Beginner Exotic Pole Online Course or Tutorials

 
PoleAdventures Paid Member
Hi Veeners

Does anyone know, if there are some good Exotic Pole Beginner online courses out there? Or some good tutorials with the very basic movements? I think about basic elements like steps, turns, transitions like the diamond knee pirouette and something like that. I'm not looking for online zoom classes or choreos, I would like to learn moves or little combos which are basic and fundamentals (moves that are seen a lot).

It doesn't matter if free or paid. I'm looking for a course or individual tutorials either with explanation or with slow down movement to follow along.
17 days ago
amelia2000 Previous Paid Member
Hi! On Insta, Chloe Anderson Pole had a Low Flow challenge in April or May with lots of transitional moves in, was really helpful
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17 days ago
amelia2000 Previous Paid Member
Can't remember when exactly but it was earlier this year
17 days ago
Angeliis Paid Member
[polinaginger.com]

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How to exotic courses are very good. Polina goes through all the steps very thoroughly. You can also check out her instagram

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17 days ago
PoleAdventures Paid Member
The exotic course from polina ginger looks great, thanks for the advice.
Although it is a course format I don't really like, with chat and with limited access. But I will track that.

Thanks for the other suggestions. Insta challenges is not what I'm really looking for because there is mostly no deeper explanation, the moves are shown only without further information.
16 days ago
Veena
You'll see more exotic here as some point.
16 days ago
PoleAdventures Paid Member
Ohhh...do you plan to make some exotic move tutorials Veena? That would be great!!
15 days ago
Veena
Yes. I can't commit to when though.
15 days ago
LatinPoler Previous Paid Member
I recommend [exoticacademy.com] (until Veena adds her tutorials, of course!).

It’s a self paced course, not just random tutorials.
14 days ago
Veena
That looks like a good website! With something like that available I don't know that I'll worry about exotic lessons here.
14 days ago
LatinPoler Previous Paid Member
I was subscribed for some time and it’s good to learn the exotic basics, the videos are in progressive order and they include tips and technique explanations, etc. The downside is that video and audio quality was not good for some “guest” instructors, but the main videos were fine. I believe they revamped the site recently so hopefully they fixed this. They didn’t update often either and there weren’t many videos, so when I did almost everything I cancelled my subscription. But I would recommend it for someone who wants to start Exotic, maybe least 2-3 month subscription. I wouldn’t go with the yearly subscription out of the gate.

123poling, OpenDance Academy and Cleosrocknpole have exotic tutorials too, but those are random, not a course. That’s why I recommend Exotic Academy.

Anyway, most of the transitions like pole plié, body waves, shoulder slides... and tricks like the wrist sit, Jamilla, handstands, etc. are basics of exotic as well, regardless if they are labeled like that or not!

The rule of gold of exotic is heels off the floor. Also, arms do most of the work, even if it looks like it’s legs. Exotic is my jam so I’ve done research and training... here is something I posted on IG 😉
14 days ago
LatinPoler Previous Paid Member
14 days ago
Veena
That's the thing I don't think most ppl get. It's not easy or beginner stuff just because you don't always to tricks. The arms to soooo much work! Love the creative!!!!!
14 days ago
LatinPoler Previous Paid Member
Thanks!!! Exactly, exotic can be really hard even if you stay on the floor most of the time 👍🏼
13 days ago
 
yrngrl
I take lessons in a studio, but between classes at home it is so helpful to have Veena's lessons to refresh my memory of what I learned in class and show me other moves I "should" be able to do based on what I already know. Instructions are so clear!
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