Exotic Liquid Pole Dance

Our exotic pole classes are also know as Liquid Pole at Bewitched.

The style of dance we teach is mostly old school, low flow in heels.

Learn how to connect to your body through music, dance and flow to create mesmerising movement.

What is Liquid Pole?

Liquid Pole is our term for our Exotic Pole Dance classes. Instructor Tabitha has been dancing for many years and has trained with a variety of professionals and in different styles and continues to train regularly to bring you the best in every class.

We cover many aspects of dance and movement:

  • How/where to initiate movement from

  • Activation and conditioning

  • Internal/External rotation and how to move from hips and shoulders

  • Lifts and Floats

  • Glides and Slides

  • Level changes

  • Flares and Splays

  • Floor work and floor tricks

  • Basework and base tricks

  • Heel Clacks and Kips

  • Weight transference and pirouettes

  • Gain confidence to freestyle

  • How to connect to music with your body

  • Develop dance skills through movement and sequences

  • Technical elements in class so you understand how/why we move a certain way

  • Prompt work to explore movement, music and emotion

  • Pole Therapy – movement is healing, taking control of your body is powerful!

  • Sensuality

  • Explore elements of eroticism

 

Tabitha does not teach to a set syllabus. Every week will have similar elements, but often tap into what you need to improve.

 

As you can see from the above list, there are so many elements to learn and cover. Often taking a little from here and there some classes, while others will have just 1 element to focus on.

 

This will give you a balance of learning and allow you to explore more of what you enjoy in dance.

Some lessons will be more technical, others more explore based, some full choreo and some sequential based lessons.

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What is Liquid Pole?

Liquid Pole is our term for our Exotic Pole Dance classes. Instructor Tabitha has been dancing for many years and has trained with a variety of professionals and in different styles and continues to train regularly to bring you the best in every class.

We cover many aspects of dance and movement:

  • How/where to initiate movement from

  • Activation and conditioning

  • Internal/External rotation and how to move from hips and shoulders

  • Lifts and Floats

  • Glides and Slides

  • Level changes

  • Flares and Splays

  • Floor work and floor tricks

  • Basework and base tricks

  • Heel Clacks and Kips

  • Weight transference and pirouettes

  • Gain confidence to freestyle

  • How to connect to music with your body

  • Develop dance skills through movement and sequences

  • Technical elements in class so you understand how/why we move a certain way

  • Prompt work to explore movement, music and emotion

  • Pole Therapy – movement is healing, taking control of your body is powerful!

  • Sensuality

  • Explore elements of eroticism

 

Tabitha does not teach to a set syllabus. Every week will have similar elements, but often tap into what you need to improve.

 

As you can see from the above list, there are so many elements to learn and cover. Often taking a little from here and there some classes, while others will have just 1 element to focus on.

 

This will give you a balance of learning and allow you to explore more of what you enjoy in dance.

Some lessons will be more technical, others more explore based, some full choreo and some sequential based lessons.

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Booking Info

We welcome you to wear what you feel most comfortable in. Whether it be a baggy trousers and hoodie kind of day in socks, a fun leggings and crop top, or the sexiest outfit alive – we are here for it all, no judgement!

What heel size? For beginners we recommend socks, and no more than 7 inch heels. (Best to start 6.5 inches). Then move up to higher heels as you feel more comfortable and stable.

Most classes you will start in socks to learn and then wear heels after understanding the movement.

A note for beginners:

this style of dance is a lot harder than it looks. It can be frustrating to be unable to move or ‘get’ how to do it at first. It takes months and years of regular training to become fluid and confident.

 

Be patient with yourself on your journey. We are here to support you as you learn and grow.

We have split our classes into beginner and advanced.

If you have never tried this style of dance before or have only ever done choreo classes then we highly recommend the beginners class.

1 Per Pole

£65 Per Month Starlet Membership

£18 Drop-in

£70 for 4 pack (use in 8 week term)

Beginners

Mondays at 7.30pm Tabitha FULL

Fridays at 8pm with Hannah in April

A special 4 week course £50 (only 7 spaces!)

Advanced

Tuesdays at 8.30pm 

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Online Liquid Pole Classes

Thursdays at 6.30pm

£10 per class or £35 for 4 classes

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