Meet Our Instructors
Pole, Lyra, and Burlesque Instructor
Karrie first started her pole journey many years ago as a way to reconnect with herself after a bad break up and do something that she always wanted to do but was too scared to try. She attended her first class and instantly fell in love. Shortly after she started to add aerial into her already established love for pole and found even more to love with lyra. Soon after, she decided that she wanted to spread her love for this amazing world and attended SLCC where she received an associates degree in personal training and became an aerial instructor. Outside of teaching, she also regularly performs at various venues in and around Salt Lake. She also enjoys crafting and spending quality time with her family, friends and two fur babies. She love sharing her passion with her students and hopes that this world can bring as much joy to your life as it has to hers.
April's introduction to pole came when she decided that she was not enjoying her day to day workouts anymore. On the hunt for something new and exciting, she quickly found her love for pole. While she dabbles in much of the aparti that the aerial arts has, nothing has given her the confidence nor the fun workout and strength that pole has. Teaching is also one of her passions as she loves to watch the growth of each person's journey. She sees the same capacity and more in each of her students. It is not just a workout for her...It is a way for emotional healing in so many areas and she is more than grateful to share that with anyone she can.
Billie Jean Wheelock
Movement has always been part of Billie Jean's life. She participated in dance and gymnastics at a young age. She was on cheer team in high school where they took 1st in Nationals her senior year. She has always continued dancing for it's her way of self-expression. Now as a massage therapist, her love of movement and the body has grown even more. Finding pole dancing changed everything and brought a newfound sensuality to her life. Through this movement she's been able to fall deeper in love with her body and her own self, now she wants only to share what she's learned with everyone and that is to know how to tune into their own best self and fall in love with movement.
Julia began training in ballet, contemporary and hip hop at the age of 13. She was on her high school dance team and danced competitively with a studio for 2-3 years. Dancing has always been a form of therapeutic movement and expression for her. It has helped her through some extremely difficult points in her life and she encourages everyone to put a little motion into their day-to-day lives. She is working towards her dream of becoming a professional choreographer and would love to take pole dancing to a competitive or professional level. Julia has always enjoyed teaching and watching those around her grow and progress. She is all about positivity and emotional release through movement. She is very excited to share the love of dance and hopes that you can utilize the skill in your daily life.