There’s many reasons that women start Pole Dancing – some do it for fitness, others do it for confidence or creative expression; but no matter what piqued their interest in the beginning, most women can’t help but become hooked after the first lesson! Pole Dancing made its debut into modern fitness culture over the last ten years, and it’s safe to say it’s not going anywhere any time soon. No longer reserved for the gentlemen’s clubs, Pole Dancing is finally being embraced for the amazing full body workout that it is. It’s helped countless women find and embrace their strength, beauty and sex appeal – so let Aaron Wilson Photography help you capture all of that emotion and hard work in a photo shoot at your next Pole Dancing practice or competition!
Yes! It’s true, there are multiple organizations that hold yearly Pole Dancing competitions all over the globe. From Russia to Reno and San Francisco to Thailand, the world can’t stop raving about the benefits of this intense and empowering workout. Studios are popping up every day that focus on all levels of Pole Dancing as well as other amazing areas of aerial fitness such as Lyra, Silks, and Fly Gym. Each of them having their own niche in fitness culture, yet the pole seems to be the favorite and most recognized among women of all ages and fitness levels.
The benefits of Pole Dancing are never ending! With just using the pole itself, you’re challenged to make use of vertical space as opposed to just horizontal (like most forms of exercise). This seemingly simple switch is anything but! Even those that are regular fitness fanatics are surprised at how intense – yet fun – that first class can be. Forcing you to use muscles you wouldn’t normally use, Pole Dancing is an aerobic workout and complete strength training session rolled into one; not to mention a provocative artistic expression through dance! You’ll notice as your training continues that every muscle in your body, from head to toe will get stronger, leaner and more flexible. Your balance and posture will improve dramatically as will your grace and stability. Pole Dancing has always been an overt positive expression of femininity and the innate sexiness and seductive nature that all women possess. Many women can’t help showing off the incredible boost in overall self-confidence that starts during their performance and carries over into everyday life. Pole Dancing has been credited with being the key to helping many women unlock their creativity, sexuality, and inner strength. It really is a workout for the body and soul!
With its ever increasing popularity and growing fan base, Pole Dancing has become a respected part of the fitness world and a must for every fitness models portfolio! With numerous studios in the San Francisco, CA and Reno, NV areas, I’d love to help create the perfect Pole Dancing Fitness photoshoot with you! Fitness photography is an intense passion at Aaron Wilson Photography, helping both the professional and novice alike grow their modeling and business portfolios. Looking to focus more on the erotic side of Pole Dancing? Or to create your own boudoir photoshoot? No problem! I take the time to work with you to create the right attitude and atmosphere so you always get exactly what you’re looking for. There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to your photoshoot, it can be whatever you’d like it to be! Let Aaron Wilson Photography be part of all your special days and events! Please feel free to contact me directly or by simply using the contact form here on the site with any questions, concerns or requests you may have. I’m always looking forward to hearing from you and am excited to be working with you!
My experience with Aaron was a fantastic one. He made me feel so comfortable and safe. It was very easy to be myself in front of the camera. His process from booking to final images is very smooth. I received my proofs right away which as a model you are eager to see and review. I recommend anyone from fitness to family photos to book with Aaron. I’m looking forward to modeling for him again. ~ Sarah Malone