This concept is now one of the most fun ways to workout, for both women and men. People all over the world are exploring alternative ways to get fit and lead a healthy lifestyle, and Pole Pressure is sweeping the DC-area. Our studios are in gym facilities and dance studios and out in the public eye. These classes are for all shapes, sizes, heights, and personalities… these classes are for every person to enjoy!
Pole Pressure takes pride in its involvement in the Pole Community where instructors and students pursue further education in pole, chair and acrobatics. Our instructors continue to learn and tour with the World’s Best Polers. Our advanced form of training will help you progress and reach your goals faster.
Pole Pressure is brought to you by Jessalynn, a leader in the pole fitness community. She believes that in order to be the best, you need to get trained by the best. She has developed a training style that is unique to pole, and each class at Pole Pressure has this unique structure. Jessalynn also hosts ‘The International Pole Convention’ each year, which is the biggest pole event in the world. She continues to teach regular classes in her studios and train upcoming competitors.
Men and women are invited to participate in every class. Our studios do not allow observers; this is participation only. All guests must be 18 years of age or older and are required to complete a liability waiver before entering any activity at Pole Pressure. Pole Pressure is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Do not put lotions/oils on at least 8 hours before coming to any Pole Pressure class.
By Colleen Jolly, Pole Pressure Capitol Hill A study done in the 1960s by Robert Rosenthal discovered just how powerful are brains are in manifesting actions into physical reality. He called it the Pygmalion effect after the Greek story where … Continue reading
Pole-Usical 2014 – A Night of Fun By Candace Williams Style. Sass. Sparkle. All will be on display come October 17 and 18 when Pole Pressure DC presents its annual “pole-usical,” a musical extravaganza that brings together students and instructors … Continue reading
When I first began to pole, I was amazed at all the strength moves that I saw different pole stars completing. I was certainly no stranger to strength work: I had competed in track and field through middle school and … Continue reading
Training for competitions is never an easy feat. For some, the hunger for the win is what drives them, others it’s curiosity of what lies beyond the here and now, or the personal challenge competitions present. Whatever the case may … Continue reading
If you have been taking pole dancing classes for a while perhaps you have caught the competition bug at least once either from peer pressure or a burning desire that has been growing inside of you for a while. Be it for sport … Continue reading