The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other. Please join us December 13th for a Fun Christmas showcase @ VogueFit Doors Open @ 6:30pm Show @ 7:00pm (sharp) Location: VogueFit (702 Scotland Ave)
Kimberly Craig is VogueFit's silk instructor and a multidisciplinary circus artist specializing in Aerial Arts and hand to hand acrobatics. Born near Chicago, IL she was a competitive figure skater and dancer for 12 years. After ending her competitive career, she trained extensively in the circus arts (Chicago, Vermont and Montreal), turning skill into artistry on the Aerial Hoop and Silks and exploring the fun side of Hula Hoops. She now tours worldwide performing in professional ice, circus and theater shows.
VogueFit's Neo-Burlesque students have put together a group routine for everyone to enjoy and see what Neo-Burlesque all is all about. Those who might otherwise never consider taking this class as an exercise class are going to be pleasantly surprised to discover just how enjoyable dancing can be.
Kathryn started pole over a year ago and has enjoyed every second of it. It has been a wonderful learning experience and she has met so many new and fantastic people. This July she travelled to Ontario to compete in the Vertical Love Competition and placed first in the level two championship category. She is recently represented Manitoba in the amateur division at this year's Canadian Nationals.
Alex decided to enter the world of dance at the tender age of . . . 23! Although she does not have any prior dance or fitness experience, she has dedicated her free time to developing her pole fitness skills. Alex's training paid off when she was accepted to represent Manitoba in the Canadian Pole Fitness Championships in the amateur division.
Dani started pole 2 years ago as a way to stay in shape during the ringette off season. Turns out she loved every minute of it and just had to keep going. She has never done any sort of dance before so it was out of her comfort zone but she is always up for a challenge and loves to see what her body is capable of. Dani hopes to keep training and compete at next year's nationals.
TJ picked up pole fitness 1.5 years ago, he fell in love with it very quickly and enjoys the challenge of the ever evolving sport. He recently competed at the Canadian National Pole Fitness Championships (Men's division) where he was awarded 3rd place.