Levels &
Drop-in Class Info

Pole Kitty Fitness Levels

  • Level 1 White

    * Beginner Stage

  • Level 2 Yellow

    * Beginner Stage

  • Level 3 Orange

    * Beginner Stage

  • Level 4 Green

    * Intermediate Stage

  • Level 5 Blue

    * Intermediate Stage

  • Level 6 Purple

    * Intermediate Stage

  • Level 7 Pink

    * Advanced Stage

  • Level 8 Red

    * Advanced Stage

  • Level 9 Black

    * You're a pole ninja!

Beginner Classes

Levels 1-3 😺 White, Yellow & Orange

To start pole dance, you don’t need any core strength, co-ordination or flexibility – We start with the very basics, like walking around in a circle – and gradually build from there with spins and choreography. We’ll learn to get upside down and gain strength to climb the pole.

To move up to the next level, you need to be confident in your Inverts, Cross knee release, Jamilla, hello boys and climbing.

Intermediate Classes

Levels 4 – 6 😺 Green, Blue & Purple

We start working on straddles, outside and inside leg hangs and all the wonderful moves that come from them. In the intermediate levels – we focus more on building strength and foundation tricks for our advanced levels. We work on combining moves together.

To be able to move to the next level, you need to be confident in your straddle, Butterfly, Superman.

Advanced Pole Classes

Levels 7 - 8 😺 Pink & Red

You’ve been doing Pole Dance for a while now and are pretty addicted. In our advanced levels we work on gravity defying tricks, and longer combos. You should be working on developing your own style.

To move to elite level, you must be confident in your jade splits, allegra, ayesha, shoulder mounts, extended butterfly, & handstands on the pole.

Elite Pole

Levels 9 😺 Black

Once you get to Black Level you’re basically a Pole Ninja and have developed your own style. We can work together on routines and develop a nice team of elite pole fitness experts.

Drop-In class Descriptions


Have you always wanted to learn how to dance on the floor? FloorPlay is for you! Our floor work and Low-Flow Choreography class will give you the skills to let loose on the floor. We’ll teach you simple tricks, spins, and choreography that are sure to make your next party a hit. All tricks have a beginner trick substitute. It is easier if you know the basics i.e. pirouettes and floor diamonds. Whether you wear heels or not, this is a great way to have some fun and get a great cardio workout! Kneepads are recommended.

Twerk It Out

Twerking is an amazing workout for your entire lower body as well as your core, abs and lower back! You don’t need to do squats to get an amazing booty. This Twerk class will teach you how to isolate your glute muscles in multiple positions using various techniques. Extra bonus, twerking is also a great cardio workout that is heaps of fun!

Pole Coaching

Whether you are just starting out or looking to expand your skillset, our “Pole Coaching” class is for you. This fun class will give you the chance to practice moves that you’ve learned at your level, or request to learn other tricks or combinations from your instructor. This class is perfect for beginners that want to try dance without committing to an 8-week term.

Pole & Acro

This class is a blend of acrobatics, gymnastics, pole dance and conditioning. We work on headstands, handstands, floor acro moves, and cartwheels through to more advanced pole walkovers, flips and their progressions. In addition to the above, we also work on gymnastics conditioning exercises and core strength. This class is suitable for beginners as well as those with more experience.


The BodyFlex class is designed to teach you how to safely and effectively stretch and strengthen your muscles, joints, and connective tissues. We will also work on flexibility and mobility. This class is suitable for all levels of experience and fitness (but please be mindful and do not push yourself too hard).

In this class, we will use different active and passive stretch techniques to help you achieve optimal flexibility in your hips, chest, legs, arms, shoulders, back, neck and spine. We may also do joint prehab (for the hips and shoulders) and mobility exercises to improve your range of motion in joints that are often restricted by tight or injured muscles.

Practice Time

Practice Time is supervised but not Instructed. Please only practice tricks that you are confident in and not attempt new tricks.