We offer a safe space for unique individuals to express themselves freely without judgement through Pole, Aerial & Dance.

Are you new to pole and don't know where to start? Never taken a pole class before? We suggest starting with intro level classes.  

Tour Schedule

Oklahoma City, OK

2021

July

August

September

Workshops Location: TBA

If you would like to be the first to know when we schedule workshops, text "pole" to 855-545-0820.

If you would like to host The Polefessor's workshops at your studio or facility,submit your request and include all details to your studio or facility and requested dates. Learn More

Diberville, MS

2021

 

Jan 30

Feb 27

Special Events: 

Spring Fling Pole Jam: March 27

Summer Pole Jam: June 5 

Fall Student Showcase: October 16

Christmas Party: December 18

Please see our Events page to register

If you would like to be the first to know when we schedule workshops, text "pole" to 855-545-0820 

If you would like to host The Polefessor's workshops at your studio or facility, submit your request and include all details to your studio or facility and requested dates. Learn More

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The Polefessor is available for workshops around the world. If you would like to host The Polefessor's workshops at your studio or facility, submit your request and include all details to your studio or facility and requested dates. 

FAQs

Do you offer daily classes?


We are unable to offer daily classes at this time. However we are offer workshops, private lessons, private parties and services online.




I've never taken a pole class before where do I start?


We recommend starting with intro level classes. No experience necessary for all level classes but recommended.




What do I wear or bring?


Bring a towel, water and yoga mat. No street clothes or jewelry. Masks are REQUIRED. Pole Dance & Fitness Wear form fitted tops and bottoms that exposes the lower legs such as a tank top or t-shirt and shorts, bring a microfiber towel and spray bottle filled with alcohol to clean your pole. Aerial Silks Wear form fitted clothing free of buttons and zippers that cover the back of the knees, armpits and midsection. Lyra Wear form fitted clothing that exposes the back of the knees. Bring a microfiber towel and spray bottle filled with alcohol to clean your equipment. Heels Dance Bring long socks, leg warmers or knee pads to cover and protect your knees. Dress as sexy or conservative as you like. Heels are optional. Floorwork Wear form fitted clothing that covers the legs and knees such as thigh high socks, leg warmers and bring knee pads if you have them. Stretch & Flexibility Wear form fitted clothing that covers the legs
Twerk Bring knee pads if you have them, wear form fitted "twerkable" bottoms Chair Dance You are welcome to bring a zipper/button up shirt.




What's the difference between a class and a workshop?


A class meets on a regular basis, for instance once a week or more frequent or less. While a workshop is a one time event usually with a particular focus or a special instructor. Workshops can last anywhere from one day to an entire weekend.




If your group would like to attend a workshop please read the following:


It is recommended that groups celebrating a special occasion book a private party. Please see our private party packages on our private party page. Friday and Saturday evenings are reserved for private parties only. - Your group must follow the regular class instruction - There are no photos allowd during classes - Your group must not be disruptive to other students in class or the instructor. - No special attire is allowed (sashes, crowns, boas, etc for birthdays or bachelorette parties). - Your group is still subject to all of the studio late policies and no show polices, No exceptions.