I have been thinking about pole fitness for more than 10 years and i did one intro and it changed my life. Class was fun and my instructor was super kinda and encouraging. all they ladies in the class were super welcoming it just felt like i have been going to studio for year or I grew up with them or something like that. Shayvard took the time to learn my name and become my cheerleader in class. now i am home obsessed with poles lol. I I literally cant think about anything else i just wanna go back to class and be in that moment and i so excited for this journey .
I have 3 years experience in pole and aerial hoop, in addition to 7 years teaching experience as a personal trainer and Middle Eastern & Bollywood dance instructor. I look forward to sharing my passion with all students, exploring movement and expression through dance. My training and background instilled a dedication to creating a psychologically and physically safe and inclusive space for all the learners of diverse background that I work with, including Indigenous, First Generation, visible minorities, learners with disabilities, as well as other marginalized group of learners and vulnerable population.
I have always been fascinated by movement and body expression, and in particular body expression through dance, and just how many different ways and styles exist to tell a story. This drew me to learn Middle Eastern and South Asian dances such as dancing with veil, belly dancing, Garba, and Kathak. It's why I dedicated years studying strength training, adaptive body works, and internal and external loading on the body, and worked as a personal trainer to help people in correcting, strengthening, and improving the way they move.
Pole is a different form of movement, where it requires
strength, flexibility, and it allows for self expression through
many different ways and styles of dance. The best part? The
possibilities are endless! You would be surprised just how much
stronger you are than you think, and I look forward to being a part
of discovering that with you! Welcome to 3Sixty!
P.S. I also speak French and Farsi!