Yes. All of our pole dames perform at no more than 150 pounds. We want the best pole dancers we can get, so these dancers are not always super heavy!
What happens if there’s a performance and someone is just too heavy to pole dance?
We love to hear you get to pole dance with us, but there is one thing you have to know before you start: we do want you to be able to stand on your poles if you can. If we don’t want you to, our staff will get your pole back.
What are some tips in setting up the pole at your school or home?
Get the pole setup to our standards first. The best way to do this is to follow the guidelines we have posted online. A couple of times a month we will hold a pole demonstration, but it is important to note that this is not your home pole. While it will look and feel perfect on a pole stand, it is something we give to you in order to make sure you have your pole setup right.
Does it hurt to get hit?
Most of the time. As far as your safety, our staff is not allowed near your pole without your permission.
If you’re ever in need of a replacement pole, you can always visit us and we’ll be here to help.
How often do I need to return an old pole?
Most often you will recieve a new pole within 2-4 weeks of its first pole time.
Can I bring my own pole?
Yes! With a little bit of research on where, where and how, you can bring your own pole anywhere in the Triangle! It all stems from the fact that our staff is all from the community and that the industry has had many good experiences with pole dancers from all backgrounds.
Can I bring a pole to a pole event with me?
Yes! For pole events we ask that you purchase your own pole so that you can get it set up and do your shows. If you don’t have the equipment (or would rather purchase a pole to borrow) we’ll also have other types of pole to rent. These range from a basic one-person pole that we can rent for only $5 to a large pole that you can own and loan!
Can I rent a pole from Pole-O-Lite?
Absolutely! Any of the pole-related companies are available 24 hours a day on poled
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