Pole Dance Video Tutorials


Your complementary training at home

Your passion in pole dancing is awakened?

We give you four Non-Pole Intermediate Tutorials & show you what is crucial on your pole level & how you can positively influence your pole dance skills from home. Because in class sometimes there is not enough time to train certain movements intensively enough. With our Non-Pole Intermediate Tutorials you can finally take the time & practice on your own. This training can do wonders for your further pole journey. We wish you a lot of fun!


Good conditioning is the be-all and end-all of any workout. Especially in pole dancing, the focus is on muscles and muscle groups that are often neglected in other workouts. To prepare you best for the spins and tricks, we have put together a selection of different exercises. How intensive you want to make your conditioning training is up to you. The exercises are also suitable for integration into your current training program – Repetition is Queen.


Not only the flexibility of your hip flexor and hamstrings is essential in pole dancing or especially for splits. Especially as a pole dancer you are always confronted with an increased load on your shoulders. It is important not only to promote stability, but also flexibility of this muscle group.

"Somehow I'm stagnating at my level".

A saying we all know. But how can you expand your pole skills and make the leap to the next level or achieve a long-awaited goal? Here are a few small but crucial tips:

The long awaited trick

We've all been there: You've been chasing a trick for years and just can't get it right. It happens to the best of us. If this trick is not one of the most important transition tricks in pole, then just leave it out. The pole world has so many different spins & tricks to offer, you don't have to know them all. Courage to the gap is the motto here and who knows, maybe the trick will work after a break.

Find new motivation

No successes visible to you can be discouraging. The only thing that helps is a change, a new style, a new challenge & the jump into the deep end. There are many different ways to expand your pole skills. For example, attend more choreography lessons, try exotic, or try increasing your physical conditioning and flexibility. Just breaking out of your usual training zone can work wonders.

Attentive dancing

You've built up an extensive repertoire of spins & tricks. Now it's a matter of wrapping it up nicely and using it to its full potential. Be sure to execute your movement completely, complete transitions with arm and head movements, and vary looks and movements. Tricks also want to be danced. Using rotation, different speeds and movement like waves in different positions, your dance on the pole will be unique.

Floor Tricks

“I repeat myself on the floor all the time” – we hear from pole dancers all the time. That doesn’t have to be the case! Floor moves & tricks are perfect to learn, practice and perfect at home. We’ve put together a selection of what we think are the most important intermediate floor tricks, so you’ll have a wider range of moves to choose from the next time you freestyle.


For some a pleasant change and for others a seemingly overwhelming obstacle: the handstand. But to take your skills to the next level, a solid and correctly executed handstand is essential. In this tutorial we will show you how to overcome your “fear” of the handstand and which exercises you can use to practice and improve your handstand at home. Always remember – practice makes perfect.

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 at 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.