Do your courses take place in the studio or only online?
Yes we are back!
Our courses are now back in the studio, with limited participants and only one person per pole. At the same time, we offer the courses online - if you have a pole at home or the class is not on the pole - you are welcome to take part from the comfort of your home!
Click here to book We take high security measurements to maintain the health of our students and our team. All poles are at least 2 m apart and are disinfected after each class. We also ask all of our visitors to read our hygiene rules carefully before visiting the studio. Don't forget to bring your own personal towel!
Who are your classes for?
Everyone! If you are healthy, human and have 4 limbs, you are welcome to join our courses. Black or white, purple or green, big or small, young or old, weird or weird - YOU are ALL welcome.
Pole Flow Berlin is open to people of all skin colors, religions, ethnic groups, genders or sexual orientations, age groups, etc.
Our main goal as a Pole Studio is that this beautiful art form is shared and practiced by people of all kinds who come together to form a loving and supportive Pole community.
Still not sure? Ask us with any questions or concerns. We are happy to help and support you :)
How do I register for pole dance courses?
Here you can use our online booking system. If you are not sure which level you need, please feel free to ask us!
How do I find your pole dance studio?
Our studio is in Ziegrastr. 11, 12057 Berlin. If you come by S-Bahn, take the exit towards Sun Bridge, go over the bridge and then turn left into Ziegrastraße. You walk straight on to Ziegrastraße 11 (NOT 13!). There you should see a small sign on the wall that says "Pole Flow Berlin". Turn right and keep walking until you reach our building after about 150m on the left side (there is also a sign on the front door). Our studio is on the first floor on the left.
What should I bring to the pole dance class?
Comfortable sports pants to warm up, shorts to practice the bar, a small towel and water. Avoid using body lotions, oils, or hand creams on the day you do pole dance.
Pole dance high heels are recommended for exotic pole courses (ask us where you can get professional heels!).
If you don't have shoes, you can still join the class! For every pole flow course we recommend long pants, socks and knee pads.
How often should I practice pole dance?
We recommend a combination of pole, strength and flexibility training at least twice a week at the beginning.
I am not that flexible. Can I still pole dance?
YES! only babies are born flexible;)
We will build it up. While flexible pole tricks look beautiful and impressive, most of them can be tried without exceptional flexibility skills. Nevertheless, we recommend taking flexibility courses to improve freedom of movement and stay fit.
I am not that strong. Can I still pole dance?
Of course! Strength is built up gradually. You may not start out strong, but you will find your body gradually getting stronger and more controlled. We also recommend taking pole fit for strength training in addition to pole dance courses.
I am not that thin. Can I still pole dance?
YES! Actually, a small skin on the bar is very helpful. Pole dance is for ANY size and shape. See for yourself!
I'm not 16. Can I still try pole dancing?
YES! You can start anytime and enjoy the benefits of pole dancing. Any age is welcome!
I'm a man. Can I still pole dance?
Of course! We are very happy to see men in our classes. You could concentrate more on power moves or find your inner goddess in our exotic dance classes;) The same goes for girls!
I keep slipping off the pole! Am I doing something wrong?
Good grip on the bar requires both strength and technique. The more you come to class and train, the more your grip develops and you can better support yourself on the bar. However, there are different materials for the grip aid that we recommend under special conditions. You can see the full list here