Flying High Aerial Arts July 18, 2016 15:59

Jenyne Butterfly may be the reason I started poling, but my instructor and good friend, Tammy Baxter, is the reason I’m still poling eight years later. That’s why I could not be more proud to announce the latest Burly Q Bags stockist, Flying High Aerial Arts Studios.

After many months of planning and hard work, Tammy has opened her own studio in Malaga, WA and the grand opening weekend was a fantastic celebration of the many hours we spent installing flooring and painting ceilings. It was so worth it!

Flying High Aerial Arts Studios beforeFlying High Aerial Arts gettting started

Flying High Aerial Arts in progress

Tammy is an instructor with a great love for what she does and a genuine desire to help every one of her clients to enjoy their pole journey. Her warmth is reflected in the atmosphere at the new studio where she has put together a team of instructors who are more like family. Clients already seem to love just hanging out here.

Flying High Aerial Arts Studios cosy lounge areaFlying High Aerial Arts fairy lights

The opening weekend featured a range of free classes where people could try their hand at everything from pole and contortion to hula hooping and cardio workouts, to reflect the studio’s regular class offerings. Everyone enjoyed the classes, many gained well-earned new bruises and I had so much fun documenting the event (and trying to learn to walk in 7-inch Pleasers), leading my first pole practice class and even performing with the Flying High instructors.

Flying High Aerial Arts Flying High Aerial Arts hula hoops class

Flying High Aerial Arts Studios

Flying High Aerial Arts Studios

Flying High Aerial Arts Studios

Flying High Aerial Arts Studios offers Pole classes to all levels and a range of pole and non-pole based group fitness classes. Visit their website to see the full timetable.

 

Oh, they also sell Burly Q Bags!