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CirquePole

CirquePole classes run on our 6 class pass for $120 for nonmembers or 13 classes for $100 for members. You must purchase a class pass prior to registering for class or pay the drop in rate of $24 for nonmembers and $10 for members. All class passes expire in 3 months.

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CirquePole Level 1 $24 per classFrom $20 per visit with 6 class card - nonmembers passPurchase required to enroll

CirquePole 1

Pre-requisites: Intro to Aerials or equivalent training.

Objectives: Students will begin learning foundational pole poses on both static and spin modes, basic climbs, and safe, controlled inversion techniques. Emphasis will be placed on active shoulder engagement, building strength and endurance, proper lines, and clean transitions. Spins are limited to options that transition easily to climbs, build momentum, or otherwise provide useful conditioning. Focus is on aerial work and combo building.

Goals: Before moving on to Cirque Pole 2, students should have a deadlifted Inverted V (straddle up) from the floor. This can either be with folded legs opening to extension, or with straight legs. Students should be able to properly execute most (some accommodation can be made for body type – not all moves are suitable for all students) of the moves on the curriculum and demonstrate fluency with combinations.





CirquePole Level 2 $24 per classFrom $20 per visit with 6 class card - nonmembers passPurchase required to enroll

Pre-requisites: CirquePole 1 or equivalent training. Must be able to demonstrate dead lift Inverted V (either with bent legs and then extending, or with straight legs), crucifix, inside & outside leg hangs.

Objectives: Students will continue their pole study with more difficult upright and inverted poses. Inverted poses will still maintain 3 points of contact with apparatus. Emphasis will be placed on increasing upper body and core strength, while maintaining shoulder mobility and flexibility. Emphasis will be placed on active shoulder engagement, building strength and endurance, proper lines, and clean transitions. Focus is on aerial work and combo building.

Goals: Students should be able to demonstrate mastery of the moves in the curriculum and fluency on the apparatus. Students should be working toward a deadlift shoulder mount and creating their own combos.