Pole & Aerial Yoga Classes
You'll get a meditation, a workout and time with friends...whether or not you knew anyone before class! Many people think the only reason to learn pole dance is to perform for someone else. So wrong! We do this for ourselves, you will be amazed how great you feel! Nothing is more attractive than a woman who is confident and comfortable with who she is. If you choose to share what you've learned… that is a gift, not a requirement!
Aerial Yoga is a great conditioning practice for pole or on it's own! It builds flexibility, strength and is just plain fun! You haven't experienced total relaxation until you've experienced savasana in the hammock!
Intro to Pole (First Class)
Get your Goddess her first set of wings!
Time to see what it's all about! This is a one time class that will give you the flavour of what you can expect at Yoga & Pole by Just4MiE! No experience required! Just wear comfortable fitness or yoga wear. No shoes required. Don't wear any lotion or jewelry on your hands...we don't want you flying off the pole!
Slink & Spin (Beginners)
The Basic Moves, Spins and Sits.
Just starting out? You learn all the basics in Slink & Spin! You'll work at your own pace and strength level as you build on your natural beauty with sultry moves on the floor, walls and of course, the pole!! You will begin to master spins, slides, sits & make your first climb! You'll build your core and upper body strength to prepare your body and mind for more challenging moves as you let your inner vixen out to play.
Flying Sky Monkeys (Phase 2)
Climbing. Spinning and Flying tricks.
OK, you've got the basics down and your goddess is feeling strong and more comfortable ... it's time for some new challenges! You'll take what you've learned and add a new "spin"... yes! spinning poles! In Flying Sky Monkeys you will give your goddess angel wings and learn some spinning, flying tricks, climb to the ceiling and enjoy your first upside down tricks! Of course you'll learn ways to get down from the ceiling too!
Flip & Spinny (Phase 3)
Upside down and spinning pole moves.
Time to remember your inner child and let her flip upside down on the pole and advance your strength moves. Now that you've built some strength and control you'll also incorporate moves you learned in Sky Monkeys on the spinning poles! We also allow lots of time for freestyle and perfecting your moves while exploring your individual style!
Open Pole (No Instructor)
Practice what you've learned and just have fun!
Your time to work on moves, routines, tricks & transitions, play dress up or just have fun! Not a structured class, just time to let your inner child, goddess and/or vixen out to play! Open to all levels as long as you are comfortable dancing without spotting or at least willing to try dancing on your own!
Upside down and cocooning in your hammock.
Time to remember your inner child and let them flip upside down supported by the yoga hammock. Great for flexibility and strength training. You'll use the assistance of the fabric while refining your poses. You work on supported balance moves, stretches and inversions while the hammock assists you! Beginners welcome. Aerial classes fall under Aerial/Pole packages.
Not appropriate for people with eye pressure issues.
Pay in Studio or Square (button near top) with Debit or Credit . HST added at checkout.
What to Wear to a Pole Dance Class:
The attire is general work-out wear (t-shirts/tank top + yoga pants /capris or shorts) with bare legs only being necessary in the intermediate and upper levels. Knee coverage makes spinning more comfortable in the initial level. There is never any nudity, any peels are done with additional clothing. We are normally in bare feet; pole dance shoes are optional!
What NOT to Wear for Pole Dancing:
For the safety of you and your fellow twirlers, no lotions the day of class or jewelry during class please!
What NOT to Wear for Aerial Yoga:
Anything with a rough or sharp edge as it can rip the hammocks. So leave watches, jewelry, embellished or bedazzled clothing at home and wear soft comfortable clothing and bare hands during class, please!