The Pole Dancer’s Guide to Washington DC

I thought it would have been a while before I got back to the States after my 2014 solo Couchsurfing trip. Little did I know that good old academia would take me back to my second stop in my 2014 wild tour, Washington DC, the cradle of American power (even if the Orange twat is … More The Pole Dancer’s Guide to Washington DC

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Top sexy fitness classes in London

Since I’ve become a pole dancer, people keep asking me: “How do you get the moves?” Let’s be real: I don’t have the moves. Never had them. I learnt the moves. Here’s how you can learn the moves, in some of London’s sexiest dance classes. So get ready for sexy fitness classes – the Blogger On Pole edition. … More Top sexy fitness classes in London

The anxious chick’s guide to performing

Will the pizza man think I’m dumb if I ask for parmigiana pizza? Can I be a pole dancer and a lecturer? Is butter a carb? These are all perfectly unreasonable questions you lose sleep over if you have anxiety. So why not add: “How do I perform at a competition when I’m already drowning … More The anxious chick’s guide to performing

London Events for March 2018 – The Blogger On Pole Edition

Here’s the Blogger On Pole™ round-up of London events you can’t miss out on this March. Just to give you that extra FOMO. Fitness Events Women Empowerment Day at London Dance Academy My second home, the London Dance Academy, is celebrating International Women’s Day (8 March 2018) through a series of events for the LDA … More London Events for March 2018 – The Blogger On Pole Edition

Twerkology Nation: empowering women through twerk

For today’s post I decided to interview Chanelle Hall, founder of Twerkology Nation, a London-based twerk class that empowers women through dance.  Twerk is one of those things people have an opinion on. In my case, I never thought I could do it, or that it would me my ‘thing’ as a white metalhead who … More Twerkology Nation: empowering women through twerk

Why dancing is great for you: interview with dancer and dance therapist Elisa Pittella

You all know I’ve been banging on about the physical and mental benefits of dancing, but I’ve been talking about my own experience – and that could just be me being crazy. So I spoke to Elisa Pittella, dancer, instructor and dance movement therapy facilitator (and also a documentary style family photographer) to give you a … More Why dancing is great for you: interview with dancer and dance therapist Elisa Pittella

Pole Dance: Your Questions Answered

Since I’ve begun to pole dance, I’ve received a LOT of questions – some legit, some concerned, some a bit bonkers. I’ve decided to answer those questions to enlighten y’all about the magic world of pole dancers. The Fitnessy Questions How do you go upside down on the pole? It’s all due to arms, shoulders and … More Pole Dance: Your Questions Answered

A year in Australia: Expectations vs. Reality

So here I am, back home in Sardinia for the summer before heading to London for a PhD in Criminology. My year in Australia has been wonderful, unexpected, challenging. Still, I went there with a bunch of expectations that… well… were not very realistic. Because I want to prepare you, here’s my expectation vs. reality … More A year in Australia: Expectations vs. Reality

My 2016 was all over the place

In Italian we have a saying stating that whatever you do for New Year’s, you’re going to do it for the entire year. Call it superstition, but for me it has really been true. Here’s a balance of my 2016 in travel and (if you care) in life. I caught the travel bug at birth, … More My 2016 was all over the place