fbpx

Trainer Tips: Leveling Up Pole 3 to Pole 4 by Donna Carnow

Spring training season is here, and it’s time to level up! While it’s completely normal to feel a little bit unprepared -- or even scared -- to take it up a notch, Donna’s here to explain why expanding outside your comfort zone is key to elevating your pole practice....

Supporting AAPI Community + Community Class Fundraiser

Body & Pole stands with the Asian American and Pacific Islander community to stop the frightening and heartbreaking attacks of hate targeting them. Together, we must do better to protect our AAPI friends. Below, three members of the AAPI and Body & Pole...

A Passion for Pole: Alysia Margolis-Seiden’s Story

In our last Meaningful March post, we chat with Body & Pole student (and unofficial cheerleader -- her energy is contagious!), Alysia Margolis-Seiden. Alysia self-admittedly stumbled upon pole dancing "later in life", but "found her tribe" and hasn't looked back...

Real Talk with Real Former Work-Studies

Ready to take your aerial career to the next level? Interested in becoming an instructor? Do you have a passion for performing? If so, you're probably already thinking of applying for the Body & Pole Work-Study Program. As you'll read below, this one year program...

Abigail Williams-Joseph on Love and Loss During the Pandemic

In March 2020, aerial trainer Abigail Williams-Joseph had just passed her mock class and was ready for her first official week as an instructor at Body & Pole when the entire world shut down. Then, a rollercoaster of events happened in her life. Since then, the...

Trainer Tips: Leveling Up Pole 3 to Pole 4 by Donna Carnow

Spring training season is here, and it’s time to level up! While it’s completely normal to feel a little bit unprepared -- or even scared -- to take it up a notch, Donna’s here to explain why expanding outside your comfort zone is key to elevating your pole practice....

Supporting AAPI Community + Community Class Fundraiser

Body & Pole stands with the Asian American and Pacific Islander community to stop the frightening and heartbreaking attacks of hate targeting them. Together, we must do better to protect our AAPI friends. Below, three members of the AAPI and Body & Pole...

A Passion for Pole: Alysia Margolis-Seiden’s Story

In our last Meaningful March post, we chat with Body & Pole student (and unofficial cheerleader -- her energy is contagious!), Alysia Margolis-Seiden. Alysia self-admittedly stumbled upon pole dancing "later in life", but "found her tribe" and hasn't looked back...

Real Talk with Real Former Work-Studies

Ready to take your aerial career to the next level? Interested in becoming an instructor? Do you have a passion for performing? If so, you're probably already thinking of applying for the Body & Pole Work-Study Program. As you'll read below, this one year program...

Abigail Williams-Joseph on Love and Loss During the Pandemic

In March 2020, aerial trainer Abigail Williams-Joseph had just passed her mock class and was ready for her first official week as an instructor at Body & Pole when the entire world shut down. Then, a rollercoaster of events happened in her life. Since then, the...

Pole Dancing Through the Pandemic: A Previvor’s Story

As part of our Meaningful March series this month, we are highlighting members of the BP community -- students, trainers, management and staff -- to share their stories of how their lives have changed during the past year when COVID took center stage. At a time when...

What It’s Like Being A Work-Study: Fernanda Ades

The Body & Pole Work-Study Program is a one-year professional development program designed to nurture, train and mentor those looking to expand their professional development in the Pole & Aerial Arts industry. We have bi-annual terms, and bring on new groups...