FREE Pole Jam / New Venue Camberley

Hello Pole Dancers


Thank you to everyone who came along to the first Purity Workshop, it was great fun and hard work too. The feedback has been fantastic, I am already planning the next one to be in August. If you have any ideas about what you would like to see at future workshops then do let me know. There are a few photos on my blog from the day, with more to follow soon on the main site –

The next FREE Purity Pole Jam will be on Sunday 4th July, 12:00-15:00 at the Purity Studio in Reading. This is open to all students and friends of Purity, you’ll need to have completed at least a beginner course before coming as there will not be direct tuition on the day. There are 15 spaces available so let me know if you would like to come along. More details can be found here –

The routine workshop video is available to buy through the website for the Black Eyed Peas – ‘Pump It’ routine from the Purity Workshop day. (Please note this routine was exclusive to the Purity Workshop Day and will not be taught throughout the classes)

I have put together a little video from the last Purity Student Photo Shoot with Jason Parlour, it can be found on my blog – thinking of coming to a future photo shoot will now know what to expect.

We are finalising details with a new venue in Camberley, if all goes to plan we are looking at doing a one off taster evening in August, and starting regular classes from September, do let me know if you are interested.

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I am looking to run a one off beginner course on Tuesdays at 8pm, this will run for one month and will be great for those who can’t make the early beginner time on a Wednesday, please let me know if you are interested.

Unfortunately Leanne is off with an injury, Beth will be covering her classes in the mean time. Beginner spaces available for the 8.30pm class.

West Byfleet:
The 2 evenings of classes at Fullbrook are going very well, new beginner spaces will be available soon, so keep checking the website. Also a new intermediate course will be starting on Wednesdays at 8.30pm from 7th July.

Beginners has now moved to 8.30pm, excellent for those who can’t make the early class time.

A few Beginner spaces are available, do get in touch if you are waiting for an Intermediate space.

Beginners and Intermediate classes are available at Reading, West Byfleet, Datchet, Wraysbury, and Godalming. Please see the Purity website for the timetable and current availability –

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-If you are already on Purity Course in any location then you can do extra classes at the Purity Studio in Reading for just £9.
- Buy 4 private lessons and get the 5th one FREE!!!
- Free group class when you buy a new Xpole through Purity
- Free private class when you buy a new Xstage through Purity

All Purity classes/parties must be paid for in advance either by card through the website, or by bank transfer.

Kind regards
Purity Pole Dancingwww.puritypoledancing.com07961 054 863′Pure Fitness, Pure Fun’

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Please note that with all Purity classes they are lessons rather than pole jams, which means you must follow the teachers instruction rather than swapping moves with each other. We believe this is the safest way to run classes, especially as all the teachers have been trained on how to teach moves safely and can work out if you are ready for certain moves. If you see someone doing a new move and would like to give it a go then by all means ask your teacher, I’m sure they will be happy to teach it to you, or give you advice on what moves will get you ready for it.

FREE Purity Summer Pole Jam – Sunday 4th July 2010

Sunday 4th July 2010


The Purity Studio, Lismore House, 28b Wilton Road, Reading, RG30 2SS

For full venue details please visit the Reading page.

FREE Pole Jam to students and friends of Purity, please contact Jolene to confirm your space. There are limited spaces to allow more pole time for everyone. There are a total of 15 spaces.

You are invited to come a play on the poles, practice moves and try and get new moves. Please note you are responsible for your own safety, warm up and cool down.

I will do a little performance at half time, if anyone else would like to put something together to perform then do get in touch.

This event is open to all those who have some pole experience from beginners to advance, there will not be direct tuition but many tips and moves can be swapped! (Please keep in mind if anyone is doing anything particularly dangerous you’ll be asked to stop)

The studio has 5 poles, mirrors, mats and a big crash mat for those scary moves.

Parking is available on the street for 2 hours between 8am and 8pm, if you plan to stay longer then please use the parking at Tesco or at the Park.

Details of longer parking and directions are available on

(Please use the directions from the website, sat navs and online route finders will take you bizarre ways!)

Please do not bring fizzy drinks. outdoor shoes and heels are not allowed on the mats in the studio.

Either contact Jolene through the website or by phone on 07961 054 863 to secure your space.

Details of this event on Facebook can be found here.

Look forward to seeing you then!

Pole Jam

Jason Parlour Photography

I totally forgot that I had taken some video footage of the Purity Photo shoot on Sunday 11th April, I have now put it together into a little video. For those of you thinking of having photos done at the next Purity Photo shoot then this is a good idea of what you can expect on the day.

Apart from filming I was also helping to give ideas for pole moves that make great photos.

Also Jason is available for photo shoots at the Purity Studio if you decide to have a whole session to yourself.

By the way, everyone in this video were happy for me to film them, please note that if you come to a photo shoot and don’t want this then it’s not a problem.

Video of Photo Shoot

Purity Workshop – June 2010

Thank you to all who came to the workshop on Saturday 5th June at the Purity Studio, even though it was hard work it was still a lot of fun. There was quite a range of students; there were some from my classes in Reading and other purity locations, and some that had travelled from Middlesex and Kent!

We started on the dot at 11am with the Trick Class. Emma assisted me in this class, so that all the students could achieve new things on the pole relevant to their level.

We done a routine to ‘Pump It’ by Black Eyed Peas, despite the sweaty hands all managed to put in inverts which looked very impressive, sorry if the song was running through your head for 2 days after!

The strength class with Steph proved to be rather tough, she seemed all sweet and like butter wouldn’t melt when she arrived, but once she got teaching we all realised how hardcore she was! The 30 minutes was pack full of squats, planks, tricep dips, press ups and other power moves, we all struggled through it and got some good moves to take away with us to help us with pole moves.

The yoga stretch at the end was well needed! Sophie took us through a gentle and relaxing cool down, which ended up revitalising everyone for their journeys home.

The feedback from this workshop has been fantastic, I am planning the next one to run in a couple of months.

Here are some photos from the routine workshop, strength class and yoga taken by Jason Parlour.

Well done everyone!


Britains Got Talent

Hello Pole Dancers

Just a quick update to let you know about Britain’s Got Talent tonight -

Do make sure you watch it, as the fabulous Alesia Vazmitsel will be on performing a fantastic pole dance routine. You can catch a glance of her in the first round here –

She was Miss Pole Dance UK 2008 champion, and 3rd in Miss Pole Dance World competition, she is mesmerising!

Let’s all get our vote in tonight, good luck Alesia!

It’s on 7.30pm-8.30pm on ITV.

Kind regards
Purity Pole Dancing
07961 054 863
‘Pure Fitness, Pure Fun’

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Pole Dancer, Alesia on Britains Got Talent

Do make sure you watch Britains Got Talent tonight, the fabulous Alesia Vazmitsel will be on performing a fantastic pole dance routine. You can catch a glance of her in the first round here.

She was Miss Pole Dance UK 2008 champion, and 3rd in Miss Pole Dance World competition, she is mesmerising!

Let’s all get our vote in tonight, good luck Alesia!

Calories Burnt Whilst Pole Dancing

There’s been a big debate over the years about how many calories are burnt when you pole dance, I guess it’s very hard to try and work out especially as we are all different heights and weights. I thought I would let you know my results from my work out this week.

Yesterday I did 1 hour and 47 minutes, I was doing a mixture of routine work and free styling along with inverts and climbs, followed by a long stretch at the end.

I burnt 556 calories, 1 hour and 8 minutes was spent in the fat burn zone and approx 38 minutes was spent in the fitness zone. I weigh about 60kg and my height is about 5,4.

I seem to spend most of my time on the pole in the fat burn zone, creating more muscle and strength rather than stamina. Routines work more on stamina so by doing both you can create an all over work out.

Australia’s Got Talent – Pole Dancers

So the semi finals have now come round in the land down under, Sony and her friends from Girlfriend Pure Pole Angels are doing pole dancing proud!

Their routine from the semi finals was even better than the first one, they used 2 Xstages, one was on spinny, not sure if the other one was. Their tricks on the pole are breathtaking, each move is steady, and despite the fact it was a fast routine, it seemed perfrectly in time and not rushed, they must of practiced so hard!

Click here for the routine – Girlfirend Pure Pole Angels on Australia’s Got Talent


My First Shift at Cyberdog!

I had my first shift at Cyberdog in Camden on Saturday 29th May 2010, it went so well, even if my legs were tired from jumping around at the Pendulum concert the night before!

Turns out I had the timings wrong it’s 1pm-5pm so its 4 hours rather than 5 hours, I think that made a big difference. I had to pace myself, but still managed to have enough grip to do a few knee holds…I have some nice bruises from them! When I had the grip I did some lovely split grip holds from up the pole, someone came over and wondered where the strings were!

They changed the music downstairs to suit pole more, I was dancing to some funky electro rather than hard house, this made the whole shift much easier and I think it works well with the pole.

Looks like I will be back there on the 12th or 13th June.