Liquid Motion Pole Level 1 4 Week Series Volume 2
This is a level one class intended to teach new students or reteach level one foundational skills. Your level one pole class is the most important class you can take. This is where you learn your foundation. In this class we will be no inverting of any kind however we will prepare you. Is highly recommended that you take Pole level one 4 weeks series volume one, before attempting to try volume two. In volume two we will look at The signature Liquid motion climb, conditioning and the Liquid Motion waist hold, we will look at pirouettes, airborne spins and of course proper muscle activation to support the skeleton to create efficient and fluid movement. IMPORTANT NOTE: content will overlap from week to week in classes and also from volume to volume because proficiency is created through repetition.

POLE LEVEL ONE WEEK ONE VOLUME TWO the dip tun
This class is the 1st of 4 in the second volume of my "Level One Pole Series". It is highly recommended that you complete the first volume one series before taking this class. It is available on my website JeniJanover.com
This class was recorded on Nov. 9th 2022 and is a repurposed live class.
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POLE LEVEL ONE WEEK TWO VOLUME TWO base work
This class is the 2nd of 4 in the second volume of my "Level One Pole Series". It is highly recommended that you complete the first volume one series before taking this class. It is available on my website JeniJanover.com
This class was recorded on Nov. 16th 2022 and is a repurposed live class.
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POLE LEVEL ONE WEEK THREE VOLUME TWO climbing
This class is the 3rd of 4 in the second volume of my "Level One Pole Series". It is highly recommended that you complete the first volume one series before taking this class. It is available on my website JeniJanover.com
This class was recorded on Nov. 30th 2022 and is a repurposed live class. W... 
POLE LEVEL ONE WEEK FOUR VOLUME TWO
Started with the dipturn but focused on twisting and over rotation. Then we looked at a outside arm pirouette, and this rotates 1.5 times . It can be tricky as it accelerates which can be scary for new students. Then we did a difficult movement drill to help students work through sticky spots wit...