Pole Fitness Is World Wide

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Members of the pole dance/fitness community have been striving hard to see that pole dancing becomes an official Olympic sport. However, this road has not been easy due to the stigma surrounding the sport. The community has been working diligently to educate and change this stigma. Understanding that the sport employs the same level of stamina, coordination, and flexibility found in other notable Olympic disciplines. By utilizing a combination of gymnastic movements and dance, pole fitness acts as both an anaerobic and aerobic workout. Dancers must become proficient in dancer twists, climbs, and glissade around poles, supporting and controlling their own body weight with a seemingly effortless grace. 

Centre Stage Competion

Competing and striving for Olympic Gold Since 2015

Our teachers and athletes have been recognized as part of the elite pole community, winning recognition as champions since the 2016 USPSF Championship. Each one of our athletes place in the top of their respective categories.

2017 POSA World Championships

Top Ten- Katrina Wyckoff and Bree McClanahan

2017 USPSF National Championships Jacksonville, Florida

Katrina and Bree- First Place Doubles Elite

Kiera Eckel- First Place Professional Novice

Maren Wyckoff- First Place Amateur Novice

Michelle Jones- Women's Amateur Division Athlete

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2016 IPSAF World Championships Florence, Italy

Katrina Wyckoff and Bree McClanahan

2016 IPSF World Championship, London England

Katrina Wyckoff and Bree McClanahan

2016 USPSF Championships

Katrina and Bree - Second Place Mixed Doubles Elite

Nohelia Chan - Third Place Master's 40+ Elite

Carley Housechild - Third Place Women's Senior Professional

Andrea Ang - Second Place Women's Senior Professional

Paige Olsen - First Place Novice Elite

Zoe Blair - Second Place Novice Place