July 13, 2016 How to Pick Up Choreography

Sometimes it can be difficult to pick up new choreography, especially if you're new to dance and are just finding your feet. This can be frustrating, but you will eventually be able to work at a quicker pace which can be useful for many reasons.

July 6, 2016 3 Tips to Clean Choreography

Tips for cleaning your choreography will be useful to those who are working on a piece of dance that is almost complete. Before finalising the work you will likely hit a “it’s not quite right” phase, feeling that your work isn’t as perfect as you

June 29, 2016 3 Ways to Become a Better Choreographer

Stick to what you know unless you know that the new way works There are many ways to create dance and because I am interested in dance research I enjoy playing the trial and error game in order to find new and innovative ways of working.

June 23, 2016 Is Pole Dance Easier for Trained Dancers?

Is pole dance easier for trained dancers is a question that has come up a few times lately, mainly because there is an assumption that pole dance is easier for the experienced dancer who has, overtime, developed skills in flexibility, strength, spacial awareness, technique etc.

June 15, 2016 4 Reasons to Go To A Pole Competition

Having recently performed as a guest at Yorkshire Pole Dance Championships, I have come to the conclusion that there are many reasons to go to a pole competition whether you are a pole dancer who dances for fun, a competitor or just someone who wants

June 8, 2016 An Interview with Mel Nutter – Baudelaire

Mel Nutter is a pole dance performer, choreographer and writer based in Sydney, Australia. Her blog offers insightful views into the pole dance industry with topics that range from reading for pole dancers, stage presence, choreography and much more. As a fan of his poetry