Pay R299 for nine pole dancing lessons at BodyMind Studios, valued at R620 (save 52%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 52% on nine pole dancing lessons
  • Groupon includes one introductory class and two classes a week for four weeks
  • Fabulous way to keep fit
  • Improve self-confidence

The Fine Print

  • Groupon redeemable for 3 months
  • Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
  • Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon
  • Booking essential for various branch
  • One Groupon per person
  • Call 011 476 2192/081 382 4483 for more information or email info@bodymind.co.za
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The Roaring 20’s are responsible for all sorts of amazing things, like flapper dresses and jazz music and, according to a somewhat reliable source, the rise of pole dancing, though it was probably deemed unbearably racy back then. Embrace the fact that it takes a lot more than flashing a bit of knee while dancing the Charleston to be considered risqué these days and get nine pole dancing lessons at BodyMind Studios for R299.

Unless you used to star in Baywatch, running on the treadmill is just not sexy. Nor is it good for your knees, but that’s not the point. Pole dancing on the other hand has the monopoly on sexy and has long been considered a great way to get fit, increase flexibility, improve posture and tone muscles in a way routine exercise just can’t. Thinking about it logically, supporting your body weight on one arm and holding yourself horizontal on a vertical pole are just the kind of thing that would increase fitness. Also, unless you’ve been living the hermit life in a little cave far removed from society, you’ll have your own thoughts on pole dancing and what type of person can do it, making it one of the best ways to improve your self-confidence and body-awareness.

The introductory class, unlike Rocky Mountain oysters, is exactly what it sounds like; a 45-minute introduction to the world of pole dancing. Eight beginner’s classes are designed to build strength, because as silly as it could look, swinging around on a pole can be quite taxing. It’s also aimed at getting people comfortable with the art of pole dancing, covering all the basics like spins, jumps, slides and moving like you’re singing “my hips don’t lie” in your head.

You don’t have to show up in gold hot-pants and tassels, or nickname yourself Busty LaRoux and keep a permanent sultry expression on your face to enjoy a good twirl around the pole. In fact, it’s probably better if you don’t mind laughing at yourself because a chuckle is good for your stomach muscles.

Alberton 
First floor Bracken Villa Shopping Centre
Cnr Vermooten & Atmore Street
Brackendowns
Contact: 076 197 8821      

Blairgowrie 
Second Floor, Blairgord Centre
Cnr Blairgowrie and Gordon Rd
Contact: 083 256 2255

Edenvale 
Cnr De Wet & Van Riebeeck Street
Edenvale
Contact: 082 854 7342     

Fairlands 
First floor Zotos House
183 Smit Street
Cnr 5th Ave
Contact: 081 382 4483

Fourways
Lower Level, Fourways Junction
Cnr William NIcol & Whitehills Blvd
Contact: 082 331 9177 

Helderkruin 
Shop 35 Westways Shopping Centre
Cnr Ouklip and Wilgerood Rd
Helderkruin
Roodepoort
West Rand
Contact: 081 382 4483

Rivonia
First floor Rivonia Center
369 Rivonia Boulevard
Cnr 11th Ave
Contact: 081 382 4483

Pole Dancing Fact: A dancer by the name of Susan Amy VanRyhn is famous for inventing a pole dancing move called “the tea cosy”. No one is quite sure why the move is called this, because it involves nothing more than swinging around a pole with one hand, while flashing a name-tag to the audience with the other.

 

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