As Covid-19 has changed our studio to a 'pop-up model', we are limited as to what we can offer, depending on where we are operating.

The very first step if you are new to pole, is getting yourself into an INTRO TO POLE class.

If you don't see one on our schedule that fits your availability, or if you have a group of people wanting to participate together, just reach out to us and we will happily accommodate your group's schedule.

For the summer and early fall program, we are located at our outdoor studio.

During the cold months, we will be switching to indoor PRIVATE & SEMI-PRIVATE classes for 1-2 ppl.

Once indoors, we will once again be offering our studio classes as single classes or 5 week sessions.


This 90 minute class is for students trying pole for the first time

Learn the basic foundation for all our other classes and discover which direction you want to take.

An introduction to choreography, floor work, acro and spins, all broken down and mastered at a beginner's pace.

Once students have completed this class, they will be graduated into

Newbie level classes. Newbie Pole Dancing is only for students who have completed Intro to Pole. Newbies will refresh every week on what they've learned and continue to build a solid foundation. Once they've graduated by their instructor, they will move into Pole Dancing Flow and Rock 'n' Pole.

$45 - This is a 90 minute class


No pole experience is required for the following classes- all dancers are welcome!


Pole Club was designed for all of our students who prefer to meet up at an 'open pole session' and work on tricks and choreography in less of a class environment.


This is less intended for students looking for a regular fitness program, and more intended for students wanting to meet with their pole friends (or make some new ones) while working  together and with different instructors. It is a fantastic way for newbies to see what our intermediate dancers are working on and for our regular dancers to share tips and prepare for upcoming showcases.

Pole Club is also an outlet for dancers looking to perform (don't be shy, it isn't mandatory). PDP's showcases always put the focus on our dancer's strengths and it is open to any dancer at any level!
We know there are a lot of dancers dying to get on a stage, so we make that happen!


Pole Club is only for students who have previous pole experience, or who have completed our Intro to Pole.


This is EXACTLY what you think it is !!

For students who own roller skates and want an intense cardio workout, while fearlessly throwing themselves around the pole, wait no longer!  Poler skating is a hybrid match made in heaven and Pole Dancing PTBO can't wait to integrate theses two worlds of fun loving gals! So many people love the idea of roller skating, but are terrified of falling. When they have the pole for support, a lot of that fear disappears and they're able to focus on their feet! Come ready for some laughs!!!

*Protective gear is recommended


Ready to turn everything upside down? Join us for a strength and flexibility-building High Aerial Yoga class.

A mindful movement practice that decompresses the spine while combining dance flow and Hatha yoga in an aerial hammock!

A GREAT warm up for beginner students working on getting their inversions!



A unique 60 minute class combining basic ballet, yoga, modern dance and mindful stretching.  Focus on alignment,  lengthen and strengthen, develop coordination and flexibility.

This is a great class for students slowly trying to ease into fitness at a mild level, or pole dancers who want to strengthen their dance technique.


No pole experience is required for the following classes- all dancers are welcome!

Your Pleasers have finally arrived...YAY!!!

Next step (pun intended) is learning how to get the most out of them.

Shoes class will teach you tricks and exercises for feeling sturdy on your feet, how to use your platform, where to avoid placing weight and how to land those spins without rolling an ankle.


A huge part of Pole is actually performed on the floor around the pole. In Floor Work we will learn the smooth transitions from spins to floor work and different methods of traveling on the floor.

Knee pads are recommended and Pleaser Heels are welcome!


This has been a studio fave from day one.

Our big outdoor studio has unlimited space for us to flip our hair around while we roll up and slide down, fan kick our legs and work our core at the same time.


Feel like getting dressed up in costumes, doing your hair, throwing on your fishnets and learning a fun routine that you can take home with you?!

It sounds like you're on your way to Burlesque class :D

The best footwear for Burlesque is a low, chunky jazz heal (avoid Pleasers and stilettos)

Wear layers that you can effortlessly remove, and of course, song requests are encouraged.


This is the class that will save you from feeling like you took a 6 week break off of pole when we return to the studio! Since we can't work on spins, we need to maintain and increase the strength the spins require...we're talking about that pole definition that was starting to appear on your arms. We'll also work on getting those toes 'actually' pointed and enhancing our splits.

The following classes require completion of Intro to Pole as a prerequisite

Newbie Pole Dancing is only for students who have completed Intro to Pole. Newbies will refresh every week on what they've learned and continue to build a solid foundation at a beginner's pace. Once they're graduated by their instructor, they will move into Pole Dancing Flow and Rock 'n' Pole.


This class is not only great for working on your technique, but also for increasing upper body and grip strength!

We will learn a variety of combos, incorporating floor work, based on individual ability level.

*Students are welcome to participate in Pleasers and knee pads are recommended



*Bare arms and legs are required.

*Do NOT apply any hand lotion prior to this class.


Newbie Acro:

This class is for students who are just starting their pole journey. You will learn basic sits, holds, hangs and eventually inversions.


Intermediate Acro:

This class is only for students who have graduated Newbie acro, or students coming from other students who can perform inversions.


This class focuses on exercises, progressions and combinations that will help you refine your exotic pole
dance technique. This class will also include opportunities to freestyle, facilitated through prompts to promote authentic and intentional movement.

*Heels are encouraged
*Knee pads are encouraged

*Due to the provocative nature of this workout, participants must be at least 18 years of age

* Explicit language music alert!


Prerequisite: Graduation from Intro to Pole

Choreography classes train dancers to memorize a short routine that we learn through the course of an hour.

Newbie students can participate in bare feet and intermediate level students participate in Pleasers.

Don't be scared if you're new, we always offer some variations to accommodate your skill level ;)



The following classes require graduation from Newbie Pole as a prerequisite

Prerequisite: Graduation from Newbie Pole.
This class is a great cardio workout, as we try to keep moving constantly. We combine and repeat our spins, choreography and floor work. These sequences are great to take home, if you're lucky enough to have a pole!

Prerequisite: Graduation from Newby Pole & Exotic Technique

This sexy class will incorporate Exotic Technique, Shoes, Spins and Floor work.

Always low lit with club lights to set the vibe, always slowed down and performed to sexy music.

All students are encouraged to participate in Pleasers and knee pads... and to SUBMIT MANY MANY SONG REQUESTS!

*Explicit language music alert


Prerequisite: Graduation from Newby Pole

Pole Dancing flow class to LOUD alternative, rock and metal music.

Knee pads required.

*Song requests are highly encouraged