Meg Forbutt discovered pole dancing five years ago and fell in love with the sport. She teaches beginners and progressive students at her home studio.
Meg says that the pole dancing community is inclusive and encouraging of individuals, irrespective of size or shape.
Pole dancing is a full-body workout. It is resistance training and cardio in one, and flexibility is improved as well. Pole dancers perform acrobatic tricks either suspending their weight or propel around the metal pole.
The simple act of climbing a pole is an incredible display of strength. It is no surprise that most pole dancers insist they have never looked or felt better. When most people think of ‘pole dancing’, they tend to think of the kind performed in strip clubs. While this type of pole dancing is still very present, there are three main branches of pole dancing: sport, art and sexy.
Pole dancing relates to ballet, yoga, pilates, athletics and many other sports for the performing difficult tricks and displaying unfathomable muscular strength.
Megs Pole Studio
0424 151 621
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