Pole Flow 101 Workshop

Taught by Tania Becker
1st December 2019
The Pole Studio, Upstairs at Lynnburn Centre, Lynnburn Road, Pretoria.


Did you know that floor flow in pole competition routines counts for up to a third of the final score?

Do you ever feel lost when it comes to creating original and impressive floor work?

Do you wonder how you can reflect nuances in music and tell a story through movement?

Do you want to find a movement style off the pole that works for you?

If you answered YES to any of the above questions, you will benefit from attending this Pole Flow 101 Workshop.

If you are planning to compete next year, you cannot afford to miss out! Plant the seed of creativity in your mind, let it grow during the December holidays, and come back inspired!

About Tania Becker

Tania started dancing at the tender age of four, spending every day after school training in ballet, as well as tap, modern, Spanish and contemporary dance.
She was accepted to study dance at one of the few professional art high schools in South Africa, where she matriculated and received awards in Dance Artistry and for Best Senior Dance student.
After matriculating, she performed in various dance productions and worked as a Choreographer for stage shows including shows for Vodacom, Durban Fashion Week, Blue Bulls Cheerleaders and music festivals.
After a lifetime of dancing on the floor, she finally discovered aerial dance, initially starting with pole dance classes and later Silks and Lyra.
Today, she performs as a pole and aerial artist, instructs and choreographs for performers and competitors.
She also serves as a judge on numerous panels of National Pole Competitions gaining a lot of knowledge on what works on stage and what does not work!

This workshop is open to all ages and all levels. Members and non-members are welcome.

Please email Tania for bookings.


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