Pole Fitness 3


This class is taught by:

David Owen

In the years David C. Owen has been a presence in the world of pole, he has carved a reputation as one of the most competent, respected, and coveted instructors and performers in his field. His expressive style and unusual flexibility continue to mark him as a unique figure in the industry, as does his precise yet gentle teaching style. He is dedicated to preserving the artistry of pole dance while delivering stringent and safe instruction in pole technique and flexibility training to pole dancers of all skill levels ranging from beginners to titled competitors. He has earned the second ranked title in the United States for two years consecutively through the American Pole Fitness Association. David is the first male to be represented in a pole fitness pictorial dictionary, having modeled for the IPFF Pole Postures handbook. David is also a correspondent for Pole Spin Magazine and is one of the North American representatives on the board of the International Pole Fitness Federation. He is a valued contributor to the pole dance community at home in Las Vegas, and also maintains an active travel schedule giving performances and classes in countless locations.

Suwasit Ritthiphon

-2014 PARAGON International Pole Champion.
-The first male pole dancer to be featured on the Las Vegas Strip.
-2014 U.S. Pole Championship Bronze Medalist.
-2014 National Aerial Pole Art Bronze Medalist.
-2014 Pacific Pole Championship Silver Medalist.
-2013 National Aerial Pole Art Silver Medalist.
-2012 American Pole Fitness Silver Medalist.
-2012 National Aerial Pole Art Silver Medalist & Most Artistic Award i
-2011 American Pole Fitness Bronze Medalist & Video of the Year.
For more info please visit: http://www.SUWASIT.com
 

Danielle Rueda-Watts

Danielle Rueda-Watts started her career as an aerial acrobat after graduating art school with a degree in fine art photography. With her back ground as a competitive gymnast, along with years of dance and yoga, the transition to becoming a professional aerialist was natural. Danielle can be seen on silk in the "razzle dazzle" scene in the hit movie musical Chicago, as well as being the featured aerialist in the documentary of Michael Jackson's final tour, This is it. Danielle has been in two different Cirque du Soleil productions; the cabaret style Zumanity and the Beatles show Love. Believing her journey as an acrobat is something that continually evolves, Danielle's repertoire has grown from her first love - silk - to include hoop, rope, straps, hammock, trapeze, pole and hand to hand balancing. Danielle currently performs at Light Nightclub by Cirque du Soleil. 

Michelle Diterlizzi

Michelle DiTerlizzi was born and raised in Massachusetts. She started dancing when she was 2 years old. She pursued dance and performed on Holland America Cruise Lines in Europe and South America. She moved to Las Vegas 7 years ago. In Las Vegas her credits include Ivan Kanes Forty Duece, Bette Midlers A Showgirl Must go On, Kenny Ortega’s Workshop of FUNHOUSE, The Act Las Vegas, PEEPSHOW, and most recently “Vegas The Show”. Peepshow is where she discovered her love for pole. She started more training at Shine Fitness and has evolved to performing pole at XS, Surrender, The Act, Hakkasan, and Marquee.
Building on the skill-set acquired in Pole Fitness 2, you will learn in this class how to execute some of your pole skills on the spinning pole, how to use your skills in combination, and techniques for performing more challenging and beautiful inversions. New poses and exercises learned during this sequence of classes will continue to challenge students looking to develop a versatile pole fitness skill set.
 
Level: Advanced
 
Recommended Attire: Skin is in! Short sleeve or tank tops, shorts. Please avoid using any type of lotion on your body. You will remove socks, shoes, and jewelry prior to class.