I have a VIDEO for you on how to choreograph a pole routine. ↓
But first a quick story.
I’m sitting at my desk – working and listening to music. 🎵
It’s that song again. The one that makes me want to get up and dance.
I start „seeing“ this beautiful dance in my mind…
Flying in the air, spinning around, dancing on the floor.
Moving with power, fluidity and grace.
It’s a masterpiece! 💡✨
„I have to do this. I have to create a choreo to this song.“
And… suddenly I’m out of ideas on how to approach this.
How do I start?
How do I choose the moves?
How do I come up with cool transitions?
How do I match the music?
My dream seems less and less realistic.
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This is a real story from a student (and a friend) of mine from a while ago.
I was nodding all the time while listening because I was experiencing exactly the same.
Even today, I still drift into unrealistic dreams about how I’ll create the MOST AWESOME choreo in the world. Haha
Then I put aside the high stakes and remind myself that…
- Every choreo is different.
- Every choreo is a valuable experience.
- The best choreo is ahead of me.
Choreographing has been on my list of topics to cover and talk about since I created The Pole Dancer.
But I’ve been hesitant to dive deep into teaching others how to choreograph, because I didn’t feel ready.
Isn’t it too individual?
Would it work for everyone? …
Well, I’ve been choreographing EVERY WEEK for the last 7 years. I can’t count how many choreos I’ve created so far.
And even though each one of them is different and part of the process may be individual, there are common best-practices that make approaching it easier.
In this video, I give advice on overcoming the top 3 challenges when choreographing a pole routine:
02:03 How do I start?
05:18 How do I choose moves and transitions?
10:40 How do I make it flow and match the music?
Have you choreographed before?
What was the most difficult part?
Let me know about your experience in the comments below!