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faqs

Q: What should I wear for pole or aerial classes?

A: For Pole: You need some skin contact in order to grip the pole so we suggest shorts and a vest top t-shirt but there's no pressure to get any skin out for your first couple lessons! Please avoid using any moisturiser/fake tan 24hrs before class to avoid making the pole slippery as this can be dangerous for you and anyone sharing your pole! Remove any rings, bracelets and watches to avoid damaging the poles, your jewellery and your hands!

 

For Aerial: Make sure the backs of your knees are covered. Leggings or jogging bottoms is great. We also suggest wearing a jumper and making sure your waist is covered, especially for silks!

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Q: I've never done pole or aerial before, am I too weak/heavy/old to do it?

A: Of course not! Anyone can do pole or aerial, we tailor our classes to suit your ability and build your strength and confidence over time with progressively harder movements and longer sequences of moves.

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Q: I'm nervous about starting pole. Can I watch a class first to decide if I like it?

A: We do not allow spectators for classes for health and safety reasons. The best way to find out if you like it is to try it!

Q: How do I book a class?

A: You can book classes and packages using our booking system GymCatch which can be found here. You will also find our up-to-date timetable there. 

Q: What if I have booked onto a class and can no longer make it?

A: As long as you cancel with at least 24hrs notice on Gymcatch, you can get a class credit to be redeemed for another class. Please be aware if you cancel with less notice, we are not able to credit that class back to you.

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Q: How busy are classes?

A: It varies from class to class and week to week but we limit our class sizes to a maximum of 10 people across 5 poles/hoops/silks.

Q: Are you available for private bookings?

A: Yes we are. Please contact us for more information on availability and pricing.