Why Can't I Pole Solo?
The other day, I had a window to have some solo studio time, which is rare. I went in with ideas and excitement but soon, little by little, one thing after another went wrong. By the end of my practice window, I was lying on the floor in my stilettos feeling defeated. Over the last few months, we've all been out of our "routine" and many of us have been trying to stay active at home but no matter the set up, it is NOT THE SAME.
There are several things that make a group class experience out of the home advantageous, especially for pole. The inability to be distracted by the phone, children, pets, etc. puts you in the zone straight away so you can get out of your head and focus on being present for class time. The energy of classmates, all working towards a common goal, becomes magical. Even as a teacher, there is such a great amount of energy we get from our students and dancing together, in person that encourages us to work harder.
So to our pole students who are having a hard time getting motivated alone, please join us! Our class sizes are under 10 and we are still upholding all of the precautions from re-opening a few shorts months ago. Do you have questions or need re-assurance? Just reply to this email, we are happy to help.