Adding a touch of sexy to your wedding needn't be something to be afraid of. There's loads of ways you can add a little spice to proceedings, from the hen party, to the invites to the photos.
What with the London Marathon sprinting towards us this Saturday, and National Fitness Month creeping up in a couple of weeks’ time. It has not only got me feeling guilty every time I lollop over to the biscuit tin to furtively snatch another jammy dodger, but it also made me consider how Pole Dancing is not only one of most popular Hen Parties but also a fun and fabulous way to get fit!
Here at Polestars HQ, we’re forever squabbling about who is the trendiest character out of the lot of us. I was clearly in the lead after attending a Glow in the Dark BinGlo Night, (complete with readings from their resident clairvoyant.) Then our MD trumped us all by signing up to an Anthropomorphic Mouse Taxidermy master class.
Are you planning a hen party at home, before inevitably heading to your local watering-hole? Why not cook up a few saucy soupçons to enjoy before the big night ahead?
It's well known that pole dancing is an excellent way to keep fit as it works out all of your core muscles. It is also a lot more fun than going for a jog or trying to battle through another celebrity workout DVD!
Left it to the last minute to organise a hen or birthday party, or had another company cancel on you? Stressing over all of the choices and companies? Don't worry, we're here to help.
If you’re nervous about coming along to a Polestars Pole Dancing Class, why not take some tips from two of pole dancing teachers (and resident experts) Melissa and Sarah!
Many celebrities have been taking up pole dancing as part of their exercise regime. Here are just a few of them that have found the joys of learning.