CLASSES AT SOMA

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Intro to Pole Tricks

You are a beginner before
you are anything else

If you've never taken a pole class before, this is the place for you! You must take this class before you take any other class. You'll learn the mechanics (aka secrets) of pole, try some basic spins, and have fun!

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Trickster 1/2

Discover your inner child

This class is for the beginner pole dancer who has already taken an intro class. You'll learn level 1 and 2 tricks such as climbing, inverting, knee hooks, pole sits, and thigh holds.

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Trickster 3

Go beyond what you believed possible

This class is for the pole dancer who has mastered climbs, inverts, and basic knee hooks. You'll learn longer combos, transitions, and intermediate level tricks. Recommended for those who have been pole dancing for at least 6 months or more. Instructor permission must be obtained. 

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Spintacular 1/2 and Spintacular 3

Let's fly together

Understand physics in a new way through our spin pole classes. Our 1/2 class is a mostly upright spin class for the pole dancer who has not yet mastered inverted tricks on static. Our 3 class is for the pole dancer who is comfortable with inversions on static and wants to be challenged on spin.

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Heelography

Find your sensual side

Do you want to explore the sensual side of pole? Then grab your heels* and head on over to our heels class. You'll discover heel clacks, leg and body waves, and slinky floor work. 

*can also be done in socks* 

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Low Flow Combos

Move and Groove

This class incorporates spins, floor work, freestyle, and short choreographies to get you more comfortable with the "dance" aspect of pole dance. All levels are welcome.

Can be done in heels or socks.

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Flexibility and Conditioning

Back to basics

Having a regular stretching routine is an instrumental part of your pole practice. In the flexibility portion of the class, you'll learn how to warm up properly, stretch safely, and incorporate flexibility into your pole technique. In the conditioning part of the class, you'll strengthen your range of motion and work to build up strength on the pole.