FAQ

What do I wear?

Wear what makes you comfortable! For pole classes, tank tops and sports bras are favored. Shorts are recommended for pole fitness classes while leggings or sweatpants are great for choreography and aerial classes.

Please ensure that all jewelry including, bracelets, necklaces, and rings are removed before class to prevent injuries or damaging the poles.

I'm Shy

Almost everyone is somewhat shy to start. Did you know that it took Robbie (Owner of R.Song Studios) 2 years after discovering pole dance to have the guts to take a pole dance class? He tried to learn from Youtube in his basement but quickly realized that learning from videos doesn't' work. Our studio provides everyone with a safe, fun and supportive environment. Instructors are trained to create a non-judgmental, relaxed, supportive atmosphere in class. We also offer Private Lessons with one-on-one instruction.

How often should I take class?

That depends on your own preference, and how quickly you would like to reach your fitness goal. Most of our students are monthly members that take 2-3 classes a week. We advise to schedule at least one day of rest between two/three pole class lessons. Before you realize, you will be so addicted to this fitness & art form you'll want to be here everyday! Be sure to mix up your pole training with many of our fitness and dance classes including flexibility, strength conditioning, pole flows, and aerial classes.

Class Size

We generally limit the class size to the number for poles we have (10). In the rare instance that sharing  of poles are required, you will get a chance to rest your arms in between.

What is your refund policy?

No refunds are given. We count on a certain number of students to run a class. However, we will do our best to accommodate you in transferring a balance due to illness/injury/pregnancy with a valid doctors letter. If you’re class gets cancelled due to lack of enrollment a full refund will be given

Can I watch a class?

Unfortunately we cannot allow potential students to come in and observe our classes as it might make our students feel like uncomfortable.