Guest Post: The Postnatal Poler, Poling in the Big Baby Bubble

Hello to all my fellow poling parents! Mothers, Fathers and everyone inbetween. My name is Abby and I’m here today to talk about life in the pole world after Mr.Stork has paid a visit. Between nappy changes, heel classes, sleepless nights, routine prep, baby yoga, pole conditioning and express feeding there’s really not much more to life for the post-baby …

Guest Post: 5 Nuggets of Advice That Only Make Sense in the Pole Studio

The joys of teaching. Keeping the atmosphere light hearted and fun, whilst constantly coming up with unique and relatable coaching points for my newbie pole students, is one of my favourite challenges of being a pole dancing instructor. When working with newbies who have zero body awareness, it’s my job to stop a pole minjury from occurring. I must protect …

Guest Post: “I’m a male pole dancer”

He-he… “Pole” dancer…get it? So, here I am, a pole dancer, and burlesque artist and… a man. But that’s OK because I must be Gay. No, wait. I like women! The scandal! How dare I, right? This is the truth of the reactions that men like myself get in the world of pole. Not that it bothers me personally, being …

Guest Post: The Fat Girl’s Guide To Pole & Burlesque

Hello my fabulous fat fluffy femmes (and everyone else)! I’ve been a burlesque dancer for 6 years, a pole artist for almost 2, and life-long fluffy kitty! I’ve been putting literally ALL of myself out there for the public to see, and it’s been, well, interesting. During these past 6 years, I’ve been on a struggle-bus of a journey. Figuring …