Pole fitness is an absolutely fantastic workout for your abs, arms, legs, shoulders – everything; it’s tons of fun and ANYONE can do it (you dont need to be strong to start pole fitness – doing pole fitness helps make you strong).
You’ll be learning exciting new tricks and spins, you rarely realise how many times you lift your own body weight in just one class. The benefits of pole fitness go so much deeper than just developing physical attributes such as strength, flexibility and agility. It will improve your mind, your confidence, your emotions, stress levels and more while introducing you to new friends.
What We Offer
- Group classes
- Pole private 1-1 & small group training
(please email/call for availability and to book your private session)
- Pole Hen/birthday parties
Pole Private Sessions
The ultimate fast-track to pole progression is best achieved in a private sessions. If you want to train with a friend, we have packages for up to 4 people.
Private sessions focus on getting you to a higher standard, ensuring you are executing spins and tricks correctly with 100% of the coach’s attention.
It is understandable that pole can be a very daunting and demanding sport, so a private session is the best way to build your confidence.
Please note: We require a 48 hour cancellation notice if you are unable to attend you will be liable to pay the fee for private lessons if cancelled after this period.
Hen Do, Birthday, Girls Night In?
Ever thought of holding a Pole Dancing party? Perfect for hen dos, birthdays or corporate events, our parties are great fun and will really bring everyone together.
Sessions are usually 1.5 hours long but can be tailor made to your needs.
Your party includes a bottle of bubbly.
Our Aldridge based studio is available for hire (subject to availability) if you fancied getting some extra hours pole practice hours in on your own or with a small group.
Just be sure to remember that there will not be any instructors available to help you, and therefore Phoenix pole fitness can’t be held liable for any accidents.
Standard Group Classes
We have 2 diffrent types of class 1 person per pole and up to a maximum of two people per pole. Our smaller class sizes mean you get more attention and bespoke training and development from our teaching team.
We find this usually results in faster learning than in larger classes.
1 person per pole class (maximum number 9 *)
2 person per pole class (maximum number 14*)
1 per pole classes cost -£10 per lesson
2 per pole classes cost -£8 per lesson
*payable in advance to secure space, this can be done online when booked or if you prefer to pay cash you can book in the studio – please give yourself plenty of time to book to avoid disappointment.
We have classes daytimes / evenings weekends , please check our timetable to find a class that suits you. If you have any queries please give us a call or email .
If you cannot attend your class please inform us as soon as possible. We require a 48 hour cancellation notice – to which you can then move your booking to another class within a 2 week period. Sorry we cannot do refunds.
£20 per hour – For up to 2 people
£10 per person per hour – For 3+ people
£15 per perosn for 1.5 hours
(minimum 9 people – maximum 18 people)
1-2-1: £25 – 1 hour
1-2-1 £20 – 45min
2-2-1: £12.50pp – 1 hour
3+: £10pp – 1 hour
For bulk buy options, please contact us. Please note we require a 48 hour cancellation notice if you are unable to attend you will be liable to pay the fee for private lessons if cancelled after this period.
Standard Group Prices
£10 per 1 hour session (1 person per pole)
£8 Per 1 hour session (2 per pole)
We do not teach anyone under the age of 16 years in general group classes ( unless stated as kids aerial fitness ). Participants between the ages of 16 and 18 must have consent from a parent or guardian.
You’re never too old to take up pole!
We will help you lose weight and gain strength, and confidence. Everyone starts somewhere! Pole is suitable for all fitness levels and people of all shapes and sizes. Best of all you will be having so much fun you won’t even realise you are working out! Pole works your upper body and core, raises your heartrate and burns a lot of calories. However if you feel particularly concerned about your weight please contact us.
Wear something that you feel comfortable in that does not restrict movement. Gym clothing is fine. When you first start classes it is fine to wear leggings or tracksuit bottoms. Once you start learning to sit and climb the pole you will need some skin to grip the pole so shorts are essential.
Lycra shorts are recommended, but any shorts will do.
As you progress and become more confident up the pole there are some moves where you need skin grip around the waist and tummy. Most people just roll their T-shirt/vest up for these moves. However you can also wear a crop top.
Please bring warm clothes for warm-up and cool-down.
Classes are taken barefoot. You are welcome to wear ballet slippers or similar if you prefer.
In order to protect our poles and your belongings, jewellery must be removed prior to commencing a class.
Do not apply oils or lotions to the skin prior to your class. They will make you slip off the pole!
Yes, we have a small car park st the rear of the building- there is also plenty of free parking around Aldridge town centre.
While you are perfecting new moves on the pole there is a risk that you will get bruises and/or friction burns. Some people bruise more easily than others.
After warm-up we do spins and poses, connecting moves together. We also do strength conditioning for pole, and when you are ready and as we progress we work on combos and tricks on the pole. We will always finish the class with a cool-down and stretch.
You will learn mainly on static poles however there will be regular opportunities to use spinning poles too. These rotate and create a very beautiful, graceful movement.
Make sure you bring your own water.
Bring a flannel or hand towel. Although the poles will be thoroughly cleaned before your class, you will find it useful to regularly dry your hands and dry the pole to prevent slipping.
If you are asthmatic please bring your own inhaler and let your instructor know where it is so she can access it if needs be.
Do not eat any later than two hours prior to your class. This can help for some people who experience motion sickness!