LFAIP: Part 6 - Recovery

“I am the most controversial relationship you will have. We will need time apart.” - pole If you have EVER experienced pole dancing (or any other fitness at all), I know you’ve seen the duality: The progress also means pain, strength comes with weakness, and the push balances the pull. Pole...


LFAIP: Part 5 - Empowering The Disempowered

"I will empower you, if you will let me." - pole I remember going my very first pole class vividly - desperately searching for relief from the hum drum of what my life had become at the time. I was out of shape, depressed, insecure and needing something “just for me.” After getting...


Lessons from an inanimate pole part 4

“Comparison will just bring you down.” - pole I’ve seen it in my classroom many times: that daunting look of a student that has only enjoyed one or two classes, watching another student (who has attended for months) do each move with ease. Their eyebrows are raised making a slight wrinkle in...


Lessons from an inanimate pole part 3

“Show me some skin, I’ll bring out the real you!” - pole As we begin pole, sometimes our first reaction is to cover up our bodies a little more than is requested. Some of us struggle to even use tight fitting shorts for the first while because we’re so self conscious about the shape of our...


Lessons from an inanimate pole part 2

“I’ll show you how to balance your life.” - pole If you’ve tried pole at all, chances are you’ve quickly realized how one side of your body is more dominant or strong than the other. One side feels safer, more secure, more dependable. The other side seems to feel lacking, confused and...



Either verbally or mentally we tell ourselves: “I’m so fat and ugly. I’m not strong enough. I am broke. I am sick. I am lonely. I am not happy. I am unable. I can’t… I should… I am not enough.” etc. These statemtns come through our brains and out of our mouths so easily when we are looking to...


Lessons from an inanimate pole part 1

“Just trust me, I’m not going anywhere” - pole Everything in pole dance is a trust in yourself. The pole itself is a secure structure (bolted or tensioned to the ceiling and floor) making it an immovable partner. Yes, it can be set to spin, but even still, it will stay exactly where it is even...


Body talk

Little odd fact about me: I talk to myself. I talk to myself when I’m worrying about something, I talk to myself about what I’m doing in the moment, I review my to-do lists out loud, and sometimes I just let out the random thoughts that are passing by in my head. It was a little trait I...


Let me explain

“Maybe she’s born with it! Maybe it’s……” You know the jingle. It’s from a makeup line… look it up if you don’t. I gotta tell ya, that kind of thinking is so amazing to me (sarcasm added). As though someone is “born” with some type of advantaged characteristic over another. Granted, there are...


A Little About Me

So, you're ready to be confident huh?? You're hoping that what I have will be that thing that will change everything for you?? Guess what?? Me too! I am actually pretty confident that what I have to offer you will be pretty life changing... but I wasn't (and lets admit it - am not always 100%...


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