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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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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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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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