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Bring your heels and leave your inhibitions at home!

Get down and dirty in this racier alternative to traditional dance fitness classes that just might get you breathing heavy and leave you sore the next day.

Our striptease classes typically begin with a full-body follow-the-leader cardio warm-up. After that, you’ll slow it down a bit as you piece together a series of sexy moves to create hotter-than-hot combinations. Build confidence and tone your entire body as you dance your way down to the floor and back up. Once you’ve learned the choreography, we’ll turn down the lights and put on our own show. Heels are encouraged, though not required. By the end of the hour, you’ll have an arsenal of moves you can use with or without a lap to dance on.

Visit our class schedule to sign up for our upcoming Frisky Friday striptease parties, which are typically offered once or twice a month. Expect new routines and surprises at every event. Some weeks, you’ll get down with a chair or necktie, other times you’ll be popping and rolling on the floor. From burlesque to hip-hop, we change up the moves and music to make sure you never get bored. In addition to smokin’ hot choreography, these special “divas night out” events include wine and other treats. Pre-registration strongly encouraged, because these workshops do sometimes sell out. Ages 21 and up.

Our striptease workshops also make a great event for a girls’ night out, birthday or bachelorette party. We can customize the class to incorporate your favorite songs or dance styles; or choose from the following genres:

Booty Pop: Drop, swirl, twerk and grind in this booty-themed party. You’ll be working that butt in all sorts of angles as you dance through several follow-the-leader routines and then learn a longer choreography. Think raunchy hip-hop meets stripper stage.

Burlesque: Master the art of the tease with some subtle yet showy burlesque style. Flirt, flaunt and leave a little to the imagination as you strut through a number of combinations suitable for any burlesque stage. Think Broadway meets erotic dancing. Don’t forget your stage name. Heels recommended.

Chair-licious: Wind, twirl and dip around a chair to create a simple yet super sexy routine that you can easily replicate at home. If time permits, we’ll even teach a couple of more advanced moves involving rolls, shoulder stands or balances.

Dirty Divas: Dominate your own stage as you get down to the music of badass pop divas like Beyonce, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez, Madonna and other sexy singers. Expect a mix of sassy hip-hop and downright dirty floor work.

Floored: Work your body down to the floor and then down some more in this salacious exploration of striptease floorwork. From hip grinds to doggie-style twerking, you’ll be amazed at how many ways you can make a floor blush…if that were possible. In addition to breaking down tricks, you’ll also learn a few complete routines so you can put what you’ve learned into action. Bring knee pads or wear long pants if you have sensitive knees.

Lap Dance 101: Up your striptease game with this sensual chair workshop. Learn techniques, tips and tricks to give a stripper-worthy lap dance, then piece together a “performance” routine using the chair as your stage. Heels highly recommended, pun intended.

Prop Appeal: Add a little extra sass to your striptease with props. Learn how to manipulate a silk tie to add dramatic effect to your movements, then piece together a steamy routine. We’ll provide ties, but you may also wish to bring an oversized button down shirt and a hat so you have some extra items to practice peeling off.

Twerk’d: Learn how to jiggle whatever junk you’ve got in your trunk. After a twerktorial covering the basics, you’ll pop, shake and wind through a series of dance routines. Feeling adventurous? Take your twerk to the floor, the wall or even upside down.

Contact us for more information about booking a private party at our Midtown or Rittenhouse studios.


Please note that while many striptease routines involve floor work or other tricks, most movements can be modified for students who are pregnant, injured or simply prefer not to get down on the ground. Just let the instructor know and she’ll give you alternatives.