“‘Squeeze!’ my pole dancing instructor Melissa reminds me.” Lauren Clark from The Sun newspaper tries pole dancing at London Dance Academy.
“It doesn’t feel like a fitness class. It’s fun and never boring,” says Melissa, of the increased interest in the discipline. “And now that it’s viewed as a respectable sport, it’s becoming even more accessible to people.”
She adds that it does wonders for your body confidence too – allowing women to embrace their femininity and sexuality.
How was the first discover pole class?
When Lauren turns up to one of our shiny seven-pole studio – off Old Street – her initial misconceptions about the type of person who willingly writhes around a pole on a Sunday morning were swiftly busted.
We had two twenty-something women who wanted to try “something different” than a regular gym class, people of different shapes and sizes, and even a man. (Have you seen our new Pole Lads class yet?)
Join us everyday and discover pole in Old Street.