Pole Fitness: The New Approach to Fitness

Sometimes going to the gym can feel like an unbearable chore, schlepping yourself and your gym bag into the place for the same boring workout you did the day before and the day before that. It doesn’t help that you haven’t seen the results you were hoping for or that you spend the entire workout looking forward to the end of it.

Perhaps what you need is a challenge, something that doesn’t involve complicated machines, bulky equipment or boring repetitions. A distinctive fitness experience like this does exist, and it requires only yourself, a positive attitude and … a pole

Part dance and part gymnastics, pole dancing, also known as pole fitness, is inspiring people — young and old, from various backgrounds, careers and fitness levels — with an exhilarating, challenging and sexy workout.

While pole dancing is sexy, it’s also challenging, offering extensive physical benefits. You’ll undergo a loss in body fat and an increase in muscle strength and power as you learn to lift and hold your body weight on the pole. You’ll experience improvements in your cardiovascular system, as well as in your overall flexibility and coordination, as you practice dance movements and body positions that involve smooth and precise transitioning from one to the next.

What to Expect From Seasons Pole Fitness Class

Pole fitness classes are generally an hour long, unless you choose to take a workshop or private lesson. Because of the maturity level required for the classes, we require that members be at least 18 years old to participate.

The instructor McKenzie will welcome you to class and try to ease any nervousness you may be feeling. The class begins with a basic warm-up, generally 10 to 15 minutes long.

Participants then practice a variety of moves appropriate for their level. Beginners often start with spins such as “the fireman,” a move in which you’ll learn to hook your legs around the pole and spin to the floor.

Pole dancing does require special clothing. We suggest that you wear comfortable clothing such as yoga shorts, workout tops or T-shirts.

In all levels, no lotion or oils are permitted, and instructors will usually ask you to remove any jewelry so you don’t hurt yourself or damage the pole.

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13 thoughts on “Pole Fitness: The New Approach to Fitness

  1. Hi,
    I’m am looking into doing a private pole dancing class for my sisters bachelorette party. There there are going to be 5-7 people attending. We would like to do this class on May 29th. Can you please let me know if this would be available and how much it would cost. Thank you very much. I hope to hear from you soon.


    1. We do apologize we discontinued pole fitness in January 2015. Thank you for reaching out to Seasons.

  2. Are the pole fitness classes offered regularly or only special occasions?

    1. We do apologize we discontinued pole fitness in January 2015. Thank you for reaching out to Seasons.

  3. Where are you guys located I am looking to get classes with some girl friends please email me your information thanks.

    1. Dayana,

      We do apologize we discontinued pole fitness in January 2015. Thank you for reaching out to Seasons.

  4. how much and how do i sign up?

  5. I am interested in this class. What are the times and pricing?

    1. Nikki,

      We do apologize we discontinued pole fitness in January 15. Thank you for reaching out to Seasons

  6. Hi,

    My friend is getting married and we are trying to plan her Bachelorette party and thought pole fitness would be a fun way to start our night! Do you offer classes sat nights? Or is there any way we could schedule a private class?


    1. Melissa,

      We do apologize we discontinued pole fitness in January 2015. Thank you for reaching out to Seasons Salon and Day Spa

  7. Do you know of another place in Utah count that offers this option since you don’t offer the pole fitness now?

    1. We apologize we are not aware of another studio in Utah County. There is one around the point of the mountain. We miss having the studio and wish we were able to keep it going!

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