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Spin Pole


This class is taught by:

Jordan Kensley

Jordan Kensley first discovered pole dancing two years ago when she watched Jenyne Butterfly on YouTube. She decided, at that moment, that she would dedicate herself to the art of Pole. She moved to Los Angeles in October 2012 and began training immediately. Her first performance was a group routine in Pole Show LA 2013 and Jordan entered her first pole competition through Pole Sport Organization a few months later. She now trains and performs as often as she can; she is currently a cast member of "Girl Next Door", and has performed in many studio showcases. Jordan trains at BeSpun, inFit Dance, The Choreography House, The Vertitude and with Kristina Nekyia of Fit & Bendy. We are happy to have her as an instructor at inFit!

Jenny Denton

One day in 2012 Jenny met a pole and they fell in love.  Jenny was dragged to her first pole class by Amy in 2012 and has since accomplished leaps and bounds beyond just tagging along to class. She has a friendly, outgoing personality and can often be found at parties teaching pole tricks to anyone who is willing to give it a try. Her enthusiasm is great for teaching beginners and getting people who think pole may not be for them to change their minds. During the week she works in the film industry but can be found in the weekends at inFit Dance. 

Michelle Anderson

Michelle Anderson has been involved in gymnastics and dance since she was 7 years old. Her extensive background training with rhythmic gymnastics, contortion, hip-hop dance, pilates, barre method, and weight lifting has appealed to the TV/film and fitness industry across the world. In 2004 she was one of the principal dancers on Soul Train and since then has appeared in numerous music videos and national commercial spots as a dancer. Michelle has also contributed to the fitness industry as a fitness spokeswoman. She has worked for companies such as Muscle Tech, Vitamin Shoppe, and SAN, for major events such as Arnold Classic and Olympia. Michelle is also a 3-time first place winner of the national Hawaiian Tropics competition. She is currently the Pole World News Host, continuously traveling, interviewing and meeting all the new and known faces of the pole world profession. She's excited to be a part of the inFit team, bringing her passion and well-rounded knowledge of fitness and dance -- whether it's flexibility, rhythmic gymnastics, contortion, pole, or just a nice, fit beach body the clients are looking for.

Amanda Wing

Amanda has been instructing pole since 2012 and has a background in theatre, martial arts, and dance. After earning her degree in Theatre from Florida State University, Amanda moved to LA to pursue her love of the Arts. For Amanda, pole proved to be one of the most exciting (and unexpected!) creative outlets and she's eager to share the experience with her students - beginner through advanced! "Pole can be anything to anyone!" She loves how diverse pole expression can be as each dancer brings a different background and uniqueness to his or her own movement. Amanda also teaches in Santa Monica at The Pole Garage. Recently, she was honored to perform on stage for the First Annual Pole World News Awards at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in downtown LA.

Tamysen Malles

Tamysen trained 3 years in Vertical Dance and Hoop Dance and is classically-trained in ballet. Certified licensed practitioner of 'yoga for the special child' . Certified "Flirty Girl Fitness" and recently trained in Qignition's QiDance. Personal assistant to the king of the universe extraordinary cook of all things green! (Excluding frogs). Performed with Arizona's Classical Theater and the World's Best Shakespeare Company, as well as too many musical theater performances to name.

Amy Dixon

Meet the owner: 
 
Amy has been dancing all her life but discovered pole dancing a few years ago, after she took her first class and it changed her life.  
In her first class she felt like she was having fun and dancing with friends rather than working out.  She became certified to teach pole at Pole Fitness Studio in Las Vegas by Fawnia Dietrich, the world's first pole teacher and pioneer of the pole fitness industry.  
Amy's background in dance includes ballet, jazz, gymnastics, and many years of cheerleading, most recently in the LA Fearleaders (official cheerleaders for the LA DerbyDolls).
Amy loves teaching beginners and helping new students discover their own strengths.

Ching Lee

Pacific Pole Championship Masters Level 4 Gold Medal. Cast Member in Girl Next Door- a pole dance soiree

Kimberly Stebbins

Kimberly was born and raised in Las Vegas where she attended performing arts schools, did community theatre, and was an all around performance nerd. After graduating college, she made the move to L.A. to pursue a career as an actress. Show business proved to be tough, and sometimes heartbreaking, so she looked for an outlet to run to when the business was too much. On a whim she found a pole studio and was immediately hooked.
“I owe so much to pole and aerial classes. I was sad, lost and homesick. This art form saved me, and I feel privileged to share that with women.” The confidence she gained helped her book burlesque jobs and pole performance jobs around town and she is happy to help other women find that same confidence. It’s been 2 years since that day she stepped into a class for the first time and she continues to be a student as well as a teacher. So, whether she’s a student in your class or teaching it, be sure to say “Hello!”
beginner / intermediate  Spinning Pole