Pole Party Policy
Plan to arrive on time and exit the studio promptly at the end of your booked time. Staying later than your booked time will result in an additional fee and will be at the discretion of your Instructor. Pole Dance is a potentially dangerous activity. In order to maintain the safety of our clients and staff, we do not allow anyone on the poles who is intoxicated. We will refuse service to individuals or parties that choose not to follow the direction of the Instructor. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone and we do not offer refunds under these circumstances.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks are not permitted in the studio. There are many wonderful restaurants and bars within a block of the studio. The Federal is our favorite! These establishments can take care of your food and drinks after your pole party. Guests may bring their own water bottles.
What to wear
You are welcome to wear lingerie, hot shorts, fishnets, leg warmers, stilettos, slinky dresses or anything that inspires you! The studio is completely private, so guests can dress as wild as they like! If you want to keep it simple, yoga pants and a tank top are fine. Make sure you wear something that allows you to move and dance. We recommend either dance stilettos or socks so you can glide and pivot. Barefoot is also ok.
Photos & Videos
You are welcome to take photos and videos of yourself and your guests. Your instructor will help you pose for group pictures at the end of your party. You must ask permission before taking photos and videos of your instructor.