Sunday March 24th, 2019
Tired of the same shoulder roll and forearm stand moves and wanting to add more to your tool box of tricks on the floor? Floor and grounded inversions can be a great work out, a beautiful static pose, and a great addition to a low flow sequence.
Join us as we cover proper muscle engagement, conditioning practices, and new poses for shoulder rolls and forearm stands. Don’t worry, we’ll also talk about making these poses super sexy and even doing them in heels!
This class is not exclusively for pole dancers but you should feel comfortable with shoulder stands, backward and forward rolls, and forearm stands.
Sunday April 21st
CryStylez: Ground Control at 12:00 PM
Tricks with Stylez at 1:30 PM
CryStylez: Ground Control
12:00 PM-1:15 PM
Ever wanted to fly under the radar? Take control of your flight and get GROUNDed! Experience a workshop comprised of low-flow, base work and floor level sequences. Regardless of artistic voice, we’ll combine modern movements, floor-otic flows, acrobatic executions, intricate threading and expressive choreography to extend across and around space. (Can be done with or without pole)
All experience and ability levels
*Sensual Warm Up and Conditioning
*Muscle engagement and dynamic use
*Musicality with a focus on intention and nuances
*Incorporating the use of space and travel (wall, pole and/or props) with fundamental movement
*Choreography creating seamless and unexpected transitions using sliding, threading and creative shapes
Knee pads, leg warmers, over-the-knee socks, heels and or bare feet may be needed at any given time.
Tricks with Stylez
1:30 PM-3:00 PM
Come and Get Some #polegoals MAGIC! Be visually simplistic and seamless, but charismatic and strategic. Dissect Crystylez' complex, meticulous and endurance filled sequences, all while honing your pole voice and shining beyond imagination! Flip, twist, twirl, thread, push, press and fly with intricate and innovative movement on, off and around the pole.
Strong climber and inversions from the floor suggested.
*Warm Up and Conditioning
*Dissect popular poses and sequences with and without the pole
*Discover movement alternatives for those who may need or find modifications
Knee pads, leg warmers, socks, heels and or bare feet may be needed at any given time.