Monthly Archives: January 2015

Tiff Finney photoshoot by photographer Millie Robson

The Reality of Running a Pole Studio

By | Bad Kitty, Behind the Scenes, Body Confidence, pole dance, Pole Physique, society | 7 Comments

The harsh reality of running a pole dance and fitness studio.

Ever heard the one about the duck gliding on water? So effortless and serene. But underneath, the little legs are going like the clappers. Well, like every business out there that is worth your time of day, this is Pole Physique. This is many pole studios out there. We want you to see us as that beautiful swan. The whole point of going like the clappers is so that you receive the best quality of classes, training, safety and experience. But, if you want the gossip of what it is REALLY like….

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Pole Physique Featured Student of the Month

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Our Pole Physique Featured Student of the month is… Wendy. Wendy is also an instructor here at Pole Physique. But what we love about her is the fact that she still attends classes every single week without fail. She understands that whether you are a student, instructor or professional performer, you can NEVER stop learning. We absolutely love that. And even better, Wendy was the first to enter into the feature. Read on for all the questions and answers we really want to know from our Featured Student of the Month and  how to enter yourself..

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Are You A Feminist That Has Accepted Defeat?

By | Bad Kitty, Body Confidence, Club Noir, feminist, pole dance, Pole Physique, society | One Comment

So when we write something, we are supposed to write about what we know or have experienced. So that’s why I write about women. Apparently, I don’t qualify as a girl anymore. Not even a ‘young lady’. When someone says those immortal words to you- “do you mind if I ask how old you are?”, you’re shoved on to the Societal Doom Train to Heapsville where everyone gets a seat because your dodgy knees cant take the speed. And I’m only bloody 29.

As women, we are told when we can’t wear a skirt above the knee caps-nay-shins- anymore, when we can’t be overtly sexual anymore and when we can’t go to nightclubs anymore. Society says “you have had you’re fun and now your window is closed. Locked. Bolted”. Then all of a sudden you’re expected to go all giddy at a powder blue cashmere knit.

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