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BRASS VIXENS FAQ2018-05-22T03:30:19+00:00

Vixens FAQ

Our intro classes are designed for all fitness levels. All of out staff are trained on how to do modifications to make sure everyone is getting a great workout. In each class we combine mat which includes working on building your upper body strength, your core, flexibility and work on the pole. We want to make sure you have a great work out and an amazing time, our job is to help!

For pole dancing first timers, regular work out clothes are perfect, and you’ll be in bare feet. We suggest you don’t wear anything too low cut (to prevent wardrobe malfunctions) and high back shirts (so you don’t get stuck to the pole). Yoga pants or capris are fine. As you get into higher levels you’ll need some bare skin on the pole, but no shorts are needed for first timers. Heels are optional in some classes. For aerial classes, long pants, shirts with sleeves and socks are MANDATORY. See class descriptions for more details, some classes suggest indoor runners and sports bras!

Our staff ranges in age from 28 to 50 something. Our clients range in age from 20 to 65. We will modify anything that you are not comfortable doing, safety is our number one priority! We welcome women of all sizes and age ranges. Everyone deserves to feel confident and sexy, we do not discriminate!

We most certainly do! We are proud to be the first pole dancing studio in Canada that offered regular scheduled classes for men. Co-ed classes are clearly marked on our schedule. If being at a studio with men offends you, then we are more than likely not the right studio for you!

Our Queen West and Yonge Street studios both have change rooms and 2 washrooms but no showers. We’re a studio not a full service gym, I can’t imagine 18 girls trying to get into 1 or 2 showers, can you?

You will not be allowed to enter a class if you are more than five minutes late. We require you to arrive at least 10 minutes before class time so you can get checked in and settled. Entering class late is disruptive and means you are missing a vital part of the class, the warm up. Please ensure you check out our Studio Policies page or speak to the front desk if you have questions about this. 416-901-2848.

For groups that are looking for a party experience, please contact us and we can arrange something for your group. We try to deter groups of more than 3 from entering a regular scheduled class as groups looking for a party atmosphere won’t get that from a class. We can set you up with something private and affordable for all size groups!

No, as we only run one class at a time we suggest you take your belongings into the studio with you, not leave them in the wait room. This way you can ensure they are safe.

We sure do! Click here for info on how to become a pole dancing instructor at both our studios.

We rebranded our company in October 2011, but we have been around since 2005 in downtown Toronto. We were actually Toronto’s first pole dancing studio!

Please contact us and we can book you in for a 30-minute assessment with an instructor who can then recommend what level of pole dancing you can register in.

Please visit this page for instructions on how to redeem your class vouchers.