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What we guarantee...

60 hours of classes a week
Highly qualified trainers
The most unique and complex timetable in the country
Wallet-friendly prices, discounts on membership cards
Free or preferential classes to try
The number of participants in the classes are limited
Possibility to take part in competitions and perform
Intensive weekends, workshops, training camps



I was a real anti-fitness and anti-sport person when near to the age of 32 I met with pole fitness and it was love for the first spin and I’ve been pursuing this wonderful sport ever since. Among many positive effects I’m in a much better shape as I was at the age of 18. As a trainer and private person I always tell everyone –learning from my experience- that it’s never too late to change, to start doing sport because it will have a lot of benefits on our organisation in the long run.  My aim is to help everyone to get the most and best out of him/herself during my classes based on one’s knowledge and physical abilities. I might seem strict now and then since I say it if something is not what it should be and I try to show students the right way to realise a pose. With this my aim is to let everyone develop in his/her own individual pace. Finally what I would like to tell you is to know your limits. If you underestimate yourself, you will block your development, however if you overestimate yourself, it can result in very bad things... (You fall off.)

III. Poledance camp (13-16 of July)

After the fantastic success last year we organize again one of the most significant events of our schools, the summer training camp.


Try it now, even only for 1000 HUF! For our completely new visitors we provide a chance within SPECIAL OFFER to try this sport!

Pole sport for children

DANCE - STRENGTH - FLEXIBILITY  All this is in on sport! Pole sport for children is now a possibility! For details click on the button ‘more’!
"To reach for the sky
you have to leave the ground"


4024. Debrecen, Piac Street 28/B II. floor
(Gambrinus Lane, opposite the Antikvárium, the second-hand book store)