Wednesday 1st May 2019 will be known to many as UK Pole Dance Day but it is also the 10 birthday of the Pole Dance Community.
Commitment to the PDC Code of Conduct shows that you are an industry professional.
Despite the growth of pole dancing over the past few years there is still very little research into the benefits of this amazing, fun exercise. As polers we want to share our love of pole and educate the world about the physical and mental benefits of pole. So if you have a moment please take the time to fill out this survey:
Kara Bulpitt began her pole teaching career in 2009. Kara is a well-respected instructor with considerable industry involvement and contribution. Kara received her 2 references from fellow PDC Approved 4 star pole dancing instructors Emma Nicholson and Katie Whitely. Kara currently runs Opal Dance Studio in Wigan, UK.
South West Regional Heats - Exeter, February 9th 2019, The Exeter Corn Exchange, Market St, Exeter EX1 1BW.
Exeter (Hosts & Winners)
In September of 2018, Stages Pole Fitness in Romford hosted their 4th Annual Showcase & Awards event and tied it in with celebrations for their 5th birthday as a pole school. This event has been organised each year to give students the opportunity to share their poling abilities, skills and tricks with their friends & family and is highly anticipated each year!
Welcome to the IUPDC overseen by the National University Pole Association. The IUPDC is designed to be an inclusive competition to allow university societies and clubs from across the United Kingdom to demonstrate their pole dance skills.
The IUPDC started in 2011 but was officially taken over by the NUPA in 2016.
Effective July 1st 2016
It might have been nearly 9 years in the making but it was well worth the wait …
Saturday 22 September 2018 saw the very first Princess K Fitness Student Showcase!