The instructors at our studio have a class we do together. We get together and try to learn new tricks that none of us alreay know. We get ouir ideas from the internet.
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I used to take classes at a studio, but there was a bunch of things about the studio that I didn't like. So I dropped out right before I hit the advanced levels and concentrated on aerials instead. I've gotten a lot of strength from aerials but I do miss my first love a lot. I still absolutely LOVE to pole, and I thought to myself, why should I let one studio's drama get in the way of my love for pole? :)
So lately I've gathered a small group of pole friends and we have been teaching each other things off the internet and so far so good. Veena, Aerial Amy and Dirdy Birdy are our new teachers now :)
Just want to know if there are other "rogue polers" here who don't belong to a studio and learn on their own. Also curious if there is anyone else in here who self-learns tricks that are not being taught to her in the studio. Maybe we can trade tips on self learning :)
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