A pole dancing manual is actually a great way to learn in the comfort
of your own home, and it's a very inexpensive choice.
Books make an excellent supplement to your in-class lessons or DVD library, and many people find they do quite well using only illustrated pole dance manuals or e-books.
In fact, if there are no classes near you, studying a good manual or two is a great way to get started with this form of dance.
While there are not as many books available as there are DVDs, there are a couple of good ones that Your Pole Pal recommends for those wanting to try this method.
The Pole Tricks Handbook now includes a FREE bonus...the original Pole Position Pole Dancing Moves Handbook!
Natasha Williams' Pole Position Handbook was one of the very first - if not THE first illustrated study guides ever available. It's now been revised and updated, and best of all it's now included FREE when you buy Natasha's newest manual, the Pole Tricks Handbook.
For $27 you get two illustrated manuals with loads of beginner to advanced tricks illustrated and explained...a fantastic bargain! Plus, it's downloadable so you'll get instant access and can start learning right away.
Packed with photos, easy to follow instructions, additional tips, and even space for your own notes.
Pole Essentials is a truly practical workbook that you'll
want to have by your side as you learn.
To learn more about what's included in this book, get a sneak peek at some of the awesome photos, and read testimonials from happy customers, just click here.