do not cover your thighs. A sports bra-style top is ideal, although you can wear a T-shirt over the top. Since you will grip the pole with your skin, the message is more skin, easier grip! Sticky clothing especially made for pole is also becoming popular and whilst (in our opinion) not giving the same grippy security of your skin, it can have its own advantages in providing a grip that does not change with the seasons as well as an extra layer of warmth on colder days. We do not recommend this type of clothing for a beginner, however if for personal reasons you do not want to wear shorts, then please feel free to ask us for more information.
Regarding your skin grip on the pole (hands and body), please do not moisturise the day of pole class, otherwise you will struggle to get any grip at all. Your pole partner will probably also be quite fed up if the pole is all slippery! And speaking of caring for the poles, please remove any metal jewellery before class, as this can scratch the pole. A scratched pole can then be unpleasant to use.
For aerial hoop, flying pole, flex & flow or slow flow, leggings, socks and t-shirt are perfect wear.
For all classes, please also don’t forget to bring a water bottle and a towel to cover your stretching mat and for wiping the pole down after you.

Our Studio

All our lessons now take place in our brand new studio, 10 rue Colonel Bourg, Schaerbeek. We have a large dance area of 60m², with 3.3m ceiling height, perfect for aerial sports of all kinds! The room has one mirrored wall and additionally offers a cosy sofa zone, changing rooms and toilet.
For more information about our studio and/or to request to hire it out, please click here

Class Levels

Click on the images below to find out more about each class level.