Our Classes


What are you waiting for! Our beginner classes are designed for people who have no experience in pole fitness or dance of any type. Anyone can give it a try! You will learn basic holds, spins, poses, transition moves and routines, all designed to start you off with a perfect foundation for your pole fitness journey, whilst building strength and increasing your flexibility each time you do a class. And most importantly having heaps of fun and meeting lots of new people! We have 3 beginner levels at our studios - A, B & C. Each level is a 10 week block course.


Now youv'e started intermediate you are definitely hooked! You've learnt the basics and have just started doing inverts. In our intermediate classes you will master inverting, learn various moves upside down, perfect the skills and moves you learnt in the beginner courses and advance onto learn the next level of tricks, spins and moves. You will also learn more advanced routines with all the new amazing moves you can now do. Intermediate has 4 levels - A, B, C & D. Each level is a 10 week block course and once you have completed each course you can move onto the next level. Once you start intermediate classes, we highly recommend you take advantage of our membership options and do 2 or 3 classes per week to really advance yourself.


You're now at a level that requires great abdominal and upper body strength, as well as a high level of fitness. This level is for those who have being doing pole fitness for a some time now. You will learn the most advanced and complex of pole fitness moves and tricks as well as aerial transitions and inverts and put the moves together in the most amazing of advanced routines getting you ready to compete at a high level

Intro to pole (5 week block course)

**CURRENTLY WHANGAREI STUDIO ONLY - other studio locations TBC

This short block course is for people who want to give pole a go but are concerned they may struggle with some of the more strength based moves. It’s a chance to build confidence, fitness and friends by doing an introductory course in pole dance in which we concentrate on the basic moves around the pole and on the floor with a focus on dance rather than the tricks up the pole. This course requires little to no upper body strength to get started so is great for those who are worried about their strength and fitness. This course is an alternative to our Beginner A course and is aimed at preparing you to transition to the 10 week block Beginner A course upon completion.  Please contact us if you are unsure as to where you would be best to start and we can advise.


Aerial Hoops/Lyra

Aerial hoops, also known as Lyra, consist of a steel hoop very similar to a hula hoop.They are suspended from the ceiling by either one or two points. They are most commonly seen in circuses and have been made popular by the most famous and evolved spectacle show, Cirque Du Soleil. Aerial hoops are a great workout, with the emphasis on your core and upper body. Beautiful poses and graceful movements can be achieved with practice. We recommend you wear long fitted leggings to the ankle and a fitted top. Leg warmers also may come in handy to protect the backs of the knees.

Aerial Silks - Tissu


A 1.5 hour class learning the art of aerial silks. You will learn difficult but beautiful and impressive climbs, wraps and drops most often seen and admired in the circus where artists use the fabric to spiral and flow from one move to another in stunning routines. This class is suitable for beginners and more advanced students alike as students will be able to work at their own pace in small groups.

News & Events...

Studio Dates:

EVERY SATURDAY - 10am: Trial class

16th November 2019 - Mount Show Night: Mount Studio, Newton Street

23rd November 2019 - Hamilton Show Night: Altitude & Gravity Bar

Industry Events:

26th October 2019 - Pole Stars: Playhouse Theatre, Nelson

22nd November 2019 - NZ Pole Legends: Christchurch

23rd November 2019 - NZ Pole Industry Awards: Christchurch