Been working on fang since I started Pole six years ago. Finally can touch the ground if I add a little bit more leg to me! Tried in the 8 inches and then the 6 inches! Hopefully soon I won’t need any help at all!
Oh my gosh. Where to even start. Taught two such amazing classes today. In the middle, there was a free dance where it looked like every pole had someone dancing on it! and my heart was just swelling! Days like today I am so grateful for everyone on my pole journey and all the students who trust me to help them on theirs. I can’t reiterate enough how much teaching all of you lifts me up and helps me. Pole can be so difficult at times, and it is so important to have good people there with you to help you through it. But it also is full of laughter and sparkles and silly dancing and learning to make a fool of ourselves. Okay I will stop being sappy, but here is a little throwback to a silly choreo that @zanesonit, my original Pole Sister, and I invented with @mica.raven. I miss you so much! At least I have so many amazing Pole peeps who let me spend time with them in KC until I can come throw myself over you in RI!
Just reminiscing about my @thepolerbears team and the can't stop won't stop pole mentality. If you're in the air, your (possibly broken) feet aren't touching the pole. much love to @hiptoaster@whataboutohh
Sometimes, you are exhausted and worn out, and you go to free dance, and you just fall over and over and over. But it is all about just climbing again and starting over. By the end of this 5 and a half (!) minute song, I was desperately screaming inside for it to be over, but it felt good to force myself to keep going even through a bunch of mishaps. Just about feeling free