We offer a variety of pole dance classes to students of all fitness and skill levels! If you are trying pole dancing for the first time, please sign up for our Intro to Pole class!


** Tips for new students with Two-Week Trial Pass

Your first class must be an Intro to Pole class, after your first class, you can attend any Level 1 pole or aerial class, Intro to Pole classes, and all level classes including pole flow, flexibility, pole conditioning, and pole choreography.


Our pole fitness level descriptions are listed below:

R.Song Studios Calgary pole dance and aerial

Intro to Pole

If you have never taken a pole dance class, we recommend starting here. In this class, you will be introduced to basic pole dance techniques and strength training exercises. From walking around the pole to simple spins and floorwork. Please wear shorts, or pants that roll up so that the back of your knees can be exposed.



Beginner (Level 1)

Level 1 will teach the fundamental techniques of pole dancing and is designed to build upon the basics learned in Intro to Pole.  Learn how to spin, climb, and move smoothly up/down and around the pole. Class conditioning and strength training exercises will prepare you for more advanced spins taught in Level 2.



Beginner Plus (Level 2)

Once you are familiar with all techniques taught in Level 1, you are ready for BEGINNER+ Pole classes which focuses on strength training and conditioning for inversion moves.  Learn more advanced spins, climbs and combos on both static and spin pole!



Intermediate Pole (Level 3)

This is the level where you start going upside down. The curriculum consists of 40% advance spins and poses in upright position and 60% inversions. Foundational inversion moves include outside and inside leg hangs, butterflies, inverted crucifix, laybacks, etc.



Advance Pole (Level 5)

This class is for students who have developed a high level of body awareness on the pole. The focus will be on transitions between various strength and flexibility based moves on static and spin pole.



Professional (Level 6)

This is our most advanced level and students tend to have multiple years of pole experience and have obtained a high level and flexibility and strength. Students will explore creative tricks and combos performed by world-class pole artists.



Exotic Pole (Level 1)

Combining sexy choreography in heels, this class is for beginner and intermediate level students and will help you learn body and leg waves, thread-throughs and floor twists.

Heels and knee pads are strongly encouraged. Pre-requisite for this class is INTRO TO POLE.



Exotic Pole (Level 2)

This class incorporates a mixtures of Russian Exotic and Classic Exotic styles. Students will learn a new dance choreography every class which includes inversion tricks and advanced flips.
Heels and knee pads required. Pre-requisite for this class is Level 3 Pole.



Contemporary Pole Choreography

Shifting the emphasis from codified tricks to creativity, this class explores movement aesthetic, musicality, flow, and dance technique. Learn a choreographed sequence with the pole including options for beginner to intermediate skill levels. Some movements may require shorts, but bring some cozy pants for floorwork as well.



Flexibility and Conditioning

Suitable for all levels, this class will help you improve your active and passive flexibility. Focusing on back, shoulder and leg stretches, our flexibility and conditioning class will help you work towards splits, relieve stress and tension, and increase your overall mobility.
Beginner (Level 1).