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Tips for Performing in a Digital Show

While video auditions have been common in the pole industry for many years, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced even more live competitions and other pole-based events to go virtual. As our industry adopts an increasingly digital mindset, it’s important for…

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Pole dancer performs on stage.

Taking Care of Your Body

Whether you are a performer, stripper, or pole-dancing hobbyist, it is definitely important to take care of your physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. Self-care is nothing short of important and necessary. As dancers and performers, we can easily tire ourselves…

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Screen capture of webinar with Dr. Jenny depicting figure skaters.

IPIA Webinar: Biomechanics and Injury in the Pole Athlete

[memberonly level=“Group Membership for Businesses of 2-5 individuals, Student, Individual or Solo-Preneur”] This workshop was part of the IPIA Webinar held on November 17, 2020. Biomechanics and Injury in the Pole Athlete How can I modify my body mechanics to…

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Does Your Pole Studio Have an Emergency Action Plan?

Injuries are bound to happen in a pole studio. Pole dancers put their bodies through extreme demands including climbing, inverting, stretching, and dancing at high levels of intensity. Sure, the benefits outweigh the risks. But is your studio prepared for…

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How to Pick the Right Poles for Your Pole-based Business

Selecting the right poles for your pole-based business is a fairly straightforward process.  There are a handful of companies manufacturing freestanding and mounted poles currently with more manufacturers entering the market world-wide each year. Determine your studio needs How you…

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