Veena’s Tips For Flow And Movement (LIVE LESSON) (FREE)

In this video I’ll cover using your breath, movement and flow. At the end of this lesson I’ll demonstrate a few easy and relaxing movement drills that can be done anytime, with no pole required. Use this lesson anytime you like. CLICK HERE FOR THE PROGRAM


  1. Yeeessssss. Luv this. I talk about working in my breathing all the time with my pole friends at the studio. I get all excited to do a sequence…and then realize that I am holding my breath the entire time. Makes it difficult when trying to link sequences for an entire song 🙂

  2. That flow was so relaxing. Definitely need to work on my breath. How funny that it’s something you need to learn or relearn. I tend to hold my breath and not even realize that I’m holding it!

  3. This is pretty useful for me right now. I have a performance coming up on Saturday that requires 10 minutes of movement, I’ve been stressing about pole tricks but I guess I haven’t been considering the subtle aspects of performance as well. I’ve never performed in front of this many people, 600-700, without being able to pick my music or know what’s playing. I’m going in totally blind. I don’t have to dance for the entire 10 minutes I guess, 10 minutes leaves some buffer time, tops I can do 4-6 minutes for my current shape. I’m still nervous but this video might help.

  4. oh, I was thinking of doing an amateur night and I can’t pick my music either. It’s just for fun; but, now I am having some stage fright. It’s nice to see that breathing is good! And, I don’t have to do everything super fancy. Little movements add a nice touch and flow.

  5. Loved this video and wish I saw it when I first started doing pole! Loved the tip about chaining your moves and learning how to dance into them. I was (up until a few months ago) so scared of freestyle and unprepared movement I just never did it but your tips are giving me more comfort! Just got to practise!