Thursday, 13 August 2020

Aerial Hoop instructor training - Pole Passion Bognor

Pole Passion Aerial Hoop Instructor Training  Beginner to Intermediate Course - Online and in person

  • The most extensive Beginner to Intermediate Aerial Hoop Instructor Training course on the market
  • Over 100 moves explained with teaching instructions, regressions, progressions, adaptations and safety tips
  • Detailed information about starting your own classes, including aspects such as rigging, equipment, health and safety & legal requirements
  • Ideas and templates to assist you, including risk assessments and lesson plans
  • Flexible in-person options available at additional cost

Pole Passion Aerial Hoop Instructor Training, Beginner to Intermediate course covers all the fundamentals of becoming an aerial hoop instructor. Beginner to intermediate moves are covered, as well as the essential knowledge required for setting up an aerial hoop business. 

Start your instructing career the right way with a qualification that gives you all the essential knowledge and skills to be a safe and effective instructor.

Over 100 moves on video, with detailed instructions, regressions, progressions, adaptations and safety tips!

Course Overview

The Beginner to Intermediate Course is split into 2 parts (theory and practical assessment). 

This course takes approximately 20 hours to complete plus an additional 3-4 hours of assessment time. 



  • We recommend 1 year of experience of doing aerial hoop as a student
  • You must have access to an environment suitable for safely executing all moves covered to complete this training




Theory assessment via online multiple-choice exam. Practical assessment by video submission and email

Course format

  • Online theory and practical learning
  • Online theory assessment
  • Online submission of practical videos and class paperwork 

Course Description

Theory section including online learning that covers essential knowledge for teaching at beginner to intermediate level. This includes set-up aspects such as choosing a venue, choosing equipment and recruiting clients. In addition, the course provides you with the knowledge and skills required for running regular safe and effective lessons, including information on risk assessments, student screening, lesson planning, motivating students, class control, choreography, licences and insurance. 


Practical section including online videos and explanations of over 100 beginner and intermediate level moves, including mounts, poses and dynamic moves. Each move is broken down to allow you to teach it safely and effectively.

Email us at - for further information 


Aerial Hoop ONLINE training now available from Pole Passion Bognor

This detailed & comprehensive course including information on how to teach beginners and intermediate level students, is now online  - Launched in February 2020 with exclusive deals for Miss Pole Dance UK attendees

visit the website for more details 


Feeling stressed or anxious during lockdown? Missing your aerial class?

Are you missing pole, hoop, fitness, boas and laughs, your friends, family and your instructors?

Recent events during the summer of 2020, have changed our lives and turned them upside down. 

‘Normal’ routines as we knew it have gone and many of us could be struggling to adjust to our new reality.

Feeling worried, stressed or anxious is an entirely normal reaction for the uncertainty most of us are in, so its important to understand most if not all of us are feeling this to some degree right now. 

If you live alone, you suddenly face the challenge of not physically seeing or spending time with anyone else for an unknown length of time. 

Both can be difficult situations to cope with. 

So, what do you do to combat stress or anxiety? We have a few suggestions you could try:


  • One of the simplest but most effective things you can do is focus on your breathing. By controlling that, you’re sending a message to your body not to panic.
  • Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth, spending longer breathing out than in. Do this for two minutes and you’ll start feeling calmer.
  • Search online for breathing techniques and exercises to find one that works best for you. Your fitness tracker may have a built-in breathing exercise, or you can download apps to help you.

Talk to someone

  • Call a trusted friend or relative to talk about how you’re feeling.
  • Getting things off your chest is healthy, whether you need a shoulder to cry on or someone to listen to your rant.
  • If you can’t reach a friend or family members and really need help, there’s support available from mental health charities and dedicated helplines like the Samaritans or MIND - see our previous posts

Switch off from the world

  • Take a break from social media – it can become overwhelming if you’re constantly checking it.
  • Limit your exposure to the news to short bursts or one bulletin a day. In times like these, there’s a temptation to stay glued to the news, but with everyone focused on the current situation, it could simply fuel your anxiety.
  • Read or listen to a book instead of a newspaper, or watch a film - make it funny, and lose yourself in another world.

Do something with your hands

  • Take your mind off the overall situation by doing something with your hands. It will force you to concentrate on what you’re doing instead.
  • Change your focus by gardening, cooking, baking, drawing, knitting, sewing, mending or building something, writing a letter, or whatever takes your fancy.
  • Concentrating on the task at hand means you’re present in the moment rather than thinking about anything else. This is also known as mindfulness.

Go outside

  • Take advantage of the weather, get some fresh air and feel the sun and breeze on your face. Rain is nice too :)
  • Take a daily walk or ride a bike for exercise in your local area, remembering to keep a distance of at least 2 metres from others.
  • Connect with nature, whether by getting your hands dirty in your garden or simply by observing birds, insects or wildlife

Be kind to yourself

  • Treat yourself to a long soak in the bath, or shower, wear something you love, dance, sing, meditate, exercise, or eat a favourite meal. 
  • Avoid harmful coping mechanisms like alcohol or smoking, which are likely to make you feel worse. 
  • Don’t set yourself unrealistic goals like learning a new language, reading the entire works of Shakespeare or redesigning your whole life. More spare time can be an opportunity to learn new skills or tick things off your bucket list, but don’t put extra pressure on yourself if you’re having difficulty concentrating.

Laugh and dance like no on his watching 

  • Laughter is a brilliant medicine because it releases endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller. In other words, having a giggle makes you feel better.
  • Laughter is also great to help you bond with people. It’s contagious, so once one person starts laughing, other people will join in, whether they know what they’re laughing at or not.
  • Watch funny videos, tell jokes, relive happy memories, do silly walks or voices, do anything that makes you laugh. It will release our natural feel-good chemicals and boost your mood.

Nothing lasts forever…

One important thing to remember if you’re feeling stressed or anxious is, that nothing lasts forever. 

Life will return to normal at some point. And when it does, we may not take for granted the simple things like meeting up with friends and family, going to pole or having a day out. But, don’t forget, you can still use these techniques to help you control your stress and anxiety once normal  life is resumed.

Stay confident, focus on your physiology, language and belief system 

Online certification Pole Fitness Instructor Training with Pole Passion Questions

We were contacted with some questions regarding the online assessment process

If you would like a FaceTime session with a member of the team at any time, with your home pole for an hour , we'll be happy to get one of our experienced training assessors  to do this with you at a time to suit you whereby we can go through a face to face session working on your own personal style of teaching

Email us on - where we will be more than happy to support your further

QUESTION - How best do you recommend learning the transitions/poses/core moves? I've been physically practicing moves but I'm having trouble practicing with the words together. 

- this come with practice but until it comes second nature this process works well for many new instructors 

show the move

describe the move in words including technical points

show the move again

get the student to do the move and make any corrections

show the move again should the student need to visually see the move again (more for kinaesthetic learners)

QUESTION - Am I required to say the exact words given in the online course earning material to successfully pass the exam? Or can the same instruction be given in my own words?

- you may use your own words

QUESTION - Is there any training information on how I should help and give corrections to a student if they are struggling with getting a move? 

- more instructor support can be done on a 121 FaceTime session with us, whereby we can work with your individual  strengths and weaknesses

- always bare in mind you can regress and break down a move or even go back to a previous move which will help build up your participants strength and confidence if they are struggling with one move in particular - remember every move is not going to suit ever participant every time, so have the confidence to adapt your lesson plan at a moments notice :)

QUESTION - At what point in my training do you suggest I press start to find out the information for my practical exam? Will I still be able to see the video and words in order to practice after this point?

- you may click to view all the videos at any time after you have completed the theory test - you can go back and see the videos at any time in the course

- there is a time limit of 4 months to view all the videos, but if you need an extension then let us know - we do this so you keep the momentum going with your learning and not leave it for months on end

QUESTION - When I film my practical exam is 1 student enough and will I be marked down for filming on a home pole? Must it be carried out in a professional studio?

- as long as you adhere to all the requirements, a home pole is fine - Naturally when you have paying customers you must be mindful that your insurance is adequate in any venue or location 

Please find further information below about the  assessment process and please email if you have further questions 

Kay Penney

Trainer / Assessor Pole Fitness - Pole Passion

Information is correct as of August 2020

We do however update our assessment process annually in line with industry standards so please do check before you purchase this course if you are in any doubt of the current process


Below is the online assessment process, which is in two parts, 

1st part is online theory short test and 

2nd part is the practical assessment, which explains how the course works. If you have any questions, please contact us


The theory test consists of 20 questions in the form of multiple choice, fill in the blanks, answering true / false questions. 
There is a time limit of 1 hour for the theory exam. You can start and stop as much as you need to within that hour 

Many of the students have said it takes them  shorter time than one hour

You will only have one attempt at the exam. 

Once you have completed the exam you will find out your score. The pass mark required is 75%. If you pass you can then move on to the practical component of the course. If you do not meet the required score you will be offered the opportunity to review the course content further and to re-sit.


The practical assessment consists of you delivering a mock lesson to include three elements
1. A warm up component
2. Verbally and visually teaching 5 of the moves covered in the course that will be generated at random and cannot be changed. 

3. A cool down component at the end 

Each move is worth 5 marks and 5 additional marks are awarded for instructor presentation, voice, body language, interpersonal skills and use of kinesthetic tuition where necessary.


Video submission of practical exam

  • MAXIMUM One hour (plus additional studio and camera set up time) MINIMUM 20 MINUTES
  • One student to teach, minimum ( You may teach up to three students in one lesson)
  • One static pole to teach from with safety mat for inverts where applicable
  • The video must have clear sound and vision at all times and must flow continually. (no breaks in the filming) please do not have your music up high)
  • You must be facing the camera at all times (not your back to the camera)
  • You may have music playing in the background, this must not obscure your voice, please do not have your music up high)

You will be given 5 moves chosen at random. You CANNOT change the moves chosen at random.

Examiners will be looking for visual and verbal demonstration of the following

  • Appropriate warm-up and cool down components delivered by you the instructor
  • Appropriate and safe execution and linking transitions observed
  • Do you use the pole cleaning cloth appropriately
  • Are you suitably and safely dressed for professional instruction
  •  Instructor presentation - Suitable clothing, no jewellery, hair tied back, suitable make-up if applicable
  • Body language & personality – Appropriate body alignment. strong, confident, balanced & motivational. Open and encouraging, no crossed arms, for example
  • Relaxed and confident teaching manner
  • Your language used during your instruction and motivation skills used. Voice – tone, tempo, engaging, fun and motivational
  • Interpersonal skills - Use of student’s names during instruction, eye contact, spatial awareness to that of your student/s and the pole. Kinaesthetic, hands-on tuition, where appropriate
  • Your correct hand grips during your demonstrations and the student's practice (correcting fully if the student needs correcting)
  • Safe and accurate execution of the moves with added teaching variations and progressions if necessary

Videos can be submitted to via Vimeo, YouTube, Wetransfer, one drive or Dropbox link.

 You can also post a DVD/USB to 

Pole Passion Ltd

283 Dewsbury Road


West Yorkshire


United Kingdom

Please ensure your DVD/USB stick is clearly labeled with your full name and the date. The DVD must be region free. DVD/USBs will not be returned. 

Many thanks and we look forward to supporting you for your online teacher training journey,

For Licensee, low cost, opportunities with Pole Passion Join our team

 To register for ONLINE TRAINING, Master classes, group training, 1-2-1 training and ONLINE shopping please visit our website

Thursday, 25 June 2020

Portable free standing poles for rental

At Rpole we hire dance and fitness free standing poles !
Contact us with your details
Pole fitness / dancer experience

And drop us a line -

Garlic attracts women, health and fitness information

So this month I’ve researched information about Garlic and it’s amazing properties for health and well being

By: Cat Ebeling 
Garlic—it’s been around forever,  and quite frankly, kind of taken for granted. We know it’s good for us, but it has a bad reputation for giving everyone stinky breath, so many avoid it. Whether you love garlic or avoid it like the plague, it is the heart of many cuisines all over the world, and many dishes would actually taste quite strange without it. But, besides its unique taste, garlic has amazing medicinal qualities that support your health—and your lovelife!
Garlic’s pungent odor and sharp taste comes from the sulfur-containing compounds, primarily a substance called allicin. Allicin is known for its antibacterial, antibacterial, antifungal, and antioxidant properties and is a  powerful component of garlic! Allicin has to be ‘activated’ in garlic in order to have the strongest effect. In fact, allicin is produced only when the garlic clove is crushed or chopped—a long-standing defense mechanism of the plant. Once you crush or mince the garlic, it has to sit for a minute, as the enzymes activate the powerful phytochemicals in the garlic and produce the allicin.
Let’s take a look at some of the amazing ways that garlic can improve your health:

1. Garlic is a Natural Antibiotic
Antibiotic resistance is becoming a serious worldwide concern, as the overuse of antibiotics in large scale meat production has created a whole new group of antibiotic-resistant super bacteria. This makes even minor bacterial infections in humans a serious health issue, if there are no medical antibiotics that can kill the bacteria. Garlic has been shown in scientific studies to kill a variety of common and dangerous bacteria including: campylobacter jejuni (responsible for food poisoning, pseudomonas aeruginoasa (pneumonia, and urinary infections), E.coli (food poisoning) staphylococcus aureus,klebsiella pneumonia (pneumonia, meningitis), shigella sonnei (diarrhea, dysentery), salmonella typhi(typhoid fever), as well as helicobacter pylori responsible for stomach ulcers and cancer.
One scientist wrote, “Crude garlic extract…was superior to that of all conventional antibiotics used, except streptomycin… garlic may also possess immune-stimulatory effects in addition to its antibacterial effect.”
Vancomycin is currently one of the powerful last-resort antibiotic medications that has dozens of serious side effects. However, even vancomycin now cannot kill some resistant strains of enterococcal bacteria (VRE). Garlic has been shown to have inhibitory effects on this superbug as well as anthrax, a killer bacterium.
While there are still some remaining conventional antibiotics that work on superbugs, they kill all beneficial bacteria as well as the harmful bacteria. As we now know, beneficial bacteria are extremely important to our physical, emotional and mental health, and killing them with powerful antibiotics actually weakens our immune systems. Fortunately, garlic knows the difference between good bacteria and bad bacteria, and–better yet, garlic contains prebiotic oligosaccharides, which are non-digestible carbohydrates that feed our healthy bacteria.

2. Kills Candida Safely
Candida albicans is a fungus that can live in the digestive tract. Usually our beneficial bacteria can keep it under control, but candida is an opportunistic fungal infection that thrives off of glucose and starchy foods. If our diet is off, or our immune system compromised by allergies or other illnesses, it can grow out of control. For many women, this can be a problem, as candida can become an uncomfortable vaginal infection as well. For many people, candida can be chronic and cause brain fog, allergies, digestive issues, bloating, weight gain and more. Prescription anti-fungals are available, but they are harsh to our systems and hard on the liver. Garlic can’t be beat! Research shows Allicin is as good as, or more effective than common pharmaceuticals to suppress growth and kill off excess candida.

3. Stabilizes Blood Sugar
Obesity and diabetes have become an overwhelming epidemic worldwide. Refined sugars in most all of our food supply, coupled with sugary soft drinks and fruit drinks have created havoc in our bodies with chronically high blood sugar, weight gain, heart disease, infections, kidney and eye disease and more. Raw garlic has actually been shown to modulate blood sugar, reduce the damage it has on our bodies, and reverse the inflammation and oxidative stress. Garlic improves insulin sensitivity so that blood sugar stays in check better.

4. Prevents Heart Disease and Blood Clots
Many physicians still prescribe dangerous statins to reduce cholesterol, unfortunately, statins have had some pretty awful side effects like increasing your chances of getting type 2 diabetes, liver damage, cancer, neurodegeneration, and weakening your muscles (including your heart). If you can take a natural approach to lowering your LDL cholesterol, you should be way better off. LDL numbers can improve with a combination of lower carb/low sugar diet, exercise and garlic. Garlic can regulate cholesterol, lower blood pressure, lower inflammation levels, and prevent arterial plaque buildup, and help prevent heart disease.
One of the biggest contributing factors to heart disease is blood clots. Blood clots move along arteries until there is a narrow spot, and then get stuck, blocking off blood flow and oxygen—this creates either a heart attack, or stroke.  Certain people, based on a variety of factors, including diet, are more likely to have blood clots, but garlic helps to thin the blood in a healthy way. Aspirin has been recommended by the medical establishment as a preventative measure against blood clots, but has recently been rescinded by the Food and Drug Administration. When it comes to anticoagulants, allicin from garlic tops the list.
Another risk factor in heart attacks and strokes is high blood pressure. Often the drugs used to control blood pressure have many adverse side effects, including impotency, making them undesirable. In the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciencestudy results showed garlic to work better than atenolol, a popular beta-blocker hypertension medication.

5. Prevents Lung Cancer
Garlic breath may be tough to tolerate, but that is one of the ways it supports your lung tissue. The powerful compounds in garlic are very valuable for lung health. This study showed that eating raw garlic twice a week or more, reduces the risk of lung cancer by a whopping 44% ! Allicin also helps ease congestion and irritation in the lungs and helps fight pneumonia.

6. Supports Healthy Pancreas and Insulin Production
Our pancreas helps to produce insulin, which in turn lowers blood sugar. However, in light of the sugar and carb-heavy diets that most people eat today, the pancreas is working overtime to produce insulin in high enough amounts to counteract glucose levels. Over time, the pancrease can become exhausted and quit functioning properly or producing insulin. This is diabetes. Allicin from garlic actually helps to repair the pancreas and allow it to better produce necessary insulin. It works for type 1 as well as type 2 diabetes.

7. Garlic Attracts Women!

While scientists have observed that many animals are more attracted to males who eat a high nutrient, high antioxidant diet—for example blue footed boobys (a bird in the Galapagos) attract mates by the bright blue of their feet—which comes from the antioxidants in their diet. A similar thing may be true in humans, although we don’t look for blue feet, we look for scents and skin colors.
In a series of experiments published in 2016 in Appetite, 42 men snacked on raw garlic or swallowed garlic capsules, then wore cotton pads under their armpits for 12 hours. The pungent samples were later evaluated by 14 women, who collectively rated the body odor of garlic eaters as more pleasant, attractive and masculine compared with that of men who did not ingest any garlic. Because garlic enhances levels of antioxidants in the body and kills harmful bacteria, it could change the way our sweat smells, signaling healthiness to potential mates, the researchers hypothesize. So, while garlic breath on the first date may not score you points, apparently garlic-enhanced body odor will! Garlic is not the only food that might boost a man’s sex appeal. Previous studies have found that carotenoid-induced golden-colored skin is more attractive to potential partners—at least among Caucasians.
Bottom Line
Many, pharmaceuticals are based on naturally-occurring substances—the laboratory tries to imitate nature, but concentrates and isolates active ingredients so that when synthesized into a medicine, they have side effects—in many cases dangerous side effects.
Rather than popping a synthetic version of a natural product, it makes sense to use the natural substance in its whole form. Your body is better able to use the beneficial ingredients, along with all the other natural substances, and use them to actually heal and promote wellness.

Thursday, 18 June 2020

Mental Health - A support network is here for you

In light of a beautiful soul recently been taken away from our pole community and hearing the tragic news of Jess Leanne Norris' passing please find below a series of links where someone is there to support you should you need it

Rest in peace Jess... you were an inspiration. You started pole at 15, self taught, and went on to win at Miss Pole Dance UK championship professional category at the young age of 18 in 2011 And then went on to win  again 4 years later in 2015

Mental health services in the UK are very much still OPEN and are URGING people to use them now more than ever. Even if you don't have a mental illness, there's no grievance too small - please, please do not suffer in silence. If you're struggling and suspect it's part of a wider problem, it's INTEGRAL that you -

Go to your GP first and say you want to get in touch with a mental health team - this is the quickest way to get support

Please speak out to someone you trust or at least look for support online. There are plenty of resources:

Samaritans (call especially in crisis):


YoungMinds (for younger kids and teens):

MindOut (for LGBTQ+ support):

Bitesize mental health support:

How to have a conversation with your kids as a parent (questions to ask in lockdown):

Betterhelp (tailored counseling service if you can afford some quick support. Do not go to if you're in crisis.):


photo credit - Geoff Pegler

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Jess Leanne Norris - Miss Pole Dance UK Ambassador 2020

Jess Leanne Norris - June 2020 Miss Pole Dance UK Ambassador 💜 RIP 💜
A National UK Pole Treasure, Passionate, Dedicated, Determined. An Exceptional Young And Talented Lady
A Smiley Soul Who Was Committed To Pole From The Early Age Of 14
An Entrepreneur, A Friend To So Many. 
A Double Miss Pole Dance UK Female Champion Who Made No Secret About How This Championship Helped Her To Keep Focused

Today & Onwards I Want  The Pole Dance Community Across The World To Remember Her as She Would Have Wished 
A Strong, Dedicated, Committed & Powerful Lady Who Flew Without Wings,
Who Spun With Courage,
Who Climbed With Dedication,
Who Empowered Others Without Question 

🇬🇧 MPDUK 🇬🇧 Champion 
For many of us we have used pole to help us escape our troubles within a community of friendly and supportive individuals, making collectively a community like no other. 
💜 Jess Leanne Norris 💜 Thank you for your contribution and as a true ambassador for the aerial arts, touching so many lives, hearts and souls, lifting many of us with your entertaining, unforgettable and mesmerising routines.
Thank you for your unquestionable dedication and sharing your talent through many classes, masterclasses, camps, events & competitions 
You shone like a beacon of hope on so many stages and your legacy will live on forever in the History of pole 
and personally as my pole daughter, who constantly showed your gratitude over the years and during your reign as 
MPDUK Double Females single Champion 
2011 & 2015 

We Love You Jess & our hearts and thoughts go out to your family and friends during this extremely difficult & sad time  

💕 Never Forgotten 💕

Kay Penney 
Miss Pole Dance UK 🇬🇧 Founder

Tuesday, 9 June 2020

Infection Risk Management for Pole & Aerial Instructors during Covid-19

Pole Passion established in 2003, the leading trainer provider for the aerial arts, pole & hoop, is proud to create the most comprehensive online risk management and safety course advice on the market, providing information on how to stay safe, keep your students safe, set up your classes safely once we are ready to do so which includes templates for your adaptation and use.

This must have course, is now available online, culminating in a 10 short question test, with a downloadable certificate for your insurance credibility

Who is this course for ?

Miss Pole Dance UK Amateur, children and semi pro championships for men women and children

Kay Penney seen here with Mimi James age 14, Ambassador for Pole Passion's Children's pole fitness

Thursday, 20 February 2020

New Aerial Hoop Instructor Training NOW available for on line learning

Pole Passion is proud to welcome you to the Aerial Hoop Instructor Training Beginner and Intermediate Level course.

Pole Passion was founded by Kay Penney in 2001 and has grown to be a global company with extensive connections and collective experience.  We have been mentoring and supporting students and instructors since 2001 and are one of the largest pole and aerial schools and training provider in the world.
We have dedicated thousands of hours to training and supporting students and instructors over 30 countries worldwide.
We are proud to have established links worldwide, enabling us to offer the first ever international masterclasses and training opportunities in the pole dance and fitness genre.

Pole Passion were the first school to own and operate national and international pole dance championships (Miss Pole Dance UK,  Mr Pole Fitness UK and World Pole Sport & Fitness, established in 2005.

We have developed, promoted, supported and mentored some of the most influential pole dance and pole fitness instructors and performers or our time, since 'pole fitness', was created in 2006.

Since practicing the discipline of aerial hoops and Lyra since 2014 and beginning developing our comprehensive course and syllabus since 2017, as an accredited and regulated training provider, we are now able to offer our very own Aerial Hoop Instructor Training Course.  This course has been developed through consultation with our trainers all over the world and draws on our extensive knowledge and experience of all aspects of aerial fitness and aerial performance.

Thank you !

This course has been written with help and support from a number of people.
We would like to extend our thanks in particular to :
Amy White, Jess Smith,  Emily Luck,  & Arion Gadd from Pole Passion Bognor, who also helped with the photo images within this course
Holly Gibbons and the Pole Performance Studio for allowing us to use their beautiful studio for filming of the included videos.
and to Kay Penney, Angela Walker, Steve Penney & Sue Thompson for supporting and believing in the development of Pole Passion Bognor

Visit the website for booking lessons in our Pole Passion Bognor classes and for more Aerial Hoops instructor training information

Miss Pole Dance UK Amateur, children's, Semi Pro championships 2020 Tickets now on sale

Miss Pole Dance UK Amateur & Semi Pro championships
Tickets available from the website
Sponsorships available for exposure

You must be aged 16 years old on or before the competition date
Poling for under one year and no inverts are allowed on the pole (upside down moves)

This category has NO pre selection video round - Applicants are awarded a place in the final on a first come first served basis

You must be 16 or over on the competition date 
Poling for any length of time
You have never taught in a paid capacity
You have never completed a pole instructor training course OR certified as an instructor through recognised training
You have NOT previously entered a Miss Pole Dance UK professional competition in a SINGLES category
This category has a pre selection video round ONLY successful applicants will be invited to compete in the finals

You must be aged 16 or over on the competition date 
You have been poling for any length of time
You have previously taught or currently teach pole in a paid capacity or You have completed a pole instructor training course/certified as a pole instructor
You may or may not be currently teaching pole
You have NOT previously entered a Miss Pole Dance UK professional competition in a SINGLES category
This category has a pre selection video round ONLY successful applicants will be invited to compete in the finals

You must be 16 or over on the competition date 
Poling for any length of time
You have NOT previously entered a Miss Pole Dance UK professional competition in a SINGLES category
This category has NO pre selection video round - Applicants are awarded a place in the final on a first come first served basis
DOUBLES CATEGORY Amateur / Semi pro
You must BOTH be aged 16 or over on the competition date 
You may be an amateur and/or a semi pro -
have NOT previously entered a Miss Pole Dance UK professional competition in the DOUBLES category
Males and females may enter this category
You must be 18 or over on the competition date 
You may have been poling for any length of time
You may be a student or instructor
You can apply at any level although the standard expected is high 
This category has a pre selection video round ONLY successful applicants will be invited to compete in the finals

Once you have entered the Miss Pole Dance UK Professional  category you may not go back to semi-professional category unless you have not entered ANY pole competitions for a period of 5 YEARS
Please do not hesitate to email if you have further questions 

Miss Pole Dance UK is owned and operated by Pole Passion and complies with Code of practice and safeguarding regulations and abides by the World Pole Federation Guidelines since 2005