What is Pole Sport?
Our Studio Is Producing World Class Athletes
Pole Fitness Is World Wide
If certain members of the International Pole Dance Fitness Association have their way and pole dancing becomes an official Olympic sport, it won’t be without good reason. The pastime employs the same level of stamina, coordination, and flexibility found in other notable Olympic disciplines.
As a combination of gymnastic movements and dance, pole fitness acts as both an anaerobic and aerobic workout: proficient dancers twist, climb, and glissade around poles, supporting and controlling their own body weight with a seemingly effortless grace.
2017 USPSF National Championships
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
2016 USPSF Championships
Our teachers and athletes have been recognized as part of the elite pole community, winning recognition as champions in the 2016 USPSF Championship. Each one of our athletes placed in the top three for their respective categories.
Katrina Wyckoff, athlete and coach, and her pole partner, Brianne McClanahan, were placed 2nd in the Mixed Doubles Elite division at the 2016 USPSF Championship and were invited to compete in the IPSAF World Championships in Italy. Other recognition goes to Carly Housechild and Andrea Ang who finished in 2nd and 3rd place respectively in the Women’s Senior Professional division and to Nohelia Chan for placing 3rd in the Master’s 40+ Elite division. We are so proud of our athletes!