Wednesday, 18 December 2013

TSPD Highlights of 2013

We are all looking forward to the TSPD Christmas performance and party this weekend, but it has got us reminiscing over the last year.... which has been SO MUCH FUN! 

We have loads more exciting things lined up and we can only see TSPD going from strength to strength.

 If you read the December Newsletter, then we are asking you guys to let us know what you would like from TSPD in the future like equipment, classes, you name it. We would really appreciate your input so we can make TSPD the best it can be and cater for everyone! 

Here's just a snippet of all the fun we have had over 2013... and if you are going to any part of the TSPD Christmas party we would love to see your pics to put up on our page / blog. 

Lots of Love! 






Monday, 9 December 2013


This weekend, Amirah was out performing with Sensation Entertainment...

 and we just HAD to show you how awesome she was! 

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Why not give it a try!

Want to start pole but you are the one holding you back

Here's a few FAQ's to try and put your mind at ease. 

I want to start pole dancing, but I am very nervous!

It is normal to be apprehensive about trying any new activity. Our classes are not competitive and we encourage everyone to work to their own ability.

 Pole dancing will naturally increase your own self confidence as you exceed your own personal expectations. 

Some people decide to start with private lessons before starting mixed ability groups but this is not essential.

Do I need to be fit to start pole dancing?

Our pole dancing classes cater for all abilities so you do not need to have a minimum level of fitness to start. If you have any existing medical conditions or injuries you may wish to consult your GP for advice.

If you have recently had an accident, pregnancy or operation then you may need to seek medical advice before commencing our pole dance classes.

Do I have to wear shorts for pole dancing?
NO!! You can wear leggings or jog pants on the beginners courses, however as you progress it is advised you wear shorts. If you choose not to you may miss out on some of the moves you need leg grip for.

Why is pole dancing a good fitness activity?

Pole dancing can burn up to 300 calories per hour session.

Pole dancing involves both aerobic and anaerobic activity so you get a great workout.

Pole dancing is an all over body workout, it is a myth that it just works the upper body!

Pole dancing will not only improve your physical health but will boost your self confidence too.

Pole dancing is great fun and no doubt you will have many laughs during your workout.

Pole dancing will improve your posture and co-ordination.

Pole dancing will improve your flexibility and balance.

What are you waiting for?

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Monday, 2 December 2013

TSPD ....out performing - New Dimensions Launch.

The wonderful TSPD ladies doing what they do best.... 


at the launch of night of New Dimensions, Club Ice, Westbury.



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