Once your course is bought you need to book all the occasions (classes) you are planning to attend to during the term.

Once your course is bought you can go to the “SINGLE CLASS BOOKING” section and select the class. Then chose all the occasions you want to attend during the term. 

For example, if you have a 1 class per week pole subscription and you are planning to come all Wednesdays, you can select all Wednesdays of the term in the level you are in. This will ensure that your spot is secured for the whole term. 

It is always possible to come back and cancel one specific class if you can’t make it. if you do so 8 8 h before the class, you can use that class later to catch up the following week. If you haven’t cancelled it 8 h before, the class will be considered as used and it won’t be possible to catch up for that class.

To buy your courses you need to click on the book button, and select the course you want in the category “POLE COURSES” for pole dance classes, and in the category “SPECIALTY COURSES” for exotic pole, pole choreo, aerial hoop, aerial silks and flexibility courses.

Buying a course does not book your classes ! Once you have done that, you need to book all your classes for the term. (Does not apply to Exotic courses and pole choreo courses

It is highly recommended to book your classes directly once you bought your course. That will secure your spot for the whole term, and allow drop-in students to know if there is a spot available when they want to join a class.

If you haven’t booked your spot, someone else may take your spot !

It is possible to swap your weekly class if you cancel your booking on time ! Remember that you need to cancel your class 8h before the class, otherwise it will be considered as used.

If you have cancelled it on time, you can always use that specific class the following week, if there are spots available. 

Otherwise, you can swap it to 2 casual classes instead.

If this is your first pole dance class ever, welcome !

In this class you will try to climb the pole, try beginner tricks and have the opportunity to ask all kinds of questions!

If you like the class and want to start train at a beginner level, you are ready to book level 1 !

For the class you need to : 

  • Bring a towel for drying your skin off the sweat
  • Wear short shorts and a sports bra ( or tank top). Pole trainings require to grip with our own skin. A legging will not allow you to grip and the training will be impossible ! If you don’t have any shorts, you can always wear a bikini, it works too !
  • Bring a bottle of water because pole training can be challenging !

And the most important rule : NO MOISTURIZING CREAM on the day you have your class. Although your skin needs to be hydrated, it is better to do it the day before, because cream will make you slide on the pole and it can be frustrating.

By joining Ariel Pole Studio, I agree to provide Ariel Pole Studio with a doctor’s note allowing my pole dance type of workout if I am experiencing any of the above symptoms/disease / problems:

  • Diabetes
  • Chest pains brought on by physical exertion
  • Epilepsy, dizziness, or fainting
  • Bone, Joint, muscular problem, or arthritis
  • Asthma or other respiratory problem
  • Any sustained injuries or illness
  • Nickel allergy
  • Remission from a long-term disease
  • Pregnancy / Post pregnancy in the last 6 months
  • Any other medical condition that may affect physical exercise.

By ticking the box when confirming the order, I will also accept the following rules of Ariel Pole Studio :

  • I accept that my skin may bruise due to the nature of the fitness.
  • I accept to be spotted by the instructor while learning risky moves or accept to try variations of the moves shown if I refuse to be in physical contact with the instructors.
  • I accept to remove my pieces of jewellery such as bracelets, rings, and necklaces that may damage the material and hurt my instructor or myself.
  • I accept to bring my own towel to wipe myself and the pole during and after practice.
  • I will always wait for the instructor to spot me while attempting a new move upside down / with fewer points of contact.
  • If for any reason I can’t attend a class, I will not be refunded for the classes I missed.
  • If I am late to the class, the instructor can refuse to take me in.
  • I understand that warm-up is part of the training, and should not be missed for safety reasons.
  • I accept to cancel my booking for open pole 8 hours before, or Ariel pole Studio will charge 100 kr per hour. Even if I passed this delay, I accept to cancel my spot anyways so that another student on the waiting list can take my spot.
  • I accept that casual classes are for free if i follow the cancellation policy; cancel the casual class 8 hours before otherwise you will be charged full price 120 kr 
  • On rare occasions, such as instructor incapacity of giving a class, Ariel Pole Studio can change the schedules mid-term and inform all participants about a catch-up session.
  • I accept that I can only borrow a yogamat if I bring a towel to cover it for hygiene. 
  • I will respect my instructors, and other students, without discrimination about ethnicity, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.

Pole dance is a type of performing art and athletic activity that entails acrobats and dancers circling a vertical pole. It combines dance, acrobatics, and gymnastics elements to create a visually stunning and physically demanding performance on a static or spinning pole.

Pole dance’s origins are unknown, with various theories pointing to influences from ancient Chinese pole climbing, Indian mallakhamb, and nineteenth-century circuses. Pole dancing as a form of performance and fitness first emerged in Canada and the United States in the 1980s and 1990s, and it has since spread globally.

Pole dance has faced controversy and stigma, particularly due to its association with strip clubs and sexually suggestive performances. However, in recent years, pole dance has gained recognition as a legitimate form of fitness and performance art, with many athletes and performers using pole dance to showcase their strength, flexibility, and creativity.

Pole dance has evolved to include a wide range of styles and techniques, such as acrobatics, contemporary dance, and traditional styles such as classical pole and pole theater.

Pole dancing can give you a full-body workout by combining strength training, cardio, and flexibility. It works a variety of muscle groups, including the arms, abs, legs, and glutes, and it can improve coordination and balance. However, as with any physical activity, practicing pole dance safely and under proper supervision is essential, especially if you are new to it or have pre-existing health conditions.

Pole dancing is safe if precautions and techniques are taken. However, as with any physical exercise, there is a risk of injury if proper safety precautions are ignored. Pole dancing can be an enjoyable and safe physical activity if proper safety procedures and technique are taken.

Some common injuries associated with pole dance includes strains, bruises and cuts. Therefore it’s important to start with a proper warm-up, followed with proper technique and cool down to reduce the risk of injury

AriePole studio offer beginner classes for those who are new to the training form and our instructors are happy to provide modifications and support for those who need it. 

To reduce the risks associated with pole dancing, start with a proper warm-up and cool-down, use proper grip and grip aids, stick to correct technique, and start practicing pole dance in a safe and supportive environment with a qualified instructor. Those with pre-existing medical conditions should also seek medical advice before beginning pole dancing.

Yes, there are various styles of pole dancing, each with its own series of techniques and music. Some of the popular dance styles that we offer are: 

Pole Fitness: This style emphasizes aerial tricks and acrobatics, often involving dynamic and high-flying movements. 

We offer beginner level 1 up to more advance level 4. 

Exotic Pole: This style is often performed in a more suggestive or sensual manner, incorporating elements of burlesque and strip tease into the performance.

We offer a beginner friendly course and even more advanced class. 

Pole Choreo/Contemporary Pole: This  is a style about self-expression and storytelling. A dance style that inspires you to connect with yourself both physically and artistically. 

We also include different choreos in a lot of our casual classes including
Low flow
Tango pole
Sexy pole
Pirouette and transitions 

Pole Conditioning: This style focuses on using the pole as a workout tool, with an emphasis on strength training, cardio, and flexibility.

Here at Arielpole studio, we offer several different styles that you can explore during our Casual Classes.

A casual class is a 30 minutes focus class where you can improve your strength, flexibility, dance skills, or anything else related to pole dance. 

It is a good complementary class that will give you the right tools to embrace your pole journey.

You can book your class until the last minute before the class starts.

They are open to all students and all levels, and the instructor will adapt the training to each student. The casual classes are only included in the pole courses (pole level 1-4): 

  • 8 casual classes for the 1 class per week course (= 1 casual class per week)
  • 16 casual classes for the 2 classes per week course (= 2 casual classes per week)

If you don’t have any subscription, it costs 120 SEK.

And finally if you are a member of a pole course, and you need to add an extra casual class, it will only cost you 60 SEK.

How do I book my classes ? 

Every time you want to book a casual class, you need to go to the “SINGLE CLASS BOOKING” section and select casual class, and select the classes you want to attend. The schedule is released in the beginning of the term for all casual classes during the 8 weeks.

You can use the casual classes included in your course whenever you want. If you want to come 1 time the first week, 3 times the following week, it is possible. Just remember that your course includes a certain amount of casual classes. If you want to use more casual classes, you can buy an extra classes for 60 SEK.

If you can’t make it to your class, you need to cancel 8 hours before. If you haven’t cancelled your class but you are not showing up, you will be charged 120 SEK.

Exotic courses and other specialty courses don’t include casual classes

Casual classes are for free in your pole course, that means, if you don’t use them, we can’t offer you anything else !

 It is not allowed to book extra pole classes instead of unused casual classes.

Level 1
Level 1 is the course you start with as a beginner. At level 1, you learn basic tricks and techniques to create a strong foundation for the next level.

We will go through climbing, easier spins and tricks as well as building basic strength and grip.

Some Tricks you will learn at level 1 are: different climbs, martini, fireman spin, attitude spin, chair spin, pole sit, layout, hello boys..

Once you feel you have mastered the basic Tricks at Level 1, discuss with your instructor whether you are ready to move on to the next level. The most common thing is to repeat each level several times, so don’t stress, it’s better that you feel you really know the tricks before moving on to level 2.

Level 2
It is important to discuss with your instructor before progressing to the level 2. In this level, you start to practice upside-down tricks and we often work from inverts.

In this course you will learn new tricks, longer combinations and tricks from level 1 are also integrated as well. 

Repeat level 2 as long as you want. Every term, we update our classes and add new variations of tricks to ensure that you learn new combinations while it’s still being challenging!

Some without the tricks included in level 2 : Gemini, Scorpio, Butterfly, Superman, Star/Viva, Layback, Inverted Crucifix, Cupid

Level 3
At level 3, you’ll practice longer combinations with mid-level tricks. You will also practice and learn tricks at an advanced level, which requires more strength, grip and flexibility.

Repeat the course as many times as you want. Each semester contains different combos, so you always learn something new!

Some of the tricks included in the course: Shoulder mount, Ayesha, Brassmonkey, Cupid, Reiko, Drops…

Level 4
If you choose to train at level 4, you need to be confident in aerial inverts, Shoulder mount, Ayesha and have enough strength for longer combination including advanced tricks. We also work with explosive tricks on static such as various flips and drops.

This course is for you who have trained for a long time and are ready to take your pole dancing to an advanced level!

Here at Arielpole studio, we use either static or spinning poles.

Static poles are fixed, non – rotating poles. This is often ideal for tricks that require a more stable platform, such as poses and holds as well as are used in different kind of choreography for example low flow, exotic pole, pole choreo and more.

Spinning poles are often used in acrobatic pole styles, where dynamic movements and aerial tricks are performed while the pole is in motion. Spinning poles can add an extra level of difficulty and challenge to pole dance, as the dancer must control their movements and balance while the pole is rotating.

Our instructors combines both when you are training in level 1, 2, 3, 4.
You can also combine both static and spinning poles in your training during our Open Pole hours. 

We use X-Pole brand poles. 

X-Pole does not have an official weight limit. We have set it up at 3,40 meters in heights and have had 2 dancers (around 115 kg) on a single X-Pert and it has been completely secure!
Thickness is 45mm.

Open pole will allow you to come and train in the studio without an instructor. We have open pole several days a week.

Note that if you have a booking and do not show up at the studio, you will be charged 100 SEK anyway.There are only 5 poles and many students want that spot at open pole. You have to cancel 8 h before in Agendo. Please write us if you have issues with canceling your classes.

This is included in the pole courses and then free of charge (excluding Exotic / Aerial Hoop / Drop-in cards). 

If you do not have a subscription but still want to come to open pole, it is possible as a pole hire, for 100 SEK.

Remember that open pole is not a class and our instructors are not here to teach you anything! It is a great opportunity to train with other members and share their knowledge with each other.



As with any physical activity, there are safety considerations that should be taken into account to minimize the risk of injury. Some of the most important safety considerations for pole dance include:

  1. Supervision by a qualified instructor: A qualified instructor can provide guidance on proper technique, offer modifications for individuals with injuries or limitations and provide feedback on progress and safety.

  2. Proper warm-up: Before starting any pole dance routine, it is important to warm up properly to prevent injury. This may include stretching exercises, light cardio, and other warm-up activities specific to pole dance. 

  3. Wear appropriate clothing: Loose or baggy clothing can get caught on the pole and create a safety hazard, so it is important to wear form-fitting clothing that covers the skin and does not impede movement.

  4. Use of appropriate grip aids: Certain grip aids, such as grip lotions or chalk, can help reduce the risk of slipping on the pole. However, it is important to use them correctly and not rely solely on these products to maintain grip on the pole.

By following these safety considerations, you can reduce the risk of injury and enjoy the physical and mental benefits that this sport has to offer.

In recent years, pole dancing has gained popularity among people of all genders and is not just for women. While having roots in striptease and exotic dance and historically being associated with women, the sport has developed into a form of physical exercise and artistic expression that is accessible to anybody with an interest in it.

People of all genders who are willing to put in the time and effort to learn these skills can benefit physically and mentally from pole dancing, which calls for strength, flexibility and coordination. Arielpole studio provide classes and workshops for people of all genders. We can teach everybody.

Yes! Even if you lack flexibility, you can still pole dance. One part of pole dancing is flexibility, and while it might be beneficial, it is not necessary to begin learning. Pole dancing is a multi-disciplinary activity that requires a combination of strength, coordination and technique. Many pole dancers begin with little flexibility and gradually gain it as they train more frequently.  

Our instructors may offer adjustments or tweaks to make techniques simpler or more approachable for people with restricted flexibility.

Ariel silks, aerial hoop, and pole fitness are all types of aerial dance or acrobatics in which aerial movements are performed while suspended from a vertical apparatus.

The following are some similarities between these aerial arts:

1. Vertical apparatus: In each of these forms of aerial dance, the performer uses a vertical apparatus as a prop to perform aerial movements, such as a hoop, a pole, or silks.

2. Physical fitness: Each of the three types of aerial dance necessitates a certain level of physical fitness and strength, including upper body strength, flexibility, and coordination.

3. Expression and creativity: Each form allows for creative expression as well as the opportunity for performers to choreograph and showcase their own distinct style and movements.

4. Audience-based: All three forms are frequently performed in front of an audience and can be found in circuses, dance shows, and fitness classes.

Aerial hoop is a type of aerial acrobatics performed on a suspended circular metal hoop. Aerial hoop is similar to aerial silks and other aerial arts, but the hoop’s circular shape adds a level of difficulty and allows for a wide range of unique and visually stunning movements.

Aerial hoop performers use their strength and coordination to perform a variety of acrobatic moves while suspended in the air, such as spins, rolls, poses, and drops. Aerial hoop is a physically demanding and difficult form of aerial acrobatics, but it can also be a fun and rewarding way to build strength, flexibility, and confidence.

Aerial hoop is frequently seen as a form of entertainment in circuses, cabarets, and other live performance events. Aerial hoop has also become a popular form of fitness and physical expression in recent years. Our studio offers aerial hoop techniques and choreography classes as well as workshops.

Aerial silks are aerial acrobatics performed on long swaths of fabric suspended from the ceiling. Those who exercise aerial silks usually climb, wrap and suspend themselves in the air while performing various acrobatic moves such as drops, swings, and poses.

Aerial silks is a physically demanding aerial acrobatics that requires strength, control, and coordination. It provides a dynamic and unstable surface that needs constant focus and control, making even simple movements difficult. Although, it is still a fun and challenging way to improve strength, flexibility, and coordination.

It is frequently seen as a form of entertainment in circuses, cabarets and other live performance events.

Exotic pole dance is a type of pole dance that focuses on sensual and provocative movements and frequently includes sophisticated choreography. Exotic pole dance is typically performed to slower and more rhythmic music than other styles of pole dance with the emphasis on fluid and graceful movements that highlight the performer’s flexibility, strength, and sensuality.

Exotic pole dance is an unique and dynamic style of pole dancing that demands a wide range of skills, coordination and personality.

Pole choreo usually entails combining different pole dance moves, such as spins, climbs, holds and drops, into a cohesive and artistic performance.

Pole choreography can range from simple and basic routines to complex and visually stunning performances set to a wide range of music genres such as pop, hip hop, rock, and classical.

It’s frequently used to highlight the performer’s technical and artistic abilities. Pole choreography can also be a rewarding and enjoyable form of self-expression and creativity for pole dancers who enjoy experimenting with movement and dance on the pole.