Pole & Aerial Hammock
Pole entered my life early 2013 and I fell in love with the sport straight away. I have a contemporary dance background and was always into athletic sports since a young age, so pole was a great way to get back into a creative form of fitness.
After almost 2 years of pole, I entered my first (in house) pole competition in the advanced category and placed second. I then went onto win second place in the regional competition ‘Kent Pole Championships’ 2015. I had caught the bug for it! Since then, I have placed again in Kent Pole championships advanced and doubles categories along with getting through to the finals on Miss Pole Dance UK Semi Pros.I regularly go to workshops with my favourite and inspirational pole stars because I love the challenge of new tricks and combinations. I feel it’s important to always push yourself to new levels! After poling for 3 and a half years, I decided it was time to take my passion to the next level and qualified as an instructor in October 2016.
I recommend all my friends to try Pole and other aerial arts. It’s great fun, confidence boosting and fab way to get fit. “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great! “