top of page


Helpful Info

How do I sign up for class?

All students must register online prior to attending a class.

Do I have to pay the whole amount to sign up for a class?


Can I pay for class at the studio?

Yes, however cash is NOT accepted at the studio.  The risk in not booking online prior to coming to the studio is that the class can be sold out, or even cancelled if no one signed up online 2 hours prior to class start time.

What is your refund policy?

We do not offer refunds for any reason unless it is truly studio error.

What is your rescheduling policy?

Classes can be rescheduled up to 3 hours prior to class start time.  PPD&F will assess a $5 rescheduling fee.  There are no class credits given if the class is not rescheduled at least 3 hours prior to the class start time.  PPD&F will try to accommodate the new date request, but we cannot guarantee it.

What is the age requirement for pole dance classes?

We allow teens aged 18+ to book pole dance classes. If under 18, there must be parental/guardian written (in person) consent.

Late Policy

We recommend showing up at least 10 minutes before your class begins to avoid being late. Warming up properly is one of the most important parts of class. If you are more than 5 minutes late to class, we reserve the right to not allow you to participate and you will lose that class.

How should I dress for a pole class?

We recommend wearing clothes you can move around in and that expose skin on the legs and arms so that you can grip the dance pole easier. Heels are NOT required.

Are men allowed to take classes?

Yes. This is a gender friendly facility.

What is your policy for pregnant guests?

Pregnant guests may participate at the discretion of their physician.

Can I bring a child and have them sit to the side?

Minors that are under the age of 13 and are not participating in a class may not attend or be present in the studio at any time.

What is the weight limit for the pole?

The maximum weight of the dancer dancing on the pole cannot be calculated or recommended. It is important to understand that the real limitation is the lateral force generated by the dancer. For example, a very thin and light dancer may spin very fast and generate quite a large centrifugal force, which may be equal to or greater than the force generated by a heavy dancer with slow and smooth movements. The lateral force generated may also be due to the different heights of the bar placed between different floor coverings and different ceilings. There are too many variables to consider in order to calculate the correct braking force.

What is your Covid-19 policy?

Masks are not required at this time; however, we reserve the right to change that policy at any time for the safety of our guests & staff.

bottom of page