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frequently asked questions

Are there weight/size Limitations?

Nope. Our X-Poles are 45cm, Chrome, Solid Reinforced Studio Pole. They have been custom measured and fitted by professionals. While not everyone is able to climb the pole right away, we offer a number of Pole Flow (Dance) classes that gradually build the strength while getting familiar with moving around the pole. Our other Intro Level courses, as well as levels above, focus on conditioning movements early on to get our students on the pole and feeling strong quickly. The key is consistency, participation and effort. We only ask that students take a sit out if they get cramps, feel light headed, out of breath, or ache in some other way. Listen to your body and don't push it to the point of a more serious injury.

What should I know before my first class?

* View waiver and fill out Registration Forms ahead of time by clicking here:
* Avoid applying oils & lotions 24 hours before class. (Opt for water based lotions)
* Clothing should be snug but allow you to move freely. More skin contact = more grip IE: short shorts/sports bra/tank top
* Socks or Pole Heels are welcome. Everyday high heels are NOT allowed.
* No rings or dangling jewelry. (Can Damage Pole)
* Bring your own water if you can. Bottled water is are available at the studio too.

I am going to miss a class! What do I do?

 If you cancel up to 24 day before the course starts, you will get studio credit back. For classes cancelled by instructor due to weather or other unforeseen event, studio credit will be given. Cancellations less than 24 hours or No Call/No Shows are not credited. *Some Exceptions May Apply

Where are you located?

Our studio is at 1702 N 6th St. Suite B, Wausau, WI 54403. We are on the lower level on the corner of North 6th Street and Chicago Ave. across the street from Blazin Gifts. Parking is located on the North end of our building, we share a parking lot with Eastside Barber Shop (Formerly Bex Barber Shop), parking may also be available on Chicago Ave, although it is not recommended in the winter months.

i'm not sure if pole is a good idea for my condition/injury

Only your health-care provider can let you know if your specific condition/injury is ready for pole/aerial class. Both are a full body workout that can be very physically demanding. Returning to physical activity too soon could lead to a much more serious injury, and a much longer healing time. "When in Doubt, Sit it Out" - and wait for the okay from your medical professional.

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