Finally a Master

No, Not at Pole……… I am closing in on a week of graduating from Vitrebo University in La Crosse WI. After a long two years I finally earned Master of Arts in Education. Although graduation was great, it did not come without judgement. Last week Monday, I had to travel and stay on Viterbo University’s…

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Getting to Know You – Chrissy

Sometimes affectionately called “Sadistic Fitness Barbie” around the studio, Instructor Chrissy started her pole journey back in October 2014. She had always been interested in dance but didn’t have the time to do it while growing up on a farm. When she lived in Hawaii she started to research different exercise places and pole was…

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Getting to Know You – Alison

In June 2015, Instructor Alison was talking with some friends about taking some pole classes at Aerial Dance, but she was the only one to follow through. However, initially she had more interest in the hammock than pole so she started her journey with the aerial apparatus and gradually worked into pole. She first fell…

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When Life Stinks…

One of the things I love about Aerial Dance is the safety – the safety to tell the truth about what is happening in your life and, rather than judgement, to be surrounded with love, support and encouragement. I’m very raw, honest and real today and I’m able to share this part of my story…

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Party Time!!!

My sister and her friends are still talking about how much fun my sister’s bachelorette party was two weeks ago! My sister just graduated from UWGB as a Registered Dietician so I wanted to plan a fun weekend to celebrate her wedding but with some health oriented stuff to also celebrate her four years of…

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It Doesn’t Have to Be a One and Done!

You Competed….. So Now What? The amount of preparation that goes into a pole competition is no small amount of time or cost. Many competitors believe that their competition routines are one and done, but that is far from the truth! Pole competition routines can be performed and tweaked with each competition. This year at…

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Register for SUMMER Pole!

Registration is now open for 8-week Pole Courses starting the week of July 8th and ending before Labor Day. Beginner Pole is a fantastic workout! It costs $160 for the full 8-week course which includes 8 one-hour pole classes and 8 practice sessions that are at variable times throughout the 8-week session. Register online.

Pippin Performance

Last night I had the amazing opportunity to join my outstanding Aerial sisters at the Pippin Open House at the Broadway Theater in Green Bay. I was able to spend an hour and a half supporting and cheering on several of our instructors and students as we showcased the aerial arts of hoop and pole.…

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Aerial Dance Takes Chicago By Storm

PSO Central Pole Competition 2018 (Pole Sport Organization) This year PSO hosted it’s annual Central Pole Competition at the beautiful Athenaeum Theatre. Aerial Dance’s Competition team and support team was there in full force! It was with an extremely heavy heart that I had to miss this competition. Pole competitions have become a tradition for many…

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