Casa Bailar Pole & Hoop
Dance in Roskilde
Welcome to Casa Bailar Pole & Hoop
We train in hoops and on poles in small teams with max. 10 students. In doing so, we ensure that all students receive plenty of attention and the right instruction.
At you go on small teams, which provides a safe and relaxed environment, and the instructor can better put together a training that suits your and your teammates’ needs. Here there is also a chance that you get a new friend to train with.
In addition to 3 regular teams, which you can book in via holdsport.dk, there are various free pole & hoop. We call these hours “Open pole or hoop” in the team schedule.
There are no requirements for your physique, as we help and guide you through the teaching to build strength and flexibility.
If you dream of a good camaraderie, better physique and to develop body awareness and rhythm, then Casa Bailar pole and hoop is just the thing for you. We are ready to welcome you to a fun and new way to train.
On our team schedule we have hours that are combined by 2 different levels. This means that as long as you are on one of the levels, you can get to the class.
This means that the pole / hoop hours called level 2-3 are for everyone who is level 2, even if they have just been promoted from level 1.
The instructor makes sure to have both tricks for level 2 and 3, which can increase and decrease in difficulty. The same applies to level 1-2 teams, where students who have completed pole intro can start and train with students from both level 1 and 2.
You can always get a trial lesson at Casa Bailar Pole before signing up, you can just click the button below to go to trial lesson booking or write to email@example.com .
The trial lesson is held on Sundays from 10.30-11.30 on our pole intro team.
Pole Fitness & Aerial Hoop instructors
Amedeo Amantino Cohen began his career as an athlete with artistic gymnastics. In 2006, he began his professional career as an artist on stage for the opening and closing of the Winter Olympics in Turin. From 2008, Amedeo began its circus journey in the company Sonics.
In the following years, Amedeo toured with the Cirque du Soleil in Amaluna, Montreal, but due to an accident, he returned to Europe to teach his circus art at the famous National Center for Circus Arts in London.
In 2015, he placed 5th at the Pole Sport IPSF World Championships in London. He participated in various Pole Art competitions. To name a few, he took 2nd place in Switzerland and in Pole Art France he was awarded the special prize from In Da House.
Maria has been training pole since 2015, and is a trained pole instructor at Xpert. For her, pole is expressive movement and dance, combined with strength training and lots of laughter. She loves to play with combinations and floor work. And is aware that we are all different and therefore have different needs for support and guidance.
Maria focuses on training both sides of the pole, so that the body remains strong and in good balance from the inside to the outside.
Louise has been training pole since 2012, though with breaks in between. In 2019, Louise became a certified pole fitness instructor through Xpert. Areal hoop Louise has been training since 2017 and in 2019 she participated in the DPSF championship and got a 3rd place.
It is important for Louise to create a safe and secure atmosphere for her students so that everyone can participate and develop at their own pace. In both pole and hoop, her passion is strength-demanding tricks, which her hours can also be marked by.
Nina teaches pole and loves to challenge herself with new exciting tricks, like those sitting on thighs or elbows. Nina focuses on having control over one’s own body and learning where one’s own boundaries are both physical and mental.
For Nina, pole studio is her second home and she loves to teach and always tries to have a good smiling mood during her lessons. “The more fun you have and the more you laugh with the other students, the easier your training feels.”
Emma teaches primarily at PoleIntro. She has been training pole herself since 2017 and with her penchant for strength training, she loves strength-demanding pole tricks. Emma loves graceful lines and pointed feet.
On a daily basis, Emma is a physiotherapist, and there will always be a focus on injury prevention teaching, as well as building basic strength and basic technique in Poland.
At Emma’s classes, the training will always suit you and your level.
Louise has been training pole since 2012, though with breaks in between. In 2019, Louise became a certified pole fitness instructor through Xpert. Areal hoop Louise has been training since 2017 and in 2019 she participated in the DPSF championship and got a 3rd place. It is important for Louise to create a safe and secure atmosphere for her students so that everyone can participate and develop at their own pace. In both pole and hoop, her passion is strength-demanding tricks, which her hours can also be marked by.
Pole and hoop team - 8 weeks course
How does the monthly quota work?
- It costs DKK 349 per month for up to 3 teams / hours per week (eg 1 x pole level, 1 x stretch and 1 x pole dance).
- In addition, you can book say at open hoop & pole hours, where you can train independently without instructors.
- The registration fee for registration is DKK 150.
- There is a trial period of 30 days, after which there is a bond of 3 months. If you re-register at a later date, you must pay the registration fee again.
- You book your lessons via team sports.
- You can register up to 5 minutes before teaching if there are vacancies and there is a waiting list.
- You can also cancel your bookings on holdsport.dk no later than 2 hours before you have classes. No show fee is DKK 50, which is charged via team sports.
- You can put your membership on hold if, for example. is pregnant, out and traveling for a long time, on long-term sick leave (eg Corona) etc. Please write and send documentation to: firstname.lastname@example.org
However, it is still possible to buy a cut card if you can and only want to train occasionally, or if you want to train for more than 3 hours. The cut card is bought in the webshop at casabailar.dk and is handed out for the first time that you come to training.
If you sign up in August, you get September for free
You can register for free via holdsport.dk, after which you must ask to become a member of Casa Bailar.
But if you do not pay the monthly fee, it will be closed to book in teams via team sports.
If you have challenges, then you must finally write to email@example.com
NOTE: Only when you have registered via team sports and paid a monthly membership fee, then you have the option of up to 3 teams / hours per. week on our regular team & on our open pole & hoop team, which is on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday via holdsport.dk
If you are starting for pole for the first time, you must sign up for the pole intro course, you can see when this is on our schedule.
Here there is extra good time to explain techniques and build strength from scratch. Spins, simple tricks and getting up the bar with your head down will be taught.
NOTE: We recommend that you get in training clothes and bring shorts that go over the knees, as we need to use the skin to get stuck in the bars. In addition, you must have a washcloth to wipe the pole off, as well as a towel for an exercise mat or your own exercise mat.
Pole level 1 is for you who have completed a pole intro course or have tried a little bit of pole before.
This team continues to be taught the spins and tricks that have been covered in the intro course, as well as some new tricks both upside down.
The focus at level 1 is to make you more comfortable and safe at the pole.
Most need to be at level 1 for more than 8 weeks. It is the instructor who assesses when you are ready to move on to level 2. If you feel that you are about to be ready, contact your instructor. Some of the tricks you need to know to get to level 2 are: Butterfly, Viva, Cross knee release and genius.
At level 2, we build on the skills you have acquired at level 1. Level 2 is a very broad level with many exciting and challenging tricks. It will definitely be an advantage to use our agility hours, as some tricks from level 2 and 3 require some agility to complete them.
The focus at level 2 is endurance and combining the tricks you learn into small series.
Most people need to be at level 2 for a longer period of time as we need to make sure that one’s muscles and technique are ready for the next level. It is the instructor who assesses when you are ready to move on to level 3, if you feel that you are about to be ready, contact your instructor. Some of the tricks you need to know to get to level 3 are: Extended butterfly, jade, make a longer combo, sailor, cross ankle release, superman, bow and arrow.
Level 3 is advanced level. It is expected here that you have built up strength, and know your own limitations to train safely in more difficult tricks. Greater demands are made on agility, strength and balance.
New exciting tricks will be made. Focus on level 3 will be new tricks, maintaining his skills, but at the same time being graceful all the way through his combos.
Most are very long at level 3, there are many new tricks to learn and difficult grips. At the same time you have to maintain many of your basic skills from level 1 and 2. It is the instructor who assesses whether you are ready for level 4. To get to level 4 you must be able to do tricks like handspring, elbow grip Ayesha, sneaky V, dangerous Brian and twisted grip walkover.
Level 4 is an elite team, and the highest level. Here all tricks and flips must be done. Here, difficult tricks are made, which place high demands on agility, strength and courage. Combo will be made, which requires that you are confident in your grip and balance. Flips are also a big part of level 4.
At the pole dance class we play with choreography and dance in Poland. The team is all levels and we work on putting spins, floorwork and rhythm together for a dance. We work for several weeks with the same choreography, where we build more each time, and work to get details in place. We dance modern dance in bare feet or stockings. Sometimes in shorts, but mostly with long pants. Knee pads can be an advantage as we often have knees in the floor at floorwork.
Right now, unfortunately, Twerk is not offered. We are working on finding a new instructor.
Attire: Feel free to bring leg warmers and / or knee pads. Remember loose pants / shorts, so you can really make your butt bounce.
But you can book Twerk for your bachelor party or girls’ night etc.
A hoop is a metal ring that hangs freely from the ceiling, where acrobatic exercises are performed below, inside and above it. When you train the hoop, it is an advantage to wear long trousers, sports bra, tank top / t-shirt and / or a long-sleeved blouse.
Hoop level 1 is for you who are brand new or are easily trained.
On this team, we work with exercises that equip you to be able to get up in a hoop.
In addition, works with tricks, small combos and simple scrolls, which are within the hoop level 1 list.
Most people need to be at level 1 for more than 8 weeks, to build strength, technique and body awareness. It is the instructor who assesses when you are ready to move on to level 2, if you feel that you are about to be ready, contact your instructor. Some of the tricks you need to know to get to level 2 are: Straddle / Pike mount, Pike in top bar, Front balance and Back balance.
Level 2 is the highest level in the hoop. When you reach level 2, we build on the things you have learned at level 1. It also means that it is important that you are confident in all tricks and mounts at level 1.
At level 2, we work with more complex combos, scrolls and drops.
It is expected that you have built up a strength and know your own limitations so that you can safely practice the more difficult tricks. It is an advantage if you also have some agility, as some tricks will require this or make them easier / more elegant.
Some of the tricks you will experience at level 2 are: Russian split, Jigsaw, Poison and Dragon tail.
It is the instructor who assesses when you are ready for Level 2.
At open pole and hoop, you have the opportunity to practice the things you train on your regular team.
To avoid overexertion or injury, it is important that you stay within the level you normally train.
At this hour it is you who comes up with a plan of what you want to train and you are responsible for the warm-up and the training as there is not an instructor available, but our facilities.
Der vil fra gang til gang være fokus på enten split, spagat eller ryg/skuldre. The team starts with light warm-up, after which various stretches will be taught that will flex the fascia and connective tissue around the muscle fibers. During the class there will be a focus on alignment, breathing and joint protection.
At the flexibility class, you must bring a sweater, towel for the training mat or your own training mat. You can also bring leg warmers, knee pads and yoga blocks, but this is not a requirement.
|16:30-17:30||Pole||Intro/ All levels||Louise|
|17:30-18:20||Poledance||All levels||Maria E.|
|18:30-19:20||Pole||Intro/ Level 1||Nina|
|18:30-19:20||Pole... fra 1. Okt.||Intro/ level 1 + 30 år||Amedeo|
|19.30-20.20||Open Hoop / Pole||Træn selv uden instruktør|
|13:00-14:00||Pole... fra 1. Okt.||All levels||Amedeo|
|18.30-19.30||Pole||Intro/ Level 1/2||Louise|
|10:00-11:00||Pole... fra 1. Okt.||All levels||Amedeo|
|16.30-17.30||Open Hoop / Pole||Træn selv uden instruktør|
|18.30-19.30||Open Hoop / Pole||Træn selv uden instruktør|
|10.30-11.20||Pole intro||Intro||Emma, Maria, Louise|
|10.30-11.20||Open Hoop / Pole||Træn selv uden instruktør|
|11:30-12:20||Strech||All levels||Emma, Maria, Louise|
|12:30-13:20||Open Hoop / Pole||Træn selv uden instruktør|