pole dancing


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pole dancing

n
(Dancing) a form of entertainment in which a scantily dressed woman dances erotically, turning on and posing against a vertically fixed pole on a stage
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But for many pole dancing has become an ideal way to exercise as fitness classes have been growing all over the country.
The highly athletic members of the university's Pole Dancing Society - which includes men and women - are ensuring that there is someone on a pole at the campus piazza non-stop for 24 hours, starting at 9am on Friday.
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.
The boyfriend is history, but Webber stuck with the pole dancing, and has done quite well for herself.
Cricket wag Lisa Darcy is moving her pole dancing school because the popular classes have outgrown their old studio.
Given that some people consider pole dancing a risky sport, particularly as once advances and learns more daring tricks, Vladislava says: "Safety is paramount in our classes.
They are now preparing for the finals in Luton next month at the Princess Pole Dancing studio in Marsh, under the expert guidance of tutor Sarah-Jayne Marcussen, 27.
Street pole dancing is the latest fitness craze set to take Wales by storm.
I really enjoyed the pole dancing - I was working out and learning a new skill.
Melbourne July 8( ANI ): A Tahmoor bred German shepherd Roscoe can weave through people's legs, speak, jump or bite on command and can even shake a few moves with his pole dancing.
From spinning birthday celebrations to pole dancing bachelorette bashes, U.