From the category archives:

Challenges

Challenge – A Dance That's "Not Tricky"

January 6, 2010

I have a challenge for you today.  During your next pole session, devote a whole song (or maybe several) to dancing with and around the pole.  Notice that I did not include dancing ON the pole!   The challenge here is dance without using spins, inverts, and all the fun tricks that you may be used [...]

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Burning Bowl Ceremony

December 31, 2009

I want to share another tradition that is very important to me as the new year is approaching.  It is another cleansing process called the Burning Bowl Ceremony.  Don’t worry… if the “burning” part of it sounds too complicated or intense, you can do a modified version that is just as powerful and healing.

The Process
To [...]

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Year End Release Dance

December 31, 2009

As 2009 comes to close, I want to share with you a tradition that I started once I got my first dance pole.  The coming new year signifies a fresh start.  And what a great time to get rid of all the … well… crap (for lack of a better word) from the year that is [...]

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Finding Your Voice

December 23, 2009

Have you been wanting to do something of your own on the internet?  Maybe start a blog, create a product, or post some videos to YouTube?  If so, what’s stopping you?
I know for me it was fear.  You know… the usual.  “What if people don’t like me?”  “What if the stuff I think is important [...]

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Dancing With Childlike Abandon

December 20, 2009

Do you remember how you used to dance when you were a kid?  When you just let the music (or the music in your head) move you and you danced to the joy in your heart?  Do you remember turning and twirling as fast as you could in circles while your arms flew out from your [...]

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What is your biggest challenge?

September 21, 2009

Hopefully, you are on my mailing list and received an email explaining why this is so important to me. If not, you are still in the right place because there are no accidents.
I want your pole practices to be as flowing and uplifting (pun intended – hee hee!) as mine was last night. I want [...]

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