Monday, 26 October 2015

Lesley Jackson Handsprings and Ayesha Workshop

25th September 2015 Pole Passion Crawley
Student and Instructor Development with these advanced moves

Ayesha and handspring theory.
 What is it and why is it so important to us?
 How the move works.
 Grip variations.
 Which muscles are working and at risk.
 The risks.
.What to look for.
 Spotting and staying safe.

 What is it and why is it so important to us?
 How it works, and as a entry.
 Grip variations, entry variations.
 Which muscles are working and are at risk.
 The risks.
 What to look for.
 Spotting and staying safe.

Lesley Jackson aka ‘Ley-poleguns’ started poling in 2010 and fell in love with it in the first 10 seconds!! She was over weight and found pole a great way to get fit. As she was no dancer or gymnast pole didn’t come easy to her so the work she had to put in to get the moves didn’t go unnoticed and was known as the sweaty girl that would not give up.

This hard work, combined with her active Facebook and Instagram accounts have made Ley a well-known instructor. She constantly strives to find the best way to break down moves and explain them to students.

Lesley is renowned for being a little crazy on the pole and is not scared to have a go at something new.

If you ever see Ley perform you are one of the lucky ones, as she has really big fear of performing and will openly admit she’s a teacher not an entertainer. Her teaching is reflected in her students.

Lesley has completed REP's Accredited Instructor teacher training with Pole Passion and is currently training as a trainer assessor with Pole Passion too
 and has trained with Spin City and is a 4 star PDC instructor.
She believes knowledge is power and we all need to keep learning.

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