Our Classes

Pole Dancing Courses

A great workout and a lot of fun! These courses include spins and aerial tricks, each class you'll learn new tricks as your fitness, strength and flexibility increases so does the level of the workout! Choose between Static classes where the pole is stationary and you create your own momentum or Spin class where the pole spins and you work yourself holding positions or why not do both!

Classes are 1 person per pole
$220 for 8 weeks, 1 hour per week

Aerial Silks

A fantastic art form, learn fun tricks, shapes and drops in this amazing aerial course. You will gain grip strength, body control, coordination and flexibility start building all this is in level 1 and work your way up the levels as you go. Wear your leggings in this class with a tight fitting shirt so you stay nice and comfy

Classes are 1 person per Silk
$220 for 8 weeks, 1 hour per week

Our Studio

Meet our teaching team!

All PhysiPole teachers are internationally accredited pole dance and fitness instructors. Our instructors are all incredibly friendly and can't wait to share their passion for pole with you!

Studio Owner

Danielle Leach

Studio Owner & Instructor

Danielle started pole dancing in 2010 and began teaching at the Ballarat studio in 2011. Prior to that, Danielle has been dancing since she was 6 years old, specialising in Ballet (RAD) and jazz. She entered her first professional pole dancing competition in 2011/12 Miss Pole Dance Victoria as a doubles performance and the following year took out the doubles title in Miss Pole Dance Victoria 2012/13. In 2013, Danielle begun competing in solo divisions and placed 2nd runner up in the Victorian Pole Championships Amateur division and 2nd runner up in the doubles division of the same competition. She was then chosen as a wildcard to Australian Pole Championships where she successfully placed 4th on the national stage. Danielle competed in the first Rising Stars competition, placing 2nd runner up which was to be her last competition for a while before turning her passion to business and bringing PhysiPole to more people by opening her first studio in Werribee in January 2016. She loves teaching and mentoring and sharing her excitement for the pole industry, so much so she opened her second studio in Yarraville in May 2018. Danielle returned to the stage for Survivor Pole Championships in March 2017 and placed 2nd runner up in the Semi Pro division and most recently competed in the Semi Pro division at Hardcore Pole Championships in Sydney where she place 1st runner up. Danielle looks to continue competing in the future and to helping women of all backgrounds fall in love with our PhysiFam and ignite their passion for pole!


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