Pole and Aerial Small Group Fitness Studio

About Our Classes

Brass Butterflies takes an alternative approach to group fitness.  Pole and Aerial Fitness are at the core of what our studio offers.  Students gain confidence as they build physical strength, flexibility and endurance.  We teach pole dancing and aerial arts in progressive curriculums with material to challenge the absolute beginner to the elite competitor and every level in between.  Students are encouraged to work at their own pace in a supportive and non-judgmental atmosphere.  

Please see our Curriculum Class Schedule, Pricing, Policies and FAQ pages for more information.

Pole And Aerial Curriculum Classes

Our Pole and Aerial Curriculums are taught in progressive levels.  The skills in each level are covered in an 8-week session with different material covered each week and lots of review of foundational moves to develop muscle memory and confidence.  After the Intro levels, students will typically take two or more sessions to build strength and master the foundational moves in each level before moving on.  Instructors will introduce new non-core skill moves from session to session for variety.  


Students will be required to demonstrate a checklist of foundational skills learned in each level before moving on to the next level.  Progressing to the next level should always be done in week 1 of a session.  Pole Curriculum Classes include Introduction to Pole, Beginner Pole, Intermediate Pole , Advanced Pole, Master Class Pole, Masters Elite Pole.  They are not "in between" levels.  Aerial Curriculum Classes include Intro to Aerials (mixed apparatus), then Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced in either Aerial Silks or Hoop (Lyra).  Split classes (for example Advanced/Masters Pole) will cover both levels listed and welcome students working at either level.

Non-Curriculum Classes

Our non-curriculum selection of classes has been developed to supplement and compliment our core curriculum programs.  With options to aid students in developing flexibility, conditioning, endurance, musicality and dance, these fun and challenging classes are a great addition to your regular fitness routine and, if attended in addition to your regular curriculum classes, may help you progress through the levels faster.  Not all non-curriculum classes use the poles or aerial apparatus.  Non-curriculum classes include Body TLC Yoga, Chair Fit Cabaret, Contortion and Flexibility, Fit and Flexy, Fit to Fly (Aerial Conditioning), Pole Condition and Sculpt, Sexy Songs and Stillettos, Zumba, Pole Practices and Aerial Open Gyms.  

You do not need to be a pole or aerial curriculum student to join most of these classes.  Some classes may be periodically added that will have curriculum level pre-requisites for the safety and enjoyment of all participants.  Special equipment/accessories may be required or recommended for some of these classes such as running shoes, knee protectors, leg warmers or tights, high heeled shoes, etc.  Please check the class description and confirmation when registering for a class for the first time so you can be prepared.

 Curriculum classes must be registered for in 8 Week sessions, even if you are purchasing a monthly membership.  Registering for all 8 classes of the session ensures that all students and members are given a guaranteed spot in their "home base" class of choice (same day and time each week for the duration of the 8 weeks). We ask that students wait until the first day of the session to manage their cancellations and make-up registrations for the duration of the session.  This applies only to curriculum classes.  Thank you.

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