Sponsored Athletes 2017
All of our sponsored athletes receive support working towards their personal and professional dance, fitness and performance goals. We assist with training, competition entry and performance opportunities.
The Scarlet Ladies
"What do you get when you rub two redheads together in one hoop? The Scarlet Ladies! A little bit naughty, a little bit nice and a whole lot of lady!
Ever wondered what happens when you cross Godzilla with a Mantis Shrimp, a giant with a hobbit, or a mountain with a mole hill? Wonder no longer! With Ember and Lizzie in the hoop all your questions will be answered!
The Scarlet Ladies are aerialists who specialise in Duo Hoop.
The Scarlet Ladies can be booked for events and functions."
(Excerpt from: http://what-gravity.com/the-scarlet-ladies)
The Scarlet Ladies also moonlight as our aerials instructors, Liz and Em :)
Jac came on as a sponsored athlete in 2016. We were blown away by her 10 inchers fetish (shoes...) and her splits-and-ass-tastic routine in Sexy's Back 2016.
She's been wowing the crowds with her amazing spreadies stylings and the-best-game-face-ever on the pole competition circuit - lately in last year's Sexy's Back and Miss Pole Vic.
Jac's first comp for this year will be Survivor!
Jac has also joined the instructor team for 2017.
Dougie is one of our new sponsored athletes for 2017.
"I first got into pole when I started uni back in the UK, my friends were giving it a go during O week/Freshers week and eventually they dragged me along, it was fair to say I was very reluctant. That all changed after my first lesson, I fell in love with the sport after my first hour and haven't looked back since. It's been two years now and my passion for pole just keeps growing."
Dougie aims to perform, compete and teach this year and we're stoked to support him.
Bri is a new sponsored athlete for 2017.
"I started pole dancing after my sister dragged me along to a class, I was surprised when I Immediately fell in love. I have had to stop and start many times over the years but I have always gravitated back to Pole. Some of the pole interference has been due to some of my other hobbies, such as Parkour, Muay Thai and stunt training. Competing in Amateur Pole Queen and even performing in a Fringe show back in Perth made me realise how much further I want to take pole."
Bri hopes to train her heart out and also compete, perform and teach this year and we're excited to sponsor her and see what she can do!