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How to Run a Virtual Class

Many pole instructors and studios are switching to virtual classes to serve a global audience and to protect against the spread of infectious disease. Whether you are starting your first teaching business online, porting an in-person business to being virtual…

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What does your IPIA membership pay for?

The IPIA annual membership fee covers the basic administrative costs of running the virtual (as in, we have no physical office) association, including: Domain name and web hosting Email hosting Software as a service tools including Zoom for webinars and…

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IPIA Webinar Series: Get Your Booty to the Poll

[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 December 15, 2020. Learn about the "Get Your Booty to the Polls" PSA and how you can get…

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Injury Report Template

[memberonly level=“Group Membership for Businesses of 2-5 individuals, Student, Individual or Solo-Preneur”] This post contains a sample injury report form that you can use or adopt for your pole studio or business. If a student gets injured while at your…

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Emergency Action Plan Template

[memberonly level=“Group Membership for Businesses of 2-5 individuals, Student, Individual or Solo-Preneur”] Emergency action plans are written procedures to deal with emergency situations (injuries, fires, etc.) specific to the location of your pole studio. In a previous post, we reviewed…

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IPIA Announces Class of 2020 Board Members

We are pleased to announce the 2020-2022 board members! This first board is appointed, and all future boards will be voted on by IPIA membership and will be comprised of IPIA members. The election for the 2021 class of board…

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