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Miss Pole Dance Australia

Miss Pole Dance Australia

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Miss Pole Dance Australia

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Miss Pole Dance Australia

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Interview with MPDUK Pro winner Jess Leanne Norris

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After first winning the prize at Miss Pole Dance UK back in 2011, Jess Leanne Norris returned to the stage last month to compete once again for the MPDUK title. Her routine blew away the audience and judges alike, earning her a near-perfect score. (Watch Jess’s winning routine here.) We caught up with Jess to talk inspiration,
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Rules of Engagement — Part II, Scapular Awareness

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Last week I posted an overview of shoulder engagement and why it’s so important to our longevity as pole dancers. This week and next (and maybe the one after that …. there is SO MUCH MATERIAL), we’ll dive into a little anatomy lesson. It’s hard to be aware of what you’re engaging if …. well,
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Fully Stripped Maui Retreat

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Fully Stripped By Vaidehi Amair The more we integrate into the world of pole the more we learn about the industry. We become familiar with its leaders, the various workshops, trainings, events, and shows. We realize that there are many activities and resources out there to help nourish and motivate the pole dancer as well as provide
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Rules of (Shoulder) Engagement – Part I

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If you’ve been doing aerial work for very long, you’ve probably heard the phrases “shoulders back and down” or “make sure you’re keeping your shoulder engagement!” In fact, you’ve probably heard them a lot. Or maybe you’ve heard horror stories about injured rotator cuffs and pulled muscles. These injuries, unfortunately, are pretty common in pole and
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Preparing for a Performance

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Preparing for a Performance, written by Vaidehi Amair Performing can be one of the most nerve wracking experiences for both rookies and veterans of pole alike. Some might feel like they have an excellent handle on performing, yet most of us feel nervous and sometimes even terrified of performing; that doesn’t stop us from doing
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Eda Marbury is Going Viral

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Every now and then, I get so moved by you Poler Bears, I just have to let you know. One of our very own Poler Bears, Eda Marbury is officially going viral.  Just the other day, I was on the subway, wearing my United Pole Artists trucker hat.  A young woman on the train asked me
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Pole-spiration

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My husband and I took a road trip this year–we called it the 2015 Food & Music Tour. Nashville, Memphis, New Orleans, and St Louis. I didn’t go to a single pole studio while we were traveling, but I returned home filled with pole inspiration nonetheless. POLE-SPIRATION! I couldn’t wait to dance to some new
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