Frequently asked questions

No, that is not required. We have divided our classes into levels and not all classes have something to do with dance. We will teach you the basics needed to progress. However, if you would like to dance you should book the Pole Dance, Girly Dance or Dancehall classes.

You will find soon enough that both your motor skills and coordination will improve.

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Pole Beginners: It’s a good idea to wear shorts underneath the leggings, if possible. Otherwise just wear shorts and a regular top, as sometimes we need more skin to hold on to the pole. We train with bare feet. Please, remove your jewelry before class.

Aerial Hoop & Aerial Silk: Wear leggings and bring a long-sleeved blouse in case you’ll need it. We train with bare feet. Please, remove your jewelry before class.

Flexy, Core & Stretch: You’ll need stretchy pants and it’s a good idea to have your socks with you.

Poledance, Girly Dance and Dancehall: Wear comfortable clothes. If you have knee pads or over-knee socks then bring them for pole dance classes. For Girly Dance and Dancehall bring indoor shoes.

You can book either:

Pole Beginners – Silk Beginners – Hoop Beginners – Girly Dance – Dancehall – Flexy – Core & Stretch.

You can read more about the classes here.

After purchasing a trial class you’re able to book a spot on the Beginners class. If you wish to book a higher level class you’ll need to purchase a single class. Read more about our prices >>

Yes, you can. We are teaching everything from scratch so everyone can join. If you wish to be more flexible you can join our Flexy classes.

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Yes. We will teach everything from scratch so everyone can join. You will most likely be able to see results after a couple of months.

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No, it’s not. Pole dance and pole fitness are a way of workout, which is fun and motivating.

We often train in shorts and sports bras as we need the extra grip to be able to hold on to the pole.

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We want to be sure that under-aged girls/boys have permission from their parents. That’s why a parent has to give their CPR number when a girl/boy under 18 years signs up.

If you do not wish to give your CPR number, you can add 1234 after your birthday.

Most of our classes are taught in English since we have a lot of English speaking members. We are always trying to take language barriers into consideration.

Yes. We take a minor fee. However, it is not possible to pause your membership during the binding period.

The minimum period is one week and the maximum is 3 months during one year.

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Yes, we do have different binding periods on the memberships. HoP Pass is a clip card and is not seen as a membership.

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You can join the classes as you please, together or individually.

When one of you signs out the remaining friend’s membership will change to Pole Addict.

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If you quit your membership (after your binding period) before the 15th of a month it will terminate by the end of the month. If you quit it after the 15th (after your binding period) it will terminate by the end of the following month.

You can sign out via our booking system.

Log in > Go to “Min konto” in the top right corner > Quit membership

Log into the booking system and update your new card information.

Please contact us and we’ll have a look at it.

info@houseofpole.dk

Phone: +45 22 36 34 75