Yes, we are BACK!
Our pole courses take place in the studio, with limited participants and only one person per pole. At the same time, we offer the courses online - if you have a pole at home or the class is not on the pole - you are welcome to take part from the comfort of your home! Click here to book.
We take high security measurements to maintain the health of our students and our team. All poles are at least 2 m apart and are disinfected after each class. We also ask all of our visitors to read our hygiene rules carefully before visiting the studio. Don't forget to bring your own personal towel!
We recommend booking spots for high-demand classes (particular evening classes), up to 3 weeks in advance. Too soon? Don't worry! You can always cancel your booking online as long as it's 24 hours before the class. By booking early you have your spot reserved + have the flexible option to cancel your booking in case of change of plans. Otherwise, you can always try to book later or reserve a spot for the waiting list.
If you book a spot in the waiting list, you will get notified once someone canceled their spot and you the spot will be reserved for you automatically. If you get a spot in the class you will be notified per email with a title 'You have been moved up from the waiting list <class details>'. That means there is now a spot reserved for you in the class. Make sure to allow email notifications from us so you don't miss the update! If you don't get the spot in the class the purchased credit of course will still be kept on your profile and you may use it to book another class.
Our classes take place primarily in English, however if all members in the class speak/ understand German it may take place in German. In any case our team is happy to translate any instructions when requested to.
Everyone! If you are (covid-free) human you are welcome to join our courses. Black or white, purple or green, big or small, young or old, weird or weirder - YOU are ALL welcome.
Pole Flow Berlin is open to people of all skin colors, religions, ethnic groups, genders, sexual orientations, age groups, etc.
Our main goal as a Pole Dance Studio is to share this beautiful art form with as many humans as possible and form a loving and supportive Pole community.
Still not sure? Ask us. We are happy to help and support you with the beginning of your pole journey 🙂
Absolutely! For your first Pole class(es) we recommend joining our Pole Beginners/Newcomers (level 0-1) classes, which take place every Monday-Saturday
In these classes we will teach you the basics of Pole Dance - starting from pole walks, transitions, turns and spins. You will build up muscle memory, strength and stamina which will allow you to later on progress to higher level of Pole classes. To book your first class go to our online booking system, choose one of our Beginners/Newcomers classes and complete your booking. If it's your first visit to Pole Flow you may check out using a single trial credit (13€/11€), or a trial package (4 classes in 4 weeks; 49€).
Our studio is located in Ziegrastr. 11, 12057 Berlin. If you come by S-Bahn, take the exit towards Sun Bridge, go over the bridge and then turn left into Ziegrastraße. You walk straight on to Ziegrastraße 11 (NOT 13!). There you should see a small sign on the wall that says "Pole Flow Berlin". Turn right and keep walking until you reach our building after about 150m on the left side (there is also a sign on the front door). Our studio is on the first floor on the left.
Comfortable sports pants to warm up, shorts to practice on the pole, a small towel and water. Avoid using body lotions, oils, or hand creams on the day you do pole dance. Pole dance high heels are recommended for Sensual pole courses (ask us where you can get professional heels!). If you don't have shoes, you can still join all of our classes. For every pole flow course we recommend long pants, socks and knee pads.
We recommend a combination of pole, strength and flexibility training at least 2-3 times a week at the beginning. Later on if you have the time and capacity you can increase the frequency of your visits, but always make sure to get enough rest in between 🙂
Good grip on the pole requires both strength and technique. The more you come to classes and train, the more your grip strength develops and the better you can support yourself on the pole. That being said, there are different materials for the grip aid that we recommend under special conditions (sweaty palms, overly dry skin etc). You can see the full list here.
YES! only babies are born flexible;) We will build it up step by step. While bendy pole tricks look beautiful and impressive, most of them can be tried without exceptional flexibility skills. Nevertheless, we recommend taking flexibility courses to improve freedom of movement, joint health and mobility.
Of course! Strength is built up gradually. The more you practice pole the more you will find your body is getting stronger and fitter. For your first steps on the pole we focus on technique, building muscle memory and coordination. There are no strength pre-requirements, but you will notice that over time you will naturally develop more strength than you ever thought was possible!
YES! Pole dance is for ANY size and shape. Try it for yourself!
YES! Pole dance is for ANY size and shape. Try it for yourself!
Of course! We are very happy to see men (and any gender what-so-ever) in our classes. You could concentrate more on acrobatic moves or find your inner goddess in our sensual dance classes. Same goes for humans of all genders 🙂
Not a single doubt! Pole Flow is a home for humans of ALL genders. We can't meet you and discover your unique personality and queerness.
Your satisfaction and well-being is at our highest priority, and we are always open to receive feedback and special requests from you.
In the past years, she has been teaching in various studios around Greece.
At the same time, Christina has been studying Modern dance Education at the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (I.S.T.D.), while attending the contemporary & ballet advanced program at the ‘Pas Par Tu dance center’.
In her classes expect to see a lot of dance technique mixed with pole skills, various learning methods, loudness and enthusiasm!
At the age of 8 she joined a Vietnamese dance group based in Berlin and performed at various events (e.g. Karneval der Kulturen). She then moved on to dance Hip Hop for a year and paused to focus on school and college after. During her studies in 2015 she randomly stumbled upon a pole dancing video and immediately looked up pole classes not knowing how much this step will change her life. From then on she fell in love and took all the pole classes she could afford in Berlin until she started teaching others in 2018. She now focuses more on how to improve as an instructor in order to provide a safe space for everyone who joins her classes.
– Heels flow
– Sensual flow
– Freestyle improvisation
– Spinning pole
– ElevatED Pole Level 1 Teacher Training
– Spin City Stretching & Flexibility for Pole and Aerial
‘’Dance is an expression that comes from inside. I am convinced that everyone can learn to live their feelings, explore their emotions and reach heightened states through dance. I am ready to share with you my knowledge, energy and, of course, my sensual choreography.’’
The focus of classes will be about sensual embodiment and the feeling of the dance. Valeriia will show you how to create lightness, airiness and beautiful aesthetic lines while dancing. We will focus on turning our attention inward, listen to our bodies and feel how the body wants to manifest itself through dance. It will be sensual, lyrical and feminine“.
He has been practicing Ashtanga yoga for years, working on both flexibility and acrobatic movements. Additionally he studied contortion techniques with Sofia Venanzetti as well as acrobatics in the Gymnastics school of Treviolo in Northern Italy.
Luigi discovered pole dance in 2016 and it was love at first sight. Soon after this, he became a pole instructor and, after winning multiple national and international competitions, he became one of the members of the Italian Pole Sport National team.He also mastered the flying pole (a Chinese pole suspended on the ceiling) and performed with it in the aerialist circus company “Acrovertical.”
Luigi teaches pole sport techniques, contemporary pole movements and dynamic/acrobatic transitions on the pole.
“Art is a powerful form of expression. In my life, I often couldn’t find the right words to express my deepest emotions. Pole dance gives me the freedom to really be myself, by helping me to find the strength to cope with my fears. As a teacher, I like to enable my students to overcome their limits, discover new skills and polish flowing moves, without ever forgetting that it is a way to express ourselves.”
Born in 2000, Mateva is a rising Pole Dancer and Pole Dance instructor originating from Italy/Germany. Pole Dance has become her big love since 2017 and she has been sharing her passion through teaching in Vienna, Bavaria and now finally in Berlin, where she is rocking her best pole dance life.
“Teaching gives me so much joy and inspiration. Since I started with no background in dance or sport, I know that pole dancing is for everyone and anyone. I am here to show you how much fun the learning process can be!”
Maria has recently joined the PFB team as a pole dance instructor and is happy to share her passion with her students.
“I fell in love with movement when I experienced firsthand the mental and physical benefits of working out. In 2017 my passion drove me to start a Fitness and Health Youtube channel, which allowed me to broaden my knowledge through content creation and research. Curiosity kept me learning about new forms of movement until I finally tried Pole Dance in 2018, and I was hooked immediately. Imagine coming from a very repressive, conservative, chauvinistic country and suddenly stepping into a place where nobody is shamed, where sensuality is celebrated, diversity is honored, and also… people are STRONG AF!!! I was in awe!
Since that day, pole dancing has been helping me connect with my body, reject old belief systems and reframe my own ideas of sensuality, sexuality, and freedom.
I got the opportunity to become a teacher in 2021, and I feel blessed to provide that same safe and encouraging space for others to get stronger, shine bright, and enjoy movement.”
Trisha is a professional pole dancer and teacher, originating from Bavaria and since 2022 based in Berlin.
‘’I started my dance journey as a kid taking ballet lessons. My ballet journey lasted roughly 10 years and built the base of my movement as of today. After all those years I got sick of the rigid rules of ballet and wished to explore more. After finding Daria Che on Instagram in 2018 I started taking pole lessons in Munich, where I was based. It started as a hobby but quickly with the love for pole turned into a profession.
Since then I have developed my skills in heels, spinning pole and static flow/ static rotation. I have taken classes with highly skilled trainers such as Estefania Jimenez, Marion Crampe, Lorenza Perrone and of course Daria Che as well. Now I am excited to share my knowledge with my students. I love to focus on details, instead of wild tricks and complicated shapes. I love to keep it playful yet clean and accurate, even with the most basic climbs. Let’s explore and play with the details. I can’t wait to dance with you!’’
Sabrina is a professional dancer, dance teacher and stretching and flexibility instructor. During her dance career she found a personal interest in working on flexibility and body posture. She began teaching stretching classes for dancers and non dancers in 2017 in Argentina and currently continues teaching and dancing in the city of Berlin.
‘’I believe that flexibility is something important for those who do sports, dance or for those who don’t do physical activity as well. Flexibility improves the quality of movement, prevents injuries and contractures. I believe that it is important to work on flexibility in an organic and unforced way. For pole dancers, the elasticity of the body can be a great tool to be able to perform figures and tricks in a fluid and tension-free way.’’
Rosa Lisa Groll is a dancer and circus artist from Stuttgart based in Berlin. Already at a young age she started to take dance lessons and joined a youth circus to train various disciplines.
After one year abroad in America where she worked as a circus artist on the trapeze and the handstand art she came to Berlin to make an education as a dancer. Ever since she also has been going to the circus school „International Varieté of Arts“ in Kreuzberg. Besides she has been booked and working in the circus feld as a contortionist and trapeze artist in various shows and events.
I came to poleflow a year ago and am happy to be part of the team to work on flexibility and other cool tricks with you!
Amissa is a mover, performer and monkey at heart. They lived their early human-years always dancing and playing in youth theater groups.
Amissa’s love for pole dancing started when they just arrived in Berlin. After just the first class they were immediately in love. Now, they realize it has meant a lot more than just finding an amazing hobby. It also made them find their way back to dancing, performing, creating. It opened doors to a new world, such as the world of aerial arts and circus arts in general. Amissa is very driven to live their life exploring movement in its broadest sense. They are always eager to learn more and more!
As a teacher, Amissa is passionate to pass on what has brought them so much joy. Every class, the students should feel good about themselves. Creating a safe(r) and wholesome space is much more important than pushing students to do difficult tricks!
Sarah has been teaching Pole Dance since 2014. She just recently moved from Würzburg to Berlin and is super excited to share her love for Freestyles, Sensual Flows and Trick Technique with you. She joined Pole Flow in October 2021 and loves the studios focus on the sensual, sex-positive and community-building aspect of Pole.
Sarah is fascinated by freestyles, movement research and flows. She has been teaching Pole Dance since 2014 and loves how the sensual aspect of Pole empowers the students, brings them back into their bodies and also allows them to process emotions.
“Pole Dance changed me. It helped me to feel more at home in my body and to reconnect to my femininity and sensuality, made me become more confident and connected me to a beautiful community. Seeing these changes happen to my students fills my heart with so much joy and gratitude.”