My First Time at Aerial Yoga

My name is Blair Kaplan and I’ve been practicing yoga since 2005. A few years ago my interest in aerial yoga was piqued when I saw it offered as a class at Wanderlust Festival in Whistler. Sadly, the class filled up and I was unable to try it at the time. It was always in the back of my mind … Read More

Men Can Pole: Alex Hart’s Story

One of our favourite things about Alex Hart is that he is breaking the stereotype of who society thinks is a “pole athlete.” Alex is a 55-year young pole athlete who will be competing at this year’s Canadian Pole Fitness Association Championships (a.k.a. Nationals). In fact, Alex will be the oldest competitor this year. Alex, a single father of 2 … Read More

What is Aerial Arts? Part 2

The world of Aerial Arts is so vast that we had to break our plethora of information about the sport into two posts. Last week we spoke about a few different types of classes that you can take in the world of Aerial Arts and you can check that our HERE. There really is something for everyone and once you … Read More

What is Aerial Arts? Part 1

A lot of us, at one point or another, has been to a cool event where there were aerial artists flying around on silks or hoops. When seeing this, almost everyone is in awe and amazed at the skills and expertise that these people have while they dance through the sky. Remember, these people all had to start somewhere and … Read More

A Week in the Life of a Pole Student with Geena

Each pole student is unique and different. Each pole student has an interesting world that they live in outside of the studio. Every pole student’s schedule is different so we want to show you what life is like for Geena Renk, a pole student who’s been with us for just over a year. Geena was a competitive gymnast between the … Read More