Casa Bailar Pole FAQ

Casa Bailar Pole FAQ


Is it only slim girls who can go for pole fitness?

With us, it does not matter what size you are. Anyone can join, and as we only have small teams with max. 10-12 per team we create a good bond among the students.

Age limit?

We have an age limit of 15 years. However, if you are under 18, we need a signature from a parent. You are welcome to bring your mother/sister/significant other so they can see what polefitness is all about.

Do I need to be trained to go to pole fitness?

Polefitness is a form of exercise like any other, where you start as a beginner and slowly build up strength and technique. The teams are of course adapted to the individual students and their level.

What are you wearing?

Normally we train in shorts (hotpants) and short-sleeved t-shirts or a top.
The kneecaps and arms must at least be free, as otherwise it would be impossible to get a grip on the pole. But to start with, you can wear clothes that you feel comfortable in. And as time goes on, you quickly find out what you thought was nice and functional. You are welcome to wear long trousers and a sweater for the warm-up, so you get good warmth in the body before training. Also read the team description for each team, because we recommend long trousers and a jersey for aerial hoop and stretching, for example.

What shoes are used?

We generally train in bare feet or socks. Outdoor shoes may not be worn on the premises.

What to remember when going to class?

A small towel to wipe the pole off with.
A large towel to put over the mat, or bring your own mat if you have it.
Avoid using creams or oils before the lesson, as you will then find it impossible to use the pole (get a grip on the pole).
As far as possible, avoid having nail polish on your toes as it spreads on the floor.
No ringing on the fingers, as they may break on the pole.

Binding period and termination.

There is a 1-month commitment period upon registration. The member may terminate his membership at any time with 1 month’s notice to the end of a month. For example, if the member terminates their membership on 12 May, their membership will therefore end on 30 June. Termination of membership should be sent in writing to: Termination is not accepted via team sports, messenger or via SMS etc. 

When terminating membership, the first name, surname, date of birth and membership number must be provided. The member will then receive an email from Casa Bailar and from Holdsport acknowledging the termination. Receipts for the termination must be produced by the member in case of doubt.

You cannot transfer your subscription to someone else unless you have agreed this in advance with us via 

You can also choose to suspend your membership for up to a year. If you then wish to terminate your membership, the same rules for termination as described above apply. 

Waiting list for permanent and free training teams

Once you have signed up for polefitness in Casa Bailar, you can our booking system “” book you into our regular teams (e.g. level team and pole dance) & the free training teams (open hoop & pole). It is also possible to be put on a waiting list for a place on the teams. You can book yourself onto the classes and waiting list via the app or online.

Open pole & hoop

The free training sessions “open pole & hoop” are free sessions and are in addition to the sessions included in the regular sessions. There is no instructor in these classes, so you must be able to warm up properly and train independently.

Equipment for pole hours

You will need long training pants, socks and a long-sleeved blouse for warming up, and shorts / hotpants, sports bra and sleeveless top for the training itself. Remember a cloth to wipe the pole and a towel to put on top of one of our mats. You are also welcome to bring your own mat.

Equipment for hooptimer

You’ll need long leggings, socks and a long-sleeved shirt for the warm-up, sports bra and sleeveless top for the workout itself. Remember a towel to put on top of one of our mats. You are also welcome to bring your own mat.

What are you wearing to pole dance?

We dance modern dance on bare feet or stockings. Sometimes in shorts, but mostly with long pants. Knee protectors can be an advantage, as we often have knees in the floor at floorwork