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Trained and mentored by world renowned Estefania Jimenez , Kitty started training pole in 2019. Prior to that, she had been dancing for over 7 years namely jazz funk, hip-hop and voguing.

Kitty won Fresh New Face Old school and was the Overall champion in Fresh new face in Exotic Generation UK 2022.

In Kitty’s classes you can expect high energy and endless fun guaranteeing you will leave with a smile on your face.

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Vanessa Tang

Vanessa is an exotic pole dance choreographer and instructor. With a background in Contemporary dance, her work focuses on the balance of strength, flexibility, flow and feeling connected with the body. She believes that everyone is capable of defining their unique style and beauty of dance.

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Magda Smolinska

Magda’s passion for sports dates back to her time competing in gymnastics as a child. Trying out pole dancing seemed like a natural step. She first fell in love with the sport training at the Pole Dance Institute in Vienna and she rediscovered pole when she moved to London.

Magda qualified as a pole dance instructor of all levels in Poland, training under the talented eye of Edyta Borchowiec in 2016. She has since competed in multiple pole finals (IPAAT, Pole Theatre UK, Heir To The Chrome) in doubles category with fellow pole dancer Jackie. The duo won second place at PSO Zurich, and first place and best tricks at Pole Revolution UK in 2019.

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Ayesha Agogo 

Pole dancer. Choreographer. Instructor

Award winning, professional pole dancer and international pole dance competitor, Ayesha is an avid and natural storyteller, with over 8 years experience in the industry. Her use of dynamic and unique pole combinations take the audience on a journey.

Her ability to integrate her passion for dance away from the pole,  with the strength and technique required for sport/art of Pole Dance allow her to create fluid and graceful routines, which is a signature feature of her a pole performer

Ayesha placed 3rd in the professional category of Pole Art UK 2018, She also won best choreography at UKPPC in 2018,  1st Place in Instructor UKPPC 2016 and Pole Theatre semi-pro Drama 2016.

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Zaki Musa

Zaki is a multi-disciplinary circus artist pulling from a wide background of movement and disciplines both on the ground and in the air. Starting his training in ballet at a late age, he moved on to explore and develop in other different dance styles and functional movement training, before taking all the skills he’s learnt into the air as a pole and aerial performer, choreographer and coach across the world.

Zaki is adept at a wide range of aerial disciplines, but primarily performs on the Flying Pole, Hoop, Silks and Dance Trapeze (with a big spin of course!). His movement work focuses on developing good core, technique and form, with flow and a performing flair.

​He is the 2019 Professional Open Champion of the UK Aerial Performance Championships in Flying Pole, and the 2019 Regional Champion in the Professional Open category on Hoop. However, his biggest moment was performing live for Tsar B in concert in Belgium, but has also most recently worked with companies such as Bassline Circus, Upswing Aerial, Mariah & Friendz, and performed across London cabaret and theatre venues, from the Roundhouse to Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.

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Kayleigh Hide

Dancer and Circus Artist, Kayleigh frequently performs as well as teaching. Originally from North East London and dancing from a young age, she moved to Liverpool at 16 years old to continue her training as a dancer, studying at Merseyside Dance and Drama Centre.

As a performer her work has taken Kayleigh around the globe appearing in multiple tours aboard cruise ships and at international hotels.

Kayleigh absolutely loves teaching aerial, mainly hoops and silks and is passionate about passing on her knowledge to others and showing how fun and rewarding aerial sports can be.