All you need to know about POLE DANCING

What is pole dancing?

Pole fitness can be seen as a form of art and sport this ultimately depends on the style of pole that you are drawn to the most as pole has many different styles.

Pole combines elements of dance, gymnastics, and calisthenics. It is a physically demanding on our bodies and requires both upper and lower body strength, as well as flexibility and coordination.

The focus of pole is on using one's own body weight to execute various spins, inversions, and poses on a vertical pole in order to create combinations and routines.

in recent years, pole dancing has emerged as a mainstream form of exercise, with studios and classes popping up all over the world. It is now recognized as a legitimate form of fitness that offers a wide range of physical and mental benefits.

What are the benefits?

What are the benefits?

  1. Community
    It's a great way to become part of an uplifting, diverse and accepting community.
  2. Increase Strength
    You'll learn to master your own bodyweight and increase your body awareness.
  3. Increase flexibility
    You will become more flexible as you practice demanding shapes.
  4. Self expression
    You can express yourself and your emotions through movement, dance or play.
  5. Increased confidence and self-esteem
    Last but not least overtime with perseverance and determination you will want to develop and work on a healthier, stronger and more confident you!

How to find out if Pole Dancing is for you

If you enjoy a good challenge, then pole dancing is definitely worth trying.

The best way to find out if it's for you is to give it a shot. Step out of your comfort zone and embrace the opportunity to explore something new. Pole dancing isn't just about fitness; it's about empowerment and self-expression. So why not give it a try? You might discover a new passion!

Remember every professional was once a beginner!

What should you consider before booking your first pole dance class?

  • Firstly, make sure you find the right teacher who makes you feel comfortable and supported. A welcoming and encouraging environment is key to enjoying the experience.
  • Secondly, don't be shy reach out to the studio and see which class they suggest you to attend to as your first class. Though they may have a Beginner class on their schedule after speaking with you they may decide to offer you to try another class that's more suitable.
  • Lastly, Remember to take it slow and be patient with yourself; progress takes time and practice. Embrace the process, stay positive, and most importantly, have fun!


  • Be sure to wear a sports bra and shorts. The shorter the better. The more skin that you have on show the easier it will be for you to grip onto the pole.
  • Do not apply any moisturizer to your skin or hands 12 hours prior to your class. Moisturizer can make you slippery on the pole, compromising your grip.
  • Barefoot. Shoes are not necessary when pole dancing as you'll need to grip to the pole. Barefoot allows for better grip. You may wear socks throughout the class however if theres a move that requires your foot to grip you may have to take your sock off.
  • Consider layers: If you're uncomfortable showing too much skin, you can layer with leggings or a lightweight top that you can remove once you warm up.


Getting here: 

RTA parking is accessible both at the front and backside of the building, and the location is conveniently reachable by metro. Atria is just a 2-minute walk from the FGB metro station. 

We are located in the same building as “Breville” and are on the first floor, studio number 106. 

Studio Rental:

Whether you’re planning a photoshoot, special occasion, to host a class or for marketing and advertisement purposes our bright and inviting space is a perfect option for just 250 AED Per Hour. 

Please get in touch with us via email or via WhatsApp to secure your booking. 50 353 9554