* UPDATE: The Bad Kitty website has been down for a while now. So now you can find the original article on ThePoleDancer.com. *
„Have you ever caught yourself sitting at work or on public transportation, listening to an inspirational song and imagining yourself dancing the most fluid, beautiful pole dance to that song? You choreograph a whole routine in your mind and can’t wait for the next training session where you can finally try it out on the pole?
But when you face the pole, your mind goes blank. You do a few spins, you get off the pole and you start thinking…
After lots of starts and stops you manage to build a short routine. Yet, when you look at it, there’s no flow and it doesn’t look graceful at all. You see a bunch of acrobatic stunts but no dance…“
In my guest post for Bad Kitty you’ll learn the 3 most powerful techniques to connect moves smoothly and to flow gracefully on the pole.
I’m very excited about this article, because most people think that you either have an inner flow or you don’t have it. I don’t think so. There’s a system behind it that anyone can learn. Your body can learn to be graceful, just like it learns pole tricks.
For this article I chose three simple but super powerful techniques that will open your mind to thinking and feeling your body differently. They can help you whenever you’re working on a routine or a choreography, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced student or whether you’re high or low on the pole.
I also prepared a video, that you can get at the end of the article, where I show and explain exactly how to use these techniques to create a fluid pole routine. You’ll learn how to come up with smooth transitions, how to make it feel natural and look effortless.
I’m curious, what do you usually get stuck on in your routine? Is it the tricks, the transitions or any other dance moves?