Fantasy Fitness Studio is a dance and fitness studio for women 18 and over. Our Studio specializes in pole dance and sensual fitness classes and we embrace women of all ages, sizes, cultures and fitness levels. Our studio is located in Redford Michigan and we gladly service ladies in the Detroit and Metro Detroit areas. The mission of Fantasy Fitness Studio is to provide a fun, sexy and supportive approach to fitness while building self esteem and promoting a love for sexuality and femininity. We strive to make each class a memorable experience where women are free to live, laugh and love the skin they are in. We also specialize in helping women creating lasting memories with girlfriends with our Girl's Night Out Party Packages great for celebrating Bachelorette, Birthday, Girl's Day, Girl's Night Out, Newly Single or just because you and the girls want to get together and have a naughty good time!
Redford MI, 48240
Getting Fit Just Got Sexy
Jessica, better known as Mischief, has been pole dancing since December 2014. She made Fantasy Fitness Studio her pole home two months later and has been with the studio every since. Before finding her love for pole fitness/dancing, she was a figure skater for 18 years. During her figure skating career, Jessica performed in many ice shows and competed for 15 years. Jessica has always had a passion for for pole fitness/pole dancing but never found the right place until she stepped foot into Fantasy Fitness Studio. Jessica likes to bring out the playful side in her students and strives to help them be the best they can be.
Courtney, better known as TG, has been pole dancing for two years. She enjoys challenging herself to learn new things and she is most excited to see others achieve the things that they once told themselves they couldn't do. She enjoys the friendships and sisterhood that she has experienced at Fantasy Fitness Studio and she is always excited to expose new ladies to the art of Pole Dance and Sensual Fitness.
Kristin also known as Kitty, took dance classes until her late teens. A serious knee injury forced her to give up her dance career but she continued to maintain her fitness and flexibility. She took her first pole class in November of 2011 with a disclaimer that she was "only going to learn how to spin" and "would never learn how to go upside down." Much to her surprise, she discovered that she was good at it and became hooked. That was the beginning of her pole journey. Kitty loves the art of pole dancing and is in awe of the skills and the beauty of her teachers and students. She knows how hard pole dancing can be so she is so proud when a student finally "gets" a tough trick. We're all in this together! Kitty's personal goal continues to be to stop falling off the pole. She supposes that will happen one day. Until then, there's always bubble wrap.