Andover Carnival 2014

You have have seen that Purity Studio had an Aerial Hoop set up at The Andover Carnival 2014. It was a long day, as we were there from 8.30am until about 8pm, introducing many men, woman and children to the circus art of Aerial Hoop, also known as Lyra.

So many had never heard of it, or seen it, but I was amazed to see so many give it a go. We had a total of 12 adults and 20 children try it. The youngest children were 6, and the oldest was a 79 year old man! I hope I can still use an Aerial Hoop when I am his age!

The sun was shining all day long, making the Andover Carnival very popular.

More people now know there is a new dedicated dance and fitness studio in Andover, running pole dancing, aerial hoop, pole fitness, Personal Training and INSANITY classes right on their door step. Small classes, so there is plenty of instructor time, and students can progress fast.

I will be starting children’s Aerial Hoop classes from September 2014, please contact Jolene through the site, or on 07961 054 863 to register your interest, for these new lessons.

Or let me know if you are interested in parent/child Aerial Hoop classes as well, as a lot of the mum’s couldn’t resist a go for themselves 😉

Carnival

 

Aerial Hoop – Andover

Aerial Hoop lessons are now available for you at the Purity Dance and Fitness Studio in Andover, Hampshire. Come and learn many holds, drops and routines with Jolene, who is Miss Pole Dance UK finalist for 2008, one of the UK’s longest established instructors. She has danced in many towns and the City of London.

Please click here to see the timetable.

 

Side Star

This location normally has people traveling from the surrounding areas of Andover including, Salisbury, Whitchurch, Winchester, Basingstoke, Newbury, Eastleigh, Southampton, and other parts of Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire.

Pole Dancing in Isle of Wight!!

Please Note: this blog page is from 2012. Purity is no longer on the Isle of Wight, and can only be booked in the one studio in Andover.

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At last I have not only found a suitable venue for pole dancing classes, but I have now booked it in the Isle of Wight. Purity Pole Dancing will be bringing it’s fun pole dancing lessons to Ryde Sports Centre.

I will be using 4 R-poles, and classes will be the same format as all the other Purity locations with a maximum of 2 students per pole, plenty of pole time and plenty of instructor time.

Initially I will be doing some taster classes, the first one being on Saturday 14th July 2012, and depending on interest, moving on to 3 week courses.

You do not need high levels of fitness, or any pole experience, as beginner classes are there to start you from scratch to build up strength.