Beginner Forearm Grips

Veena 25 days ago
This video will demonstrate the grips we use with our Outside and Inside Forearms. TIP: If you're using a phone TAP the video then click the 4 arrows at the bottom of the video to see this FULL SCREEN!

Beginner Spinning Pole Drills

Veena Jan 24, 2020
These drills will help you build strength and technique needed for more advanced spinning pole tricks. DON'T let your body drop, try and keep the arms bent and use the legs to hold too if needed. This position will strengthen your biceps and lats

Improve Your Poling With Visualization

Veena Jan 4, 2020
Use this audio guide to help improve your pole skills. Do this at least once a day for 3 week to see an improvement in your skills. Happy poling!

Shoulder Mount Technique Options

Veena Apr 13, 2017
This routine does not require you to follow along. Instead watch in full and when you are ready, try out different options like entries, hand placement, leg positions and exits. Dancers who are new to shoulder mounts should work on the first two

30 Days To Flexy Intro

Veena Mar 22, 2015
Welcome to my 30 day flexibility program! Please be sure to watch each lesson posted below the main video player and read all descriptions placed under each video. Always follow lesson in the order they are posted to get the most out of your time

Crucifix

Veena Jan 26, 2015
The crucifix is a great strength builder and we will be using our crucifix as a way to transition in and out of moves. Don't worry about releasing the hands at first, this takes time. Remember to switch sides, swapping hand and leg placement.

Pole Sit

Veena Aug 14, 2014
The pole sit is a must know move. Many other moves will start from this position. Do not feel rushed to remove the hands, take your time. NOTE: A warm body and pole are a must for this move. Strengthens: ADDUCTORS / GLUTES / ABDOMINALS

Beginner Routine

Veena Mar 16, 2014
This is a beginner level routine. All of the moves listed can be found in this beginner section.

Getting Started 30 Days

Veena Dec 12, 2012
Welcome! This is an introduction to our 30 Day Take Off Program, please watch and listen.

Hard Core Warm Up

Veena Dec 5, 2012
This is an 8 minute, core strengthening warm up. It can be used on its own at any time to condition the core or as a warm up. Intermediate and advanced dancers should try using it before or after the pole strength routine for a great workout. It's

Fireman

Veena May 5, 2012
Spin Grip - Forward 2 Hands. In the fireman spin you'll be lifting both feet off the floor. This is one of the more advanced beginner spins. We'll cover both static pole and spinning pole. Remember beginners should stay with the static from standing

Twisted Ballerina

Veena May 3, 2012
Think of this as the sister move to the Ballerina. This variation also requires shoulder, hip flexor, and quadriceps flexibility. The front of the shoulder/arm pit will be against the pole and your hips are open. Strengthens: ADDUCTORS / HAMSTRINGS /

Getting Started Stretching

Veena May 20, 2011
This video will help you to prepare for successful stretching sessions. ALWAYS STRETCH BOTH SIDES OF THE BODY. Lessons are organized by muscle groups. foam roller lessons have been placed before each muscle group. Perform all lessons at once or pick

Tips for Success

Veena May 16, 2011
This video will share some tips for success when using Veena's lessons.

Getting Started

Veena May 15, 2011
This video explains how to use Veena's lessons. Please watch before moving on to other lessons. Beginners should use the pole strength lessons and conditioning lessons for the first 2-4 weeks. Then move on to pole work. For a great start try our 30

Side Climb

Veena Oct 7, 2010
Another version of climbing the pole and a great muscle builder too. I'll show you three variations. Beginners feel free to give this one a try. Remember to keep your chest up and watch your form. This is a tough one! This climb requires more
Phoenix Hunter Previous Paid Member
I use Veena's lessons and also take studio classes. I would not be able to do what I can do without veena. Not at all. I probably would have quit. her explanation and knowledge of how the body works is amazing. she is very encouraging to beginners.
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