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If you'd invited your friends to a pole dancing party not that many years ago, some of them probably would have run the other way. That's right...way back in the day it wasn't at all uncommon to have to cancel a pole party because the guests all chickened out!
Now, however, it's a different story. With pole dancing now a mainstream form of fitness, more and more people are curious and want to give it a try. And a pole dancing party is the perfect way to do just that!
The main reason these parties are so popular is that they're a great way for a group of friends to try this fun activity in a safe environment. Parties are often held in a home, which can put people more at ease right away.
But even in a studio setting if the participants all know each other, or are given the opportunity to get acquainted beforehand, it's an incredibly fun and supportive environment in which to try pole dancing.
Check out the pages below for more information, and to help you plan your own pole party today!
To start you off, here's a list of pole party questions that you may want to ask the studio or instructor that you're considering hiring, before you book your pole dancing party.
That way there won't be any surprises, as you'll know exactly what you're getting for your money. You'll also know what to expect from the evening, and you'll be able to prepare your friends for all the fun!
Here's some additional pole party info, including details about a typical party format so you'll know what to expect.
While every party is unique, and every instructor has their own special way of structuring the event, this information will give you a general idea of how things will probably go.
From waivers to goody bags it's all here. There's even information on how to find a pole party presenter in your area.
If you know you'd like to throw a pole party but you're looking to incorporate a theme such as Christmas or Valentine's Day, here's a list of theme party ideas to help you celebrate in style.
Get simple ideas for incorporating theme foods, party favors and music into your event.
You'll also find 10 great reasons to pole party, just in case you need to find a good excuse!
Finally, if you need help finding an instructor who can facilitate a party for you, the
worldwide pole dancing directory can help you find someone near you. It's free to use!
P.S. If you own a party company or a studio that offers parties, please be sure to submit a listing to the pole dance directory, so people can find your business!
Start here to find out which method of learning to pole dance is right for you, and learn how to get connected to the resources you need.
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