Cary Going Head Over Heels for Pole Dance Fitness

Top Quote The quaint town of Cary, North Carolina is letting its hair down as they gear up to host their first pole dance fitness competition on January 6 2013. End Quote
  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) December 14, 2012 - Aradia Fitness Pole Dance Studios NC, X-Pole USA and the Cary Arts Center are proud to present the Head Over Heels 2012 Grand Finale (HOH) on the evening of Sunday, January 6th 2013. Doors open at 5:30pm and the Pole Dance Fitness Competition begins at 6:00pm. This will be Cary's first ever pole fitness championship, featuring qualifying competitors from across North Carolina and as far away as Tennessee and New York. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased through the Cary Arts Center box office online or in person.

    The mission of Head Over Heels is simple: to entertain, inspire and empower women with pole dance fitness. The January 6th event will serve as the culmination 2012 Head Over Heels competition series, a six-month event featuring an amateur pole dance fitness competition designed for the every-day woman. Nearly 40 competitors took the stage last fall between Prelim Round 1 (Aug 2012) and Prelim Round 2 (Oct 2012) for their chance to win a spot in the Grand Finale event. Only 16 have made it through to the finals, with competitors separated into two distinct-skill level categories, ready to go pole-to-pole to take home the title of MS HEAD OVER HEELS 2012!

    The concept of using pole dancing for fitness is becoming more and more recognized, as seen by numerous features on mainstream media in recent years. 2011 US Pole Dance Federation Champion Natasha Wang wowed the nation with her spotlight on The View last spring following her title win. And it is hard to forget "pole-fessional" Steven Retchless, who had people dialing in to keep him alive on the popular television show America's Got Talent in 2011.

    "Our goal is to break the stigma associated with Pole Dance Fitness and get people on-board with an energizing & fun way to workout," says HOH founder and pole fitness instructor Dakota Fox of Aradia Fitness NC. "We wanted a way to get everyday women on the pole to start reaping the benefits of this muscle-carving and endorphin producing fitness practice."

    Head Over Heels events have created an east coast craze for students mesmerized with the sport and eager to show off the strength, elegance and fun they have been learning in class. As Head Over Heels prepares to wrap up its second competition year, they have been proud to host women from all walks of live… from students in molecular science to firefighers…. From stay-at-home moms to military women… all eager to brave the spotlight and strut their newfound sense of confidence for their friends and instructors.

    Curious to see what pole dance fitness is all about? Come join us at the final Head Over Heels event as we celebrate what it is to be a woman - beautiful, confident and empowered!

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