Absolutely! More and more people are getting a start, or supplementing their studio classes, with online pole dancing lessons.
Maybe online lessons are your only option because there are no pole dance studios near you. Perhaps you're already learning at home with the help of a friend, a pole dance manual, or some DVDs but you'd like some extra help. Or maybe you take classes regularly but you want to supplement your in-class learning, or gain exposure to different instructors and different styles of pole dancing.
Whatever your reasons for looking into online pole dancing lessons, rest assured that with today's technology, it's a great option that can really help move you forward in your pole dancing goals.
As you can see, there are plenty of good reasons to sign up for online pole dancing lessons. But are there downsides to learning online? Sure.
If you're not really comfortable trying new things without someone there in person to guide you and to provide encouragement and reassurance, you may be better off taking group or private lessons, either in a studio or in your home.
And if you're not the self-motivated type, you may find it all too easy to skip your online lessons. If this sounds like you, keep in mind that if you've signed up and paid for classes at a studio (especially if you're going with a friend) you may be more likely to attend, even if you're feeling tired, grumpy, or less than motivated for whatever reason.
So before you decide whether or not online pole dancing lessons are going to work for you, it's a good idea to consider not only the benefits (flexibility, cost savings, etc) but also the potential pitfalls (no accountability, no immediate feedback from an instructor, etc.)
Great! But first let's get one thing straight: Your Pole Pal is NOT referring to YouTube videos.
These videos are great fun to watch of course, very entertaining (how did she DO that?!), and quite inspiring.
Just keep in mind that these clips are normally meant for entertainment, or to promote studio classes, and they rarely provide the level of detailed instruction you should expect from an actual online course. Trying to learn from a studio demo video, especially if it involves advanced moves and you're a rank beginner, is only asking for injury! Remember - safety is sexy!
OK, now that we have that out of the way, here are the online pole dancing lessons that Your Pole Pal recommends.
OpenDance Academy brings you a huge variety of online pole dancing
lessons taught by over 40 different big-name instructors, including
Jamilla Deville, Kenneth Kao, Sarah Scott and many more. These are true
online pole dancing lessons, with nothing to download.
There are lots of different offerings so there's something for everyone no matter if you're a rank beginner or an advanced student.
How'd you like to learn this trick? OpenDance Academy can get you there!
OpenDance Academy's online platform is easy to navigate and the lessons are professionally filmed and broken down into simple components so they're easy to follow.
Best of all, there are several different ways for you to test drive the OpenDance Academy classes without a lot of commitment. Start by checking out these free demo lessons, which short clips of a few of the different lessons, so you can see how they're structured and presented.
After that, you could start off with one of the inexpensive trial class packages. There's one for beginner/intermediate level, and one for intermediate/advanced polers. Each package includes a warm up plus 10 different lessons, each covering a specific move.
If you enjoy your trial lesson, you can upgrade by purchasing the complete level. Or take advantage of the best value and upgrade to the best-selling Pole Dance Platinum package, which gives you lifetime access to all the existing pole dancing classes (currently over 400!) plus new classes that are being added regularly.
In addition to the options above, OpenDance Academy offers individual choreographies, and a flexibility and stretching course that includes almost 10 hours of material - enough to take you from where you are to where you want to be in terms of flexbility!
And guys, check this out, there's even a course just for men. How would you like to be able to do this?!
OpenDance is truly a fabulous platform full of incredible classes taught by world class instructors. Check it out today, you won't be disappointed!
If you're especially interested in the fitness aspects of pole dancing, the PoleBody online pole dancing course may be right for you.
With a focus on the fitness aspects of pole dancing, this course teaches correct form and technique along with plenty of popular pole moves and tricks. These range from ultra-basic through to advanced.
Dana, the instructor in this course, has previous training in ballet, jazz, and other forms of dance, and her experience will help you develop the long, lean lines of a true dancer.
Over 130 videos, including everything from warm ups and stretches to pole moves and conditioning exercises, are included in this streaming package. You can access all the videos online from any device, anytime, and watch as many times as you like. Your access never expires!
Free lifetime updates are also included with your purchase. This means that when new lessons are added, or older material is updated, you'll instantly have access to these new videos without having to do a thing or pay anything extra.
You'll also get access to two bonus videos when you purchase the PoleBody course: Flat and Sexy Abs, and Amazing Tush & Legs.
The PoleBody online pole dancing course also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, so you can try it risk-free. If it's not for you - for any reason - you'll get a prompt refund of every penny.
At just $47 for unlimited access, these online pole dancing lessons are well-priced and will get you off to a solid start and help you advance your pole dancing or pole fitness program. Sign up and start your PoleBody journey today!
Your Pole Pal has heard unfavourable reviews of one particular online course, so caution is advised if you're considering this one.
Amber Starr's Pole Dancing Course is promoted as an award winning course, but there is actually no institution that grants awards for such courses. In the promotional material, Amber herself is described as a master instructor and professional dancer, but there is no indication of her certification or training. In fact, Amber may not even exist as a real person.
The course promotion material states that the course is comprised of over 100 video lessons, however the videos appear to be a random collection of YouTube videos from different channels and instructors, and "Amber" is not present in any of them. Much, if not all, the material appears to have been used without permission, and it is not presented with any kind of structure or progression in mind.
All in all, this is a low quality product that Your Pole Pal simply cannot recommend. For reference, here is an image of the course from the sales page. Please proceed with caution if you decide to purchase this course, as the comments from the wider pole community are not at all flattering.
Although the above courses are current top picks, there are a few other online pole dancing programs starting to pop up as
this sport continues to grow in popularity. They'll be included on this page soon.
Until then, here's a helpful article explaining some ways you can
evaluate any new online lesson package to make sure it offers the
high quality learning experience you deserve.
Are you wondering if you need a pole in order to take online classes? Jenny was, and her question was answered here. Maybe the answer will help you if you're wondering the same thing
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