You can learn pole dance tricks, moves and routines from quality pole dance tutorials online or on dvds and videos. Using pole dance tutorials like these are an alternative way to learn how to pole dance without attending a class or if you would like to try to learn a few things on your own before trying a class.
Tutorials are more than a recorded performance. A well-made recorded pole dance lesson should include:
To learn from a pole dance tutorial or recorded lesson, you need a few things:
There are several ways to access free pole dance tutorials.
There are also several ways to access good pole dance tutorials with a paid subscription such as Studio Veena's lessons. These are high quality, clear and reputable pole dance tutorials that will help you to progress in your training.
There is also Online Pole Lessons which looks like a great resource of lessons.
You can also learn from tutorials on videos or DVDs such as:
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Aug 01, 14 08:06 PM
The Pole Expo, created by Fawnia, is now one of the largest pole dance events in the U.S. and internationally!
Aug 01, 14 11:03 AM
I'm a beginner, just learning to climb. My pole is a static galvanized pole with a spray finish (I do plan to get a spin/static x pole after Valentines
Aug 01, 14 11:01 AM
When I bought my pole I needed one that could be taken down if I needed it to be. My very first pole I bought at Hustler. I used to work at the retail