Pole Dance Video Tutorials


Your complementary training at home

You have discovered "Exotic" and the dance in heels for yourself?

We give you four Heels Beginner Tutorials on the way, in which we show you what is crucial on the way to the Exotic Queen & with which you can positively influence your heels skills from home. Because in class sometimes there is not enough time to train certain movements intensively enough. With our Beginner Heels Tutorials you can finally take the time & practice on your own. This training can do wonders for your further exotic journey. We wish you a lot of fun!

Heels Conditioning

Good heels conditioning is the be-all and end-all of any exotic unit. Especially the ankles and calves are in the focus of this style and have to defy many forces, packed in heels. To prepare you for your workouts with heels, we have put together a selection of different exercises. How intensive you want to make your conditioning training is up to you. However, the exercises can easily be integrated into your regular training program – repetition is queen.


Your feet and calves are under constant stress in Exotic. Therefore, they not only want to be strengthened, but also stretched. An appropriate cool down after each workout is important. It prevents injuries and positively influences the recovery phase and the next training session.

"No way - I can't move with heels like that & so sexy".

This is often the reaction of pole dancers who have only recently started pole dancing. But wait, we’ve all been to that point and we’ve all made it. Here are a few tricks and tips on how you too can get started on the Exotic journey:


Remember, we've all been at the same point as you at one time or another. So you don't have to feel weird or uncomfortable at all if it doesn't look quite the same to you as it does to pole dancers who have been practicing Exotic for a bit longer. By the way - most sexy looking figures in Exotic don't feel sexy at all 😉


Pleasers (the high platform shoes) take some getting used to, absolutely. As it is with habits, you can also speed up the process by, for example, simply putting the shoes on once at home - no matter whether you are cooking, working in the home office or simply walking up and down. This way you get used to the feeling faster and your well-being increases.

Hold on the pole

An often helpful thought is that in Exotic Pole Dance you usually have at least one hand on the pole. This allows you to hold on most of the time, support your feet and joints under stress, and gain confidence before going anywhere without a pole. Otherwise, we recommend our Heels Walk Tutorial.

Heels Walk

“Walking in heels without holding onto the pole? – Never!” – we hear again and again from “heels newbies”. It doesn’t have to be! You can perfectly practice and perfect walking and standing up in pole heels with everything that goes with it at home. In this tutorial we will show you which tricks will help you.


The Hairsplash, the head swing, the so-called “Figure 8” and how all these head movements are still called, are part of almost every Exotic Choreography. But there is much more to a sexy hairsplash than simply “circling” your head. How to move your head seductively without damaging your neck and without losing control of your hair, you will learn in this tutorial.

Pole training at home

There are also poles for home, which can be conveniently clamped between the floor & ceiling (without any screws). However, the purchase of your own pole needs to be considered carefully, as they cost between CHF 250.- and 350.- – but they will last a pole’s lifetime. We recommend to buy only poles from a trustworthy manufacturer, because we would like to avoid any “pole-fails”. Here you can find the X-Poles for your training at home. You have another pole in mind? We will be happy to advise you, just contact us by email.

Pole training in the studio

You want to train regularly for you, but you have no space or pole at home? No problem, we have the solution! With the Studio Access you get your own badge and your personal access to our studio 7 days a week. Train when and how you want, no matter if pole dance, floor flow, pilates, stretching or strength training. We provide you with the space or a pole and you will also find various aids in the studio, such as yoga mats, blocks, weights, balls, etc..

Still want to expand your training?

Have questions about your training or your pole journey in general? Contact us via email, social media or talk to us directly on site in person. We are happy to help you at any time.