FAQ

Most individuals, who are generally healthy, can enjoy Pole Dancing classes. Like many other sports activities, pole dancing and other activities at North Pole Dance can be physically strenuous. These classes are not recommended for people who suffer from neck and/or back problems. When taking up any new physical activity, some bruising is possible and likely, especially for beginners who chose to learn pole dancing. It might take some time for your body to adapt to new exercises. Like any physical activity, our classes may result in injury, and while our instructors are trained in safe class facilitation and aim to provide a safe environment, we cannot guarantee that no injuries will occur. We strongly recommend that you consult your physician before starting any of our classes about whether or not our program is right for you. Ensuring that your state of health allows you to join our classes is entirely your responsibility. All medical expenses incurred from a class-related injury are full responsibility of a participant. Please see our full Health and Safety Notice and Disclaimer here.

We require every participant to fill out the Participant Registration Form, the Health and Safety Notice and Disclaimer and the Registration and Cancellation Policy Form before your first class. You can fill out these forms online or in person in our studio. If you plan to fill out the forms in the studio, please allow for at least 20 minutes before your class starts. You will not be admitted to a class if your forms are not ready.

Pole Dancing

For the best result, wear shorts that leave all your legs open and a sleeveless short top. You will be holding to the pole with different parts of your body, and having extra clothes on will result into sliding off the pole.

Please make sure you don’t use right before class body lotions, creams or oils that leave your skin slippery. It will make pole dance practice more complicated for you.

You will be barefoot during warm up and while learning new elements.

There are more outfit options, you can add desired accessories later as you progress in your practice.

Yoga

Wear comfortable loose clothes. You can be barefoot or wear special yoga socks.

There are more outfit options, you can add desired accessories later as you progress in your practice.

Belly Dancing

Wear comfortable loose clothes. You will practice barefoot.

There are more outfit options, you can add desired accessories later as you progress in your practice.

Every journey starts with a small step. We welcome participants with little or no experience as well as experienced dancers/yogis. If you are a beginner, it is necessary to follow the instructions and not to try new things on your own. Any new exercise, if attempted without proper instruction, can result in injury. We will support and encourage you so that you can enjoy the process and learn at your own pace.

Most individuals, who are generally healthy, can enjoy Pole Dancing classes. Like many other sports activities, pole dancing and other activities at North Pole Dance can be physically strenuous. These classes are not recommended for people who suffer from neck and/or back problems. When taking up any new physical activity, some bruising is possible and likely, especially for beginners who chose to learn pole dancing. It might take some time for your body to adapt to new exercises. Like any physical activity, our classes may result in injury, and while our instructors are trained in safe class facilitation and aim to provide a safe environment, we cannot guarantee that no injuries will occur. We strongly recommend that you consult your physician before starting any of our classes about whether or not our program is right for you. Ensuring that your state of health allows you to join our classes is entirely your responsibility. All medical expenses incurred from a class-related injury are full responsibility of a participant. Please see our full Health and Safety Notice and Disclaimer here.

Admission to our classes is strictly limited to participants. We value our participant’s privacy and strive to provide a safe learning environment. There are lots of publicly available video materials (for example, on YouTube), that will give you a good idea about these kinds of activities.

Our classes are designed to help you improve your stamina, endurance, strengths and flexibility in a way that’s enjoyable for you. We understand that everybody is unique in their physical shape and abilities, and everybody has their unique goals. We will support, teach and encourage you on the journey to achieving your goals.

See our Pole Reservation and Cancellation Policy for details.

There is ample free public parking available on both sides of the building.

We accept all major credit cards with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB or Discover logo, and cash.

We currently do not accept debit or Interac cards!

Gift certificates are available on request for various dollar amounts.

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