Russian Exotic Choreo

Song: Triumph by Czelusc

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Course Overview

This course will take you through a choreographed routine in Russian Exotic style. The routine has been broken down into 3 parts, with the movements slowed down and explained in detail (from the back view). You also get videos of the full routine performed to the music, front view and back view. 
You will need heels and knee pads for this routine. The course does not include a warm-up, so please make sure you are fully warmed up before taking part in this course. Suitable for intermediate level and above.

What are the requirements?

  • This is an intermediate to advanced level exotic pole choreography. Not suitable for first time or beginner pole dancers. Static pole.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • - Learn a choreographed routine in Russian exotic pole style.
  • - We will also focus a lot of technique - in particular, taking time to break down and understand the forces and movements involved in each shape and transition... the push, pull, lift, squeeze and drops. This will ultimately help you finesse and build your exotic pole work!

What is the target audience?

  • Exotic pole dancers of intermediate level and above.

About the Author

Kathy Lee is the founder and owner of The Pole Project studio in Cape Town, as well as a pole athlete, performer and instructor. The Pole Project is one of South Africa’s largest and most successful pole dance studios.

Kathy used to be a corporate lawyer in London and moved to Cape Town in 2012, before her love for pole dance decided to take over. Her passion for pole has taken her all over the world - she has trained, taught and performed both locally and internationally. She has also competed in several national pole competitions. Since then she has decided to focus on giving back, not only by helping her students to win multiple championship titles, but also organising competitions and shows that would bring the pole community together. Kathy is also the brains behind The Pole Factor competition and the annual theatrical pole production, A Feast of Flight. 

Kathy enjoys all types of pole dance, and defines her style as "polymorphous" or "existing in multiplicities". Tricks strengthen her, exotic excites her, and contemporary calms her. Different avenues of pole generate different emotions, but the one constant that exists across all forms in her practice is FLOW. A flow with a foundation in strength, that is constantly mutating and evolving.

You can find Kathy's intro video here:

Course Curriculum


  • Introduction

Full routine

  • Front view
  • Back View

Routine breakdown

  • part 1
  • Part 2
  • Part 3


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