Darci Thabes loves the acrobatic sport of pole dancing. Even people who have been practicing it for years are still learning new moves. Darci talkes about what the life of a recreational pole dancer is like.
No video for YouTube upload available.
VIEW SIMILAR PRESENTATIONS
A Life's Journey
BY CHARITY HARVEY
@ VOL 13
ON FEB 28, 2013
Charity Harvey speaks about her studio, Aerial Art, and more importantly, her personal journey from a childhood in Nebraska, to her current life in Milwaukee. She talks about growing up, searching for love in different places, and what art can mean to dfferent people.
How Pole Dancing Changed My Life
BY ANGEL STEWART
@ VOL 1
ON FEB 18, 2014
Pole Dancing is a highly misunderstood sport that requires extreme flexibility and muslce control. Angel Stewart, a pole dancing instructor, goes beyond the stigma to show how it has changed her life both physically and emotionally.
BY COLIN O'BRADY
@ VOL 20
ON AUG 02, 2016
The presentation covers Colin O'Brady's recent voyage to become the fastest person to climb the Seven Summits and complete expeditions to the North and South Pole, setting two mountaineering world records. Themes include: overcoming obstacles, goal setting, setting fear aside, and inspiring the next generation to dream big and live active, healthy lives.
BY ROZANNA DIKRANYAN
@ VOL 2
ON NOV 19, 2016
Розанна Дикранян се занимава с Pole dance от 5 години, преподава в Студио Pole Dance Burgas.
Ще ни разкаже как е започнал интересът й към този спорт и в какво се състои дейността на студиото в гр. Бургас.
"Pole dance е грациозен спорт, който изисква много усилия. Поради трудносста на изпълнението на тези упражнения момичета се отказваха лесно, останаха само тези, които имаха огромно желание да се занимават с този спорт."
BY KENDALL MCCAUGHERTY
@ VOL 0
ON OCT 31, 2018
Kendall McCaugherty is an architectural photographer with the Chicago-based studio, Hall+Merrick Photographers. While receiving her BFA in photography from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign she was also a member of the Track and Field team, specializing in the high jump. Her roots as a photojournalist were refined by documenting her teammates. This exercise fueled Kendall's interest in human interaction and imprint with space and architecture.