Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hours of operation?

Monday,Wednesday and Thursday 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm;
6:30 pm-7:30 pm (boot camp);
8:00 pm-9:30 pm
Tuesday; Friday 5:30 pm- 7:30 pm
Saturday 12:30 noon-2:00 pm

How old do I have to be to take a class at B.I.M?

You must be 18 or older. We will check all identification upon entering the studio.

How much are your classes?

Daily sessions are $20.00 per person visit our web site and click on pricing for more information. (No Appointment needed open to the public during studio hours daily.)

I don’t have any upper body strength, so I can’t take the class right?

WRONG…. This is why we are here. To help you build muscles and gain the upper body strength you need so you can learn all your pole fitness transitions. We will help you to achieve your fitness needs.

What should I wear?

Short “boy shorts”, tank tops, and sports bras (for women) are appropriate. All Levels: NO oils, lotions or moisturizes. Slippery hands and legs can impede pole gripping and can make for a dangerous situation.

Remember to REMOVE all jewelry from you fingers, wrists, neck, ears, ankles, bellybutton, etc. Not only can it damage the pole’s surface, but can cause you bodily injury by scratching or piercing the skin, or even catching onto clothing.

Is pole fitness something for me?

Yes, Pole fitness is good for every woman no matter the size or shape. Our Pole fitness workout is suitable for anybody who wants to become stronger, more toned, and more flexible, but also prefers a sociable and fun workout.

What are the benefits of pole fitness?

The benefits are develop more endurance, muscle power and flexibility, burn up to 500 calories an hour while toning arms, abdominal, buttocks, and legs. Pole Fitness improves muscles, helps with weight loss, relieves stress, and builds self-esteem.

Will I be comfortable in class with others, since this is my first time?

Body In Motion has a people friendly atmosphere, we will make sure you feel comfortable. All we ask is that you come with an open mind. And we will do the rest.

What is the weight limit of the poles?

The weight requirement is not to exceed 250lbs.

Is there Nudity?

Body In Motion has a strict NO NUDITY policy. We show you how to do sexy dance moves and routines and then you go home and show your love one what we have taught you.

Do I have to pre-register for a class?

No, we are open to the public daily during studio hours, no appointments are ever needed. Visit the schedule we have posted to see which session you would like to attend. You can pay on the website for the session you would like to attend or pay in person. We accept all major credit cards.

I have back / neck / shoulder / wrist problems

Ask your doctor’s advice when in doubt about whether you can join Pole fitness sessions or not. He or she can inform you regarding the workout and regarding taking lessons or not at any pole fitness studio for exercises.

What should I bring to class?

You can bring a yoga mat, water bottle and towel. Knee pads, heels with a strap and leg warmers are brought to class if you choose too. Please make sure when you bring your heels that they are comfortable.

Can I bring a friend to watch?

No, we do not offer sit in classes to anyone for any reason. Please keep in mind there are others members in class who will not feel comfortable with this. We must make sure our members feel safe and comfortable at all times.

Will I Share A Pole?

Yes. Most of our classes are structured for two members per pole. We want to ensure that you do not fatigue your muscles to the point of exhaustion and prevents injury. Our program is a total body work-out; you are pushing your body and challenging your mind.  We choose to have longer partnered work-outs for many reasons such as social experience you receive when working with partners which is rewarding. Interval training is highly effective and a great way to gain cardiovascular strength. We also notice most members are more likely to stick to a training regimen when working in a structured partnered environment, thus allowing them to achieve the goals they have set for themselves.