Puss’n Bootz Productions
[DVD] This is the best instructional DVD available to beginning pole dancers. I bought this DVD after taking a class here on Maui and loved that it broke the moves down step by step. You’d be amazed at what you can do on the pole with a little bit of direction. The instructors, Carine and Kelly, are both fit and have two totally different styles on the pole. Carine is super strong, while Kelly is definitely more graceful. The bottom line is that no matter what your style, this DVD has moves for you. You’ll learn basic inverts, spins and climbs. Not to mention, at the end of the DVD the girls put together two dance routines incorporating all the moves on the DVD. What more could you ask for?
[DVD] Okay. So this instructional DVD is so not for the beginner. In fact, it’s not for anyone who’s not a contortionist. Poletricks 101 features the dancer Pantera who is a champion on the pole. No, literally…a pole champion. She breaks down everything from beginner to advanced moves in a hardcore, sometimes topless fashion. The thing I like about Pantera and this DVD the most is that she’s not built like your fantasy pole kitten. She’s not super busty, has some serious muscle definition and is totally tattooed. Girl crush? Maybe a little.
The Art of Exotic Dancing
[DVD] I am not a dancer. My husband will back that statement up any day of the week. What the good Lord may have given me in freakish upper body strength, he debited from any type of internal rhythm. The great thing about The Art of Exotic Dancing is that it made me realize you don’t need much grace or flexibility to roll your hips. Sure it helps, but after watching about 15 middle-aged women learn how to captivate their man via eye contact and body language, I realized that my situation could be worse. So, for those of you who suck at the Pop, Lock and Drop, The Art of Exotic Dancing may be for you. Just try not to trip over your stilettos. It hurts. MTW