— The women who inspire us on and off the pole. Get a behind the scenes look into their lives and art.
She’s uninhibited, uncensored and the undisputed Low Flow Queen. Poletry in Motion caught up with Carmine Black over brunch in sunny Los Angeles, Calif. Much like her dance style, our conversation felt less like a scripted interview but more of a free flow. Get to know one of the pole community’s most misconceived dancers like never before.
A pole artist in her own right, Sammy Picone is strength, grace and femininity personified. In her own world, she’s created a sacred space where pole meets meditation. In this interview, we learn how Sammy has transformed her pain into purpose, her pole meditation practices and her advice on setting up your very own sacred pole space.
We’ve been shamelessly fangirling over Amber Prowl (@amberprowl) since we were baby polers and you can’t blame us. As a self-proclaimed free spirit, Amber unapologetically moves to the beat of her own drum. Amber shares with us just how much music has shaped her life and gives her advice on overcoming freestyle fright.
If you’ve ever watched Ashley Fox (@foxyashleyfox) perform, you’re surely familiar with her jaw-dropping performances. Poletry in Motion got a chance to catch up with the pole champion and studio owner. In this interview, we talk competition, life outside of training, and ditching a fear based mentality.
When Arielle Jackson (@missjacksonpole) met pole dance, her only goal was to lose weight. Little did she know, her relationship with pole would be the one that would save her life. Now a 2nd place APC exotic pole champion and pole instructor, Arielle shares her moving story of rebirth with Poletry in Motion.
In this interview, pole model Ayriel Talbert teaches us the importance of vulnerability on and off the pole, while reminding us that even “bad bitches are people too.”