pole dancing


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pole dancing

n. sexually stimulating erotic dancing and writhing around a metal pole, onstage, before a largely male audience. I didn’t have the body for a career in pole dancing, so I became a house painter.
See also: dance, pole
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Leah Rose Clarke, 29, who owns Chrome Roses pole dancing studio in Cardiff, said: "Anything that is going to grow interest in pole dancing is great.
Sarah-Jayne, 31, has been teaching pole dancing for 12 years - ever since she set up a pole in her dining room, much to her parents' consternation.
Udita Jhunjhunwala appreciated the actress saying, "Fernandez is impressive with her pole dancing during 'Chandralekha.
Like barre, something as stereotyped as pole dancing has found some loyal men addicts.
I'm really a ballet dancer, I've done aerial hoop but I've never tried pole dancing for some reason.
The new classes are the brainchild of former lifeguard David Maund who says pole dancing in water can help to improve fitness, boost confidence and reduce body fat.
Warwick University's Pole Dancing Society is are keen to prove it is a legitimate sport and a great way to exercise - as opposed to an activity only found in strip clubs.
They did their routines as pole dancing teacher Zoe Hardy joined presenters Ruth Langsford and Rylan Clark to defend her classes.
Contestants competing in three categories - men's and women's singles, and doubles - said attitudes to pole dancing were shifting.
NO LONGER the domain of seedy strip clubs, pole dancing is now widely recognised as a form of performance art and a growing fitness trend with 'regular' women of all shapes and sizes flocking to learn the combination of dance and acrobatics.
21 -- MooN dance studio has announced the next pole dancing championship named "PoleArt 2014".
The boyfriend is history, but Webber stuck with the pole dancing, and has done quite well for herself.
I really enjoyed the pole dancing - I was working out and learning a new skill.