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melt

One of the most unique classes we offer at Body & Pole is MELT Method. We get a lot of questions about the class, and what it is like, so we sat down with two MELT instructors, Alex Grime and Marisa Merliss to get the scoop on what happens in a MELT class. Alex is […]

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traincationer-blog

Anneke recently spent a week in NYC at Body & Pole as a part of our Traincation experience. From Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, Anneke trains at Pink Fitness For Women and in a month she will be co-owner of The Studio – Aerial Arts & Fitness. An active poler for 4 1/2 years, Anneke was […]

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earthday

Earth Day was last Saturday, and in honor of our beautiful blue dot, Jessi Jamz is sharing her favorite earth and science centered tunes! @jessijamzzz Playlist link here.

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chad-blog

We are so excited to bring you another interview with physical therapist extraordinaire Dr. Chad Woodard from SymbioPT. Dr. Chad and his team work with professional dancers and cirque performers, helping them achieve balance and longevity in their training and performance. SymbioPT has been working with the instructors at Body & Pole in both a […]

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lara-blog

We all can relate to reaching plateaus in our movement journey. Our next post is by Body & Pole instructor Lara Michaels where she talks about achieving goals, trying new skills, and working up the guts to try a harder class. About a year ago, I wrote a post for the B&P Blog about “Leveling […]

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longsignal

Last year our very own Jessi Colon created a gorgeous pole dance film in our studio. We took some time to learn more about her inspiration, and the awesome accolades her film is receiving! Lone Signal will be featured March 10th-12th at the Vieques Film Festival. You can learn more here. Jessi, we heard you […]

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