Next month, I will be participating in my first pole dance competition. An internal panic attack was my initial reaction 3 months ago. I’m humble and frequently underestimate my abilities due to possibly disappointing myself and spectators. Naturally, I didn’t think I was good enough. At one point, my anxiety was so high, I took… Continue reading Pole Competition: First One
Out of many 2017 goals, one was to become a certified pole dance instructor. Because my home studio uses Pole Moves’ Pole Progression Series Teaching Methods, it was a no brainier for me to get certified through them! The program was straight forward, I didn’t have many questions and my Master Trainer provided detailed feedback… Continue reading Certified Pole Instructor
Almost a year following my drastic hair cut , I missed having my hair colored. Therefore, I had my girlfriend give me a hair makeover. Check out the two step bleaching process and final look video below.
The life I live in my head allows me to do whatever I want, which includes trying a lot of new activities. This is how I’m trying to live 2017. Initially I thought it would be easy, yet in reality it’s exhausting but manageable with some planning. Just in the first quarter I joined two… Continue reading Life on my Terms
Hey guys! Last month, I set a few personal goals that I’m in the process of achieving: Get the concealed carry process going, which included shelling out loads of money for two 8 hr classes. On top of applying for my license.Note: The costs weren’t too bad. Find a few local groups and clubs that… Continue reading Just Do It
I log my struggles, their progression, and my temporary triumphs. My triumphs are temporary because pole dancing isn’t about mastering a move then another. To me, it’s about the journey to accomplishing a move –perfecting the fundamentals then adding various entrances (getting into the move), accenting the move (simply holding the pose or making sure… Continue reading Pole Dancer’s Log
My nerves tried to control me. Initially they did, I had to find the courage to face my fears of performing in front of 150 people for the first time. The courage came easily once I realized I was performing in front of my pole family. But those nerve came back just hours before it… Continue reading Pole Dance Student Showcase