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Course Description

For more pole conditioning ideas follow on Instagram @suzieming the acromama of Acro Polates. Pole dancing is fast evolving, everyday on Facebook, YouTube, or Instagram there is at least one new pole trick or pole combo created by one pole addict somewhere in the world. Yesterday it might be a big thing to accomplish Iron X but the next day someone develops an Iron Cross, and then next they combine it forming a combo. If you are passionate and a pole fanatic, how do you keep up? At Acro Polates our pole and aerial syllabus are structured. First you'll learn all the static basic, intermediate, and advance pole moves. Equipped with the moves, you'll be ready to join a spinning choreography to further hone those pole tricks combined with a routine. More advanced tricks come from strength and flexibility development. You can write in to request for a class from Suzie Wong or look out for her masterclass soon. With Acro's synergy with PoleLab you can also get your core and strength trained there with their wallbars, machines and other pole training materials.

 

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We Offer 8 levels of  Static Pole and Spinning Choreographiy (Pole-reographies) Courses.

Static Pole Courses

Level 1 (Basic Pole-gram)

The basics, you’ll learn pole handling, simple weight bearing moves and combinations and an easy to follow routines that work both your right and left arm muscles in 8 weeks. No prerequisites for enrolling in Level 1, but you may want to try out our FREE trial class, conducted monthly.

 

 

Intermediates: :Level 2 (Pole-gress) and Level 3 (Pole-tential)

 

Basic pole-gram builds your arm and upper body strength and prepares your body for intermediate moves which include slightly more difficult spins, pole climbs and inverted pole moves. In Level 3, things start to get  more intensified and you spend a lot of time being upside down, experimenting not only different hand grips, but also "bodily" grips to stay up the pole. You start working muscles that never realised existed.  

 

 

 

Advance Pole Moves