AN Aberdeen-based pole fitness instructor is the first in Scotland to attain level two quality approval from the governing Pole Dance Community (PDC).
Sian Ajose, of Soul-Pole Aberdeen which provides a range of pole fitness and dance classes, has been recognised by the industry body for her quality, commitment and impressive level of fitness experience and excellence in training delivery.
The PDC, which represents approved pole instructors across the UK, provides assurance to individuals that instructors are industry professionals, promoting the highest level of quality throughout the industry.
“Sian has demonstrated excellence in her teaching quality, along with extensive pole fitness experience,” commented Sam Remmer, co-founder of PDC.
“She has trained with many of the world’s elite dancers – including Panterra Blacksmith and Felix Cane – whilst embracing a commitment to further personal and professional development.
“I am delighted to have gained level 2 status from PDC,” remarked Sian.
“I always strive to deliver the best to my students and continually look for ways to improve the day to day running of Soul-Pole.
“The level 2 recognition assures my customers and potential students that they are receiving the highest quality training from attending classes at Soul-Pole.”
Sian put pole dancing in the Morth east’s mainstream arena earlier this year when she hosted a champion event with the world’s most famous pole dancer, Pantera Blacksmith, and is again due to host a workshop with Miss Pole Dance UK champion, Bendy Kate on 31st July at the Soul-Pole studio in Aberdeen.
Bendy Kate, a professional gymnast as a child, is the UK’s newest talent who stormed on the scene last year winning UK Amateur Pole Performer (UKAAP) 2010 expert and pole divas advanced amateur award.
Soul-pole workshops with Bendy Kate are available to book online now at www.soul-pole.com, priced from £35 per person.
Pole dancing has increasingly become a phenomenon in the fitness industry since the mid-2000’s.
It has grown ever popular as a form of exercise combining dance and gymnastics and is even being campaigned, from within the pole dance community, to be recognised as an Olympic sport.
Sian, who set-up her pole fitness business in 2006, explained: “Pole fitness is a really fun form of exercise which can provide great fitness and core strength results whilst also building and enhancing confidence and self esteem.”
If you’re interested to find out more about pole fitness contact Sian Ajose on 07756 223 292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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