Signing Up 
Students must register for class in advance in order to secure themselves a spot. Drop-ins are welcome if there are already students enrolled in the class and if there is still room in that class.
Plan to arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of class so you have ample time to check in, use the bathroom, change clothes, put away your belongings, and grab a mat by the time class begins.
Use of alcohol or abusive substances are not allowed in our studio. In addition, if we suspect that anyone is under the influence of any substance we reserve the right to exclude you from class without credit or refund.
Remove all rings, watches, and bracelets before class to prevent damage to your jewelry and our poles.
Gender Inclusive
All classes are co-ed.
Cancellation Policy
We require at least 12 hours notification if you are unable to attend class for which you were signed up in order for a class to be credited back to your account. If you cancel less than 12 hours before the start of class or fail to show up for any reason you will lose that class. There are no refunds for late cancellations or no shows. No exceptions!
Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Filming is permitted at pole parties, private lessons, and after class if time allows.
Proper Attire
See through material and/or lingerie are not permissible workout attire. Please see our FAQs to learn about proper attire for each type of class we offer.
Observers (male or female) are not permitted in class.
Late Policy
Do not be late! If more than 10 minutes late you will not be allowed to enter the studio nor will your money be refunded or class rescheduled. This is for your safety - pole dance is a strenuous workout that requires proper warm-up to avoid injury.
Expiration Dates
All class packages expire after 6 months. Be sure to use any and all classes before that date.
Freezing Classes
We will put memberships and class packages on hold only for medical reasons accompanied by a doctor's note. 
Instructors reserve the right to disallow individual students to engage in certain actions or activities they feel might compromise that student’s safety.