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Tracey - 31

bendy layback shape by a Pole Princess student

Favourite moves?

Shoulder mount and superman.

How many times a week do you train?

1-3 times.

Pole items you can't live without?

Grip! Itac is fab.

Anything else you'd like to add?

It's a very friendly studio.

Why did you join pole princess?

I was looking to get back into pole after a while off. They had some deals on, so went for it. The girls in class were easy to get along with and kept me going back.

Why do you attend pole fitness?

I love dancing, never staying still. It's the best workout I've ever had. I'm the strongest I have ever been. 

What would you say are the main benefits you have found from classes?

The improvement in strength and enjoying the time with the girls the class. 

Hannah - 26

Why did you join pole princess? 

I moved back to Glasgow after graduating university and needed a new studio. Pole Princess had the best prices out of any studio in Glasgow and I've never looked back.

Why do you attend pole fitness?  

I started to increase my fitness and strength, but I didn't realise how much pole dancing would increase my confidence and body image.

What would you say are the main benefits you have found from classes?

 I have made the most amazing friends that I now go travelling with, attend their weddings and honestly think I have found best friends for life. 

Favourite moves? 
Grip switches and flips, dynamic static spins

How many times a week do you train? 
4-6 times a week. I basically live in the studio!

Pole items you can't live without?
My heels and knee pads. 

Anything else you'd like to add? Pole princess has given me a second family and the encouragement I receive from everyone, especially the studio owner and instructors when competing is amazing.

elite pole dance move performed by a student in class
mix of pole dance, aerial hoop and chairography photos from students in the studio

2nd Floor

54 Gordon Street

Glasgow

G1 3PU

Scotland

United Kingdom

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