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We are so excited to bring you an interview with Body & Pole instructor, and “Finding Your Freestyle” creator, Tracee Kafer! This month Tracee brings her next FYF Retreat to Costa Rica, for a week long restorative movement experience. EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT: Mention this blog post to receive $50 off your registration for the FYF Retreat […]

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One of the hallmark programs at Body & Pole is our work-study program. Through this year-long commitment, you’ll learn the ins and outs of running a studio, and have the opportunity make pole and aerial a more significant part of your life. In previous years, selected participants have come from diverse backgrounds. Some have extensive […]

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The one and only Marlo Fisken is headed our way this month! While class opportunities with her are waitlisted, there are still several spots left in her exclusive 9-hour Pole Flow® Intensive: Slow + Low. What is Flow Movement® all about? “Hi, Marlo here. I’ve always been immersed in movement. I’ve studied dance for 29 […]

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As the final installment of our three-part series on pole gaining observer status with the GAISF we spoke with two of Body & Pole’s instructors, Michelle Stanek and Lara Michaels. Both Michelle and Lara have been poling for many years. They have competed, performed, and taught around the world, and witnessed the rapid expansion of […]

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Our previous blog post introduced our student and instructor discussion series about pole in the Olympics. Some questions were raised about the pole community’s positions. How will we as a community navigate this potential “legitimization?” Can we achieve a peaceful coexistence of pole as we know it, and also allow the mainstream adoption? Why is […]

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If you’ve been following the latest pole world events, you’ve probably already heard that pole was recently granted “observer” status with the Global Association of International Sports Federation. The news has set conversations alight throughout the pole community, as members worldwide discuss the pros and cons of pole becoming an Olympic sport. Outside of the […]

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