This class is taught by:

Lady Kori

Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Kori received a multidisciplinary education in the arts including formal training in theatre, Classical and Jazz Ballet, West African, Modern and Contemporary dance.
Seeking a new mentally and physically inspiring challenge, Kori became a student at Brass Vixens and immediately fell in love with pole dancing!  Wanting to share that love and encourage others to discover the joys of the pole, she joined the Brass Vixens family as an administrator and instructor and is now manager of the Yonge Street studio.
Kori believes her years of training and professional performance experience in theatre and dance can inspire students to connect with their inner vixens and give expression to an authentic sensuality in a playful, inclusive and celebratory environment.
Kori is a certified instructor with Brass Vixens and has completed both Pole Fitness Level 1 & 2 certifications from ElevatED training in New York City.

Sharon B

Sharon started taking dance lessons at the age of 6, studied at The Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and The Banff School Of Fine Arts among others as a teen, and was then accepted into the scholarship program at Les Ballets Jazz De Montreal. After moving back to Toronto to pursue other interests, Sharon fell in love with the Pilates method and has taught pilates for over 10 years. Always looking to challenge herself and expand her fitness knowledge, she started learning pole dancing in 2007. She has now added Barre work to her teaching curriculum; a perfect blend of ballet and pilates influenced training styles.

Pastel Supernova

Pastel is an uninhibited artist who uses her femininity as the prime stimulus for everything she creates. Professionally trained in classical dance Pastel choreographed and performed for contemporary dance companies before touring as an international dancer for some of the world's top pop artists. Supernova is a published model, film and television actor and teaches several classes based on developing women's confidence and grace. Her choreographic style is a mix of Graham technique, Latin dances and her own inimitable flavour. In 2012 she founded Love Letters Cabaret, an ensemble of Canada's top dancers and singers quoted to be "Toronto's most exciting, edgy and sexually charged dance theatre company." Pastel has performed at the Burlesque Hall of Fame, Flare Magazine dubbed her one of Canada's most influential women, she was titled "Best Stage Presence" at Italy's Como Burlesque Festival and is 2015's Alternative People's Choice Awards' Top Burlesque Performer. Watch out for her in Becoming Burlesque the new feature film about a girl whose life is changed by a Toronto burlesque company where she plays the leader & choreographer, both on and off camera.

Naz A

One fine cold winter morning while walking down Yonge Street I stepped into an alternative universe. In this universe sun was shining and working out was fun! “Gym” was not a smelly, tedious and often intimidating place; people of this world were happy, friendly, encouraging, non-judgmental and they came in all shapes and sizes. Sounds like an alternate universe isn’t it? Well it wasn’t, it was just my intro to Aerial Yoga among many other things, including lyra, silks, yin yoga, Pilates and pole fitness. I dove into the aerial arts like fish to water and have never surfaced since.
In other words, I started Aerial yoga 3 years ago at Brass Vixens, felt I found my calling, became certified instructor and started teaching aerial yoga and flexibility. Come join me won't you?

Di Ana

Diana’s love for pole began several years ago, after she tried her first pole teaser class. Since then, pole dancing has become one of her passions and it has been impossible for her to stay off the poles! Pole fitness has also inspired her to take workshops from pole stars and to continue to expand her aerial skills in new apparatus, such as silks.
Through pole dancing, Diana has gained tremendous strength, flexibility, confidence and an extremely supportive pole family.
In addition to pole, Diana also enjoys hot yoga and swimming.
Diana has been a pole instructor for over 3 years. She loves supporting and encouraging students to develop strength, confidence and beauty in reaching their fitness goals and dreams.

Rosie Mae

Rosie is a professionally trained dancer and has completed the Commercial Dance Program at George Brown College. She is a member of Love Letters Cabaret and produces her own comedy burlesque show called Trash Bash. Rosie performs frequently in Toronto at various clubs and special events. Credits include both Toronto and Ottawa burlesque festival and Murdoch Mysteries.
A traditional dancer's stretch and flexibility class aimed at increased full body flexibility. This class is interactive so bring your stretch requests! ... and water bottle!

Upcoming classes:

  • Thu May 25 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm with Lady Kori
    at Yonge Street
  • Thu May 25 7:30 pm - 8:25 pm with Sharon B
    at Yonge Street
  • Fri May 26 2:00 pm - 2:55 pm with Connor P
    at Yonge Street
  • Fri May 26 8:00 pm - 8:55 pm with Lady Irishka
    at Yonge Street
  • Sat May 27 11:30 am - 12:30 pm with Sharon B
    at Yonge Street
  • Sat May 27 12:00 pm - 12:55 pm with Pastel Supernova
    at Queen Street West
  • Sun May 28 5:30 pm - 6:25 pm with Lady Irishka
    at Yonge Street
  • Mon May 29 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Sharon B
    at Yonge Street
  • Tue May 30 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm with Tia Jax
    at Queen Street West
  • Tue May 30 6:30 pm - 7:25 pm with Naz A
    at Yonge Street
  • Tue May 30 8:00 pm - 8:55 pm with Di Ana
    at Vaughan
  • Wed May 31 1:00 pm - 1:55 pm with Rosie Mae
    at Bloor Street West
  • Wed May 31 4:00 pm - 4:55 pm with Pastel Supernova
    at Queen Street West
  • Wed May 31 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Sharon B
    at Bloor Street West
  • Thu Jun 01 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm with Lady Kori
    at Yonge Street
  • Thu Jun 01 7:30 pm - 8:25 pm with Sharon B
    at Yonge Street
  • Fri Jun 02 2:00 pm - 2:55 pm with Connor P
    at Yonge Street
  • Fri Jun 02 8:00 pm - 8:55 pm with Lady Irishka
    at Yonge Street