​​​Intro to Pole Fitness
This class is designed for the person who has never taken a pole fitness class before. 
In this class we will go over basic walks and changes of directions, ways down to the floor and
back to standing, and basic spins.  We will also introduce climbing and pole sits.  Shorts are
required for this class.  This class will cover the basics that are necessary to progress further into
Level 1 Pole Fitness.  Class will fill to 2 people per pole.  Reservation required.  
60 min class

Level 1 Pole Fitness
This pole fitness class is perfect for the person new to pole! With a focus on learning basic spins
and becoming comfortable with a variety of grips essential to more advanced moves, this class
will prepare the beginner for more advanced moves by building confidence and strength on and
around the pole.  This class will feature spins, floor work, climbing, and conditioning necessary
to become ready for Level 2.  Spin pole will be introduced and students will become comfortable doing simple sequences on static and spin.  We highly recommend taking Intro to Pole Fitness before taking Level 1.  This class is not designed for first timers. This class will fill to 2 people per pole.  Reservation is required.    
75 min class

Level 2 Pole Fitness 
This mid level pole fitness class is designed for the student that is comfortable with the skills covered in Level 1 and has completed the test out procedure.  This class will cover more advanced tricks involving inversions as well as non inverted positions.  Students must be comfortable with the following skills:  forearm climb, side climb, cross knee layback,  jasmine.  Students considered for Level 2 must be ready to invert in a safe, controlled manner, but it is not required to already have your invert/chopper.  This class will fill to 2 people per pole.  Reservation is required. 
75 min class

Level 3 Pole Fitness 
This intermediate/advanced pole class is for the student who is ready to learn higher level skills with a focus on transitions between tricks and linking them into longer combos.  The following skills are required for this class: aerial invert with a clean chopper, superman, brass monkey from two different entries, split grip butterfly/extended butterfly (NO TWIST GRIP), cross knee and ankle laybacks, aerial shoulder mount, leg hangs, aerial claw grip inverts, and be able to link 4 moves into a combo on your own,  Students must test out of Level 2 to be considered for the Level 3 class.  This class will fill to 2 people per pole.  Reservation is required. 
75 min class

Level 4 Pole Fitness 
​This is an advanced class for the highest level pole dancer.  Anyone who wishes to sign up for this class MUST receive prior approval from the instructor.  Skill mandatory for this level include: Ayesha from at least two different grips, jamilla press to split grip ayesha, aerial invert/shoulder mount/claw grip.  Students must be comfortable doing long combos on both spin and static.   Students must test out of Level 3 to be considered for the Level 4 class.  This class will fill to one person per pole.  Reservation is required. 
75 min class

Mixed Level Pole Fitness 
This pole fitness class is self led class that allows students to work on creating their own combos or to practice recently learned skills.  Students are expected to bring either a level appropriate combo they wish to try or have a plan of the skills they wish to practice.  There will be no formal instruction in this class and students are expected to bring what they would like to work on and have the instructor help them with.  This class is a great chance to explore different styles and get creative!  This class will fill to 2 people per pole.  Reservation is required.  
75 min class

Competition & Performance Prep
This class is for pole dancers of all levels to work on upcoming performance of competition routines.  This is a chance to use what you've learned in class and begin to piece things together into a coherent and fluid performance.  Participants are expected to work independently and according to their level.  Class will fill to one person per pole. Reservation required. 
75 minute class

Pole Flow
This class will present different combos for students to work on moving more fluidly and confidently through combinations of tricks they have learned in other classes.  There will be a new combo every 2 weeks to give participants time to become comfortable with the combinations and begin to apply them in different ways as we experiment with different music and emotional portrayals within each. Students will also work on their own ability to build combinations and freestyle.  Open to all levels of students. 
60 min class

Pole Strong
This pole fitness class is designed to specifically target the muscles most used in pole and to help condition the dancer to become a stronger athlete.  With a variety of conditioning drills both on and off the pole, dancers of every level will target the muscles that will lead to cleaner lines and more effortless looking transitions and tricks. Get started on sculpting that body you've always wanted with this class! Polers of all levels welcome! This class will fill to 1 person per pole.  Reservation required.
60 minute class

Intro/Level 1 Aerials
In this ongoing class, we will learn basic moves on trapeze and aerial hammock, such as wraps,
hangs, climbs and balances, focusing on strength building with proper alignment and form.
Each student will progress at her/his own pace. This class requires no experience and will get you
the skills to progress to Level 1 Aerials.  Space limited, reservation required. 
60 minute class

Level 1 Aerials
This class is appropriate for beginning aerialists who have taken several Intro classes and have
received clearance from Karen. This class is not suitable for first timers. 
Space limited, reservation required.
60 minute class

Level 2/3 Aerials
This class is for the intermediate/advanced aerialist.  This class requires prior clearance from 
Karen to attend.  This class is not suitable for first timers.  Space limited, reservation required.
60 minute class

Aerial Skills & Drills
Skills and drills is an ongoing clinic designed to address the athleticism and
artistry of aerial practice.  Each class will include:

  • Floor exercises to increase strength, flexibility, and stamina
  • Drills on all apparatus
  • Skills and combinations with attention to muscular function and form.

This class is welcome to Aerial students Levels I, II, and III. 
60 minute class.

 Have you always wanted to be able to do a split?  Have issues with a tight back?  This class will guide you to become a more flexible, fluid athlete.  With classes specifically focused on backwards flexibility, middle flexibility, and others, you will be guided to safely and effectively increase your range of motion while maintaining proper alignment.  This class is perfect for those looking to limber up and relax sore muscles in a fun, soothing setting.  While this class is designed to increase flexibility for the pole dancer or aerialist, all members are encouraged to join this class!
60 min class​​​​

Open Studio
Pole dancing and the aerials are skills that require practice to advance. Open studio time
frames are times in which we encourage any members to come in and practice the skills they
have learned in class on their own. Any level of student is welcome to come in and work on
anything they desire.  Instructors may be present to give advice and to help spot.  Because
there is no formal instruction at this time, any activity is at the risk of the member!  Please be
smart and safe about what you are ready to do on your own and stick to level appropriate skills!
Open studio time is free to members and people with classes on their account.  Non members
will be charged the same fee as a drop in class and the instructor reserves the right to limit
what non members are allowed to do.  Reservation required. 

Class Notes 

*Pole and Aerial classes are divided into levels based upon a level system. Please read the class descriptions when choosing your class and place yourself in a class that will be challenging but within your abilities!  

*Pole Fitness requires skin exposure to help maintain a grip on the pole.  We highly encourage anyone partaking in a pole class to come in a tank top and shorts.  Higher level classes may require the torso to be exposed.  Please wear whatever attire you feel comfortable with but keep in mind that bikini shorts and a sports bra are perfectly acceptable attire here! Because skin grip is essential for pole, try to avoid using any body lotions before class, as they will make your skin and the pole extremely slippery.

*Aerial classes require skin to be covered to avoid painful burns on the skin from the lyra or fabrics.  The ideal aerial outfit covers your legs completely (tight leggings are perfect) as well as your torso.  We encourage members to wear a shirt that will also cover your underarms, but this is not as important as keeping your legs and midsection protected!  

*All other classes, it is your discretion of what to wear.  We want members to feel comfortable as possible at all times.  Normal workout attire is acceptable for all classes! 

*Yoga mats, straps, and blocks are provided at the studio in limited numbers.  We encourage members to bring their own!

*We sell several types of grip aids at the studio, but you are welcome to bring your own! 
Class Descriptions

Strong. Flexible. Confident.

Easton, PA I 484-258-3564