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Just When I Was Getting Good, Too...

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Because I got laid off and my unemployment benefits are looking to be less than half my usual paychecks I can no longer afford to take pole classes. The studio has wonderful prices, they are an absolute steal, I just can't even make that now.

I'm really sad about this. I was doing really good. I can't afford a pole of my own right now and I'm afraid of losing everything I learned. Plus, it was one of the only things cheering me up through the stress.

I guess I will just keep stretching and strength training and hoping for the best.
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    My belly dance teacher gives away lessons to one of my classmates in exchange for cleaning the studio.

    My daughter has gotten free entry into a workshop in exchange for creating a logo.

    I've also seen reduced or waived fees given to people in exchange for bringing in new students.

    Can't hurt to try.

    If nothing else, try a different form of exercise or dance until you can afford classes again: YOU tube has free clips of everything. I'd be darn disappointed too. Only you can make the decision of letting bad circumstances TANK you or not.
    1314 days ago
    Hang in there -- hopefully things will turn around soon.
    1316 days ago
    Is there any chance they would work out deal with you? It couldn't hurt to ask.
    emoticon Maybe someone could loan you a Pole? Are any of the Strength Exercises that would work the same muscles as the Pole?I wonder if you could get an Inexpensive Pole on Craig's List or something similar?
    1316 days ago
    Good Luck!
    1317 days ago
    Pole classes! That sounds interesting. I do Curves and use my Wii and treadmill for exercise.
    1317 days ago
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