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5 Benefits of Pole Dancing

5 Benefits of Pole Dancing

When people ask my why I love pole dancing, the answer is easy!  I have never found a form of fitness makes me strong whilst having so much fun!  Whilst I could list 50 benefits of pole dancing here are the top 5:

Improved fitness: Pole dancing is a great form of exercise that can help improve your overall fitness. It can help you build strength, flexibility, and endurance, while also toning your muscles and burning calories.

Boosted self-confidence: Pole dancing requires a lot of courage and vulnerability, as you may need to show some skin and perform in front of others. However, as you learn new skills and become more comfortable with your body, you may find that your self-confidence grows as well.

Enhanced creativity: Pole dancing is an art form that allows for creativity and self-expression. As you learn new moves and develop your own style, you may find that your creativity is enhanced and that you're able to express yourself in new and exciting ways.  There is nothing more freeing than putting on some music and just letting yourself flow with the music

Stress relief: Pole dancing can be a great way to relieve stress and tension. The physical activity can help release endorphins, which are feel-good hormones that can help reduce anxiety and improve your mood.

Community support: Many pole dancing studios offer a supportive community of individuals who are all working towards similar goals. This can be a great way to meet new people, build friendships, and feel supported and encouraged along your pole dancing journey.  Then let's not forget our Pole is like no other, it is whole new world you didn't know existed!

If that's not enough, then there is the amazing clothing and heels!  That is where we Pole Gear NZ comes in making sure you are kitted out in all the goodies to help you feel f**king fabulous!

Once you enter the world of pole dancing you will never look back and question why you didn't find it sooner!  

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  • Megan Harris-Early