I don’t know what country you are reading this in but if you’re in the UK, you will be well aware of the Dry Hands shortage. It’s not as big a deal as the many other shortages we could be facing but it’s no picnic when you can’t grip the pole for more than two seconds before you slip back down!Continue reading “I spent over £70 Trying Different Pole Grips so that You Don’t Have to!”
If you aren’t already aware, I care deeply about environmental issues. However, when it comes to pole, aerial and the environment, I often wonder if there is more we could be doing. As the industry is still somewhat new to many of us, it could be easy to view our passion as something that doesn’t have much impact on the planet. However, I still think it’s important to make sure it doesn’t snowball into an environmental issue. While there are a few areas to discuss, this article will focus on pole wear.Continue reading “Pole, Aerial and the Environment: Our Ethical Responsibility in the Industry”
It’s been a while since I shared anything, but I am very excited to be back with this article! This is my first gifted item that is pole related and oh boyyyyy is it a good one! I have teamed up with Superfly Honey to check out their sticky leggings, and I’ll tell you now, I have nothing but nice things to say! So, let’s cut the chit chat and jump straight into everything you must know about these bad boys…Continue reading “A Gripping Performance from Superfly Honey!”
Nothing demonstrates your aerial progress better than a photoshoot. Working with a photographer is a great way to capture your months or years of training until this moment. But when it comes to your first aerial photoshoot, knowing how to prepare can be daunting!
Disclaimer: This post has been written in a bit of a flurry so I apologise in advance is anything I say is inaccurate or offends someone in some way. It’s hard to articulate when you’re a bit rattled!
If you’re an aerialist, stripper or a woman who whos a little bit of skin from time to time, you will likely be quite aware of the recent Instagram crackdown that’s occurring. We can all agree it’s quite annoying, but the issue lies much deeper than a few hashtags.
Hooray! You have finally made the decision to purchase your first X-pole for home training! It’s such an exciting feeling when you know you can finally train in the comfort of your own home, whenever you have the time. After all, sometimes life can get in the way of your studio time. I know I’m guilty of having to skip class because of adult reasons X, Y and Z!
The aerial community is amazing. We are all so different from one another, yet that’s what brings us even closer together! But what type of aerialist are you?
Have you considered taking up pole dancing as a hobby? Just like with any new activity, you may have a few assumptions about pole. I know I did. So I decided it’s time to clear things up. If you’re contemplating finding a studio, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you, don’t worry. Here are a few things to think about if you’re new to pole dancing.
Getting healthy and reclaiming your life is partly to do with getting a good quality exercise regime. As we all know, going outdoors, or staying in and doing a good quality workout will do plenty for your body, as well as your mind. But when we make the decision that we want to get back on the horse and finally get fit and healthy, surprisingly, we can end up falling flat before we take off. We can make a big mistake when starting an exercise regime, and this is to do with doing too much, too soon. But why is this, and what other mistakes do we make when we embark on a fitness regime?
So, here’s the thing. I want people to save money on fitness. I don’t always believe that you need to pay through the roof for a good workout, but there are some exceptions. This week, I shall be talking about the value of fitness.