If you are thinking about becoming a pole dancer, you’re in the right place. We have a detailed series of videos to teach you what it takes to make it as a professional pole dancer.
Are pole dancing jobs easy to find?
Yes, pole dancing jobs are extremely hard to get – that’s why our videos are so informative – we aim to teach you how to pole dance so you can get your foot on the pole. We want to empower you to reach your potential.
What should I look for when choosing a pole dance school?
Firstly, look at the school’s website, search for the words ‘pole’, ‘dancers’ and get educated as to the type of school you’re interested in. There are hundreds of pole dancing schools around the world and they all have different skills that they’re aiming to train their students to have.
Secondly, look at what school you are attending. Most schools will list the location of their location in their curriculum in case you’re interested in checking it out. However, don’t be fooled by a school name, it doesn’t mean what you think it means, it just means that this is a pole dancing school – they may offer a different type of dance (such as belly riding) than what is listed as part of our curriculum, so you have to check them out in detail before they’re booked into your area.
Thirdly, look at what the school’s staff and the students are like. This will help you decide whether you think this is a place you want to take your feet on the pole, as they work long hours, they are not paid for it at all and they will not let you practice what you’ve learned.
What does the cost of pole dancing cost me?
A pole dancer will usually learn to pole in under 4 hours, although it’s possible to learn pole for 4-6 hours. You should check your local council’s website before you buy any pole, to make sure you have a school you can go to. However, for beginners, your hourly wage is about £6.00 p.p., so there’s no way you can ever beat that!
What is a pole dance lesson worth to me?
You’ll be paying a school around £200 p.p. and it could be a free session (in which case you can have your feet on the pole any where at 4 or 5 hours) or a monthly rate, which means you get paid for