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Meet Our Instructors


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Charlotte (she/her) has been pole dancing since 2016 and it was love at first class. She started teaching in 2019 after completing her PFIC (Pole Fitness Instruction Commission of Canada) Pole-1 Instructor Certification at the end of 2018. Her favorite class is heels flow, but she's also a sucker for spin pole combinations. Choosing a favorite "pole anything" is hard for her :)  Charlotte is also our head instructor and owner (both new jobs to her!) and is very excited to see how the Chrome Kittens community will grow. She is also our Pole Sport Organization Unicorn and a seasoned competitor, so hit her up if you have any questions about competing.

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Alisa (she/her) took her first pole class in 2011 and fell in love with it immediately, but did not start to train regularly until late 2016. In 2018, after a couple of years of growth as a pole dancer, she wanted to be able to share her passion with others so she got certified to teach! Alisa loves low flow and choreo so you will see her in the studio as both a student and an instructor!


Mallory (she/her) danced ballet and lyrical for 10 years before a knee injury forced her to stop. While on a search for a new form of exercise she discovered pole dancing in 2009. Mallory began teaching in 2015 and fell in love with being an instructor. She loves incorporating anatomy information, breath work and active flexibility exercises into her classes to help her clients learn more about their bodies and help them work towards their movement goals. Mallory teaches a variety of classes at all levels but has a love for low flow and beginner/intermediate tricks.

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Jill took her first pole fitness class in March 2014 and has tried every class type she could since then. She finds joy in her students accomplishments and is excited for every step in their journey. She is passionate about helping others to find the confidence and strength that she found through this nearly decade long journey of ups and downs. Her greatest accomplishment in life is her wonderful daughter and her greatest accomplishment in pole was her first invert after having the aforementioned daughter. Join her as she returns to her love of pole and regains her strength and confidence postpartum.


Katelyn (she/her) started pole dancing in February of 2016, her first class was an intro to pole with the amazing Erin S from the former Okanagan Pole Dance. Her favourite classes are the more strength based ones but in her words "I do love me some choreo as well"! She is now a mom of one gorgeous little boy and is loving it. She's learning to love her new body that carried this little human for 9 months! Pole dance is a sport that has brought her so much self-confidence. It has helped her gain strength and learn to be confident in her body and be proud of what she can do! When she is not pole dancing (or working) she likes to workout at home or go for walks/hikes with her little man and dog!

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