There is no doubt that I have been struggling with the pole studio this year. My health issues make it difficult for me to teach at the level I want to. We've also had a lot of instructor turnover as our wonderful instructors have left to pursue bigger dreams and passions. As I sat to contemplate the future of the studio I came to realize that studio isn't really about pole or lyra. Yes, we teach those skills, but the studio is really about community. People come to the studio to learn, but they get so much more. Aerial Bliss is a place to make friends, to feel welcome and accepted, and a place where we support students goals and dreams. I am very proud of the tight knit, supportive, loving community that we have built at Aerial Bliss.
Jackie began her pole journey in 2008 and opened Aerial Bliss in 2010.