Sometimes I prefer to have a book or an article to learn from rather than a video – that way I can move through everything at my own pace and don’t need to keep re-watching the same thing over and over again. If you’re like me then perhaps a Pole Dance Book might be for you. They are also great for Instructors to guide them on what they should be teaching in their classes. Please see my review of some of the best rated Pole Dancing Books and eBooks out there…
Pole Essentials is a book created by Star Monroe, an advocate for women feeling confident in their own bodies. It teaches step by step instructions for over 70 different moves as well as tips, tricks and body principles and it’s suitable for beginners through to advanced learners. Reviewers describe it as easy to understand and say it has great pictures and descriptions as well as space on each page to make notes.
Pros: Great reviews. Is a hard copy unlike a lot of the others which are eBooks.
Cons: A little bit out of date now.
Pole Tricks Handbook (eBook)
The Pole Tricks Handbook is a fully illustrated step-by-step guide written by Natasha Williams, a Master Pole Dance Instructor, and includes over 100 unique moves for intermediate/advanced Pole dancers.
Pros: Recieve a free copy of A-Z guide of pole dancing moves. Refund within 8 weeks if you’re not happy.
Cons: It is an eBook so only suitable if you have a device you can read it off. Only for intermediate/advanced learners.
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The Pole 101 Handy Ebook is a catalogue of moves and includes 3 handbooks in one for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners They also have two further versions for expert and extreme moves too. It includes photo illustrations and step by step instructions of lots of different moves.
Pros: Teaches 3 different skill levels. Illustrated so you know what the moves should look like. Well priced.
Cons: Apparently quite basic instructions so possibly not the best choice for complete beginners. Only available as an eBook.
Let me know if you have any favourite books that you can recommend?