Bobbi’s Pole Studio conducts performance week on week 8 each term for students to showcase the routines they learn. In my opinion, not only can the students try their routines and flaunt what they have learnt for the past 7 weeks, but also able to train them in stage presence.
To me, week 8 each term is rest week. I was never addicted to pole till this term, and I’m proud to say Pole Grooves this term is the only class I’ve attended the full 7 lessons ever since I joined the studio! *beam with pride*
As mentioned in my previous post, this term we had a doubles routine and Penelope and I are totally in love with it. We decided to go for the rehearsal before the performance just to do the routine one last time. 😀
To my surprise, there were so many girls in the studio who actually came for the rehearsal. I heard some even come everyday to practice their favourite routine! Performance week is really an eye opener. I get to see what to expect if I were to try other levels or classes like lyrical, advanced pole grooves, slap and prep advanced. Instructors also performed one of the routines for next term, and they performed next term’s pole groove’s routine! So looking forward to it!
Nope, we did not perform in the end. We just stayed back and watched the performance and see the girls do their thang.
Today we decided to go for pole practice during lunch time. Sad to say, we didn’t do much and I lost my elbow stand. Wonder what has gone wrong with it. 😦
We have decided to request for Instructor C to teach us Inter 3 routine during our private lessons starting next week onwards! Yay!! Penelope told me she learn her pretty spins from C. Hopefully she’s able to help me with my hopeless spins. *cross fingers*
One of the things we achieved in today’s pole practice