I am writing with reference to your article in the Skegness Standard about the pole dancing
club. I am in full support of it. It is a totally different thing to lap dancing, which some people seem to get it confused wit. I have been pole dancing for two years and have reached my grade 13. I do not work in a club but do it for pole fitness
and fun. It is not recognised by any governing body at the moment due to no-one connecting it to fitness/exercise. I know of a few schoolgirls that take lessons also, because it is good pole dancing exercise
and not something that is seedy and bad for children. We wear shorts and vest tops.
I understand from your article that there are no windows in the building anyway, so I cannot see the problem with having a children’s room attached next door.
I think it would be a good thing for Ingoldmells. A new attraction which would bring in more custom. The majority of people are sensible and would not be offended by it.
I have noticed more and more pubs having poles fitted recently, so that customers can dance round them even if they have not had lessons and do not know the correct way to use them. They are there for fun too.
Southview Leisure Park
Source: skegness standard
Pole Dancing – You definitive guide
Pole dancing burns calories, tones body muscles, increases flexibility, improves fitness and can help tone your whole body. If you want to take up pole dancing then head to a class or keep training at home with a portable pole dancing kit and the pole aerobics workout DVD included for the basic moves:
The Walk Around: Stand tall with your shoulders back. Hook your arm around the pole and tip toe slowly and sexily around the pole.
The Body Ripple: Holding the pole with one hand, move your shoulders into it. Stick your bum out and ripple inwards until your stomach is on the pole. Then pull out your shoulders, bringing your pelvis towards pole. Repeat several times so the movement flows. (more…)