Meet The Team
Jaemi credits her musicality and expression to her early foundation in Music since she was 5. Upon completion of Grade 5 music practical & theory from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, she gradually found her way into sports, in particular, pole in 2014 and has trained in Korea, Japan, Bali, and the Philippines. She has also performed on numerous occasions in both Singapore and Philippines.
In 2016, she and her pole partner, Irene, competed in SG Pole Challenge and clinched first place in the Amateur Pole Doubles category. She also emerged champion in a Singapore Fitness competition in 2017.
Irene was a competitive swimmer and lifesaver for more than 10 years; competing in the ocean nationally and in Malaysia. She started pole in 2014 and has performed several times in Singapore and Philippines.
She is currently located in Australia and offers virtual lessons.
Lynna is certified in Basic Sport Science. She explored dance through Salsa and Belly Dance in 2012 and discovered pole in 2016. Her strength lies in sultry flows and she is a huge fan of chair and floor choreographies.
She has performed in Bangkok and Singapore, and also won the title of Miss Sexy from The Brass Barre Amateur Night in 2019.
Tania started dancing when she was 4 and has completed her Royal Academy of Ballet examinations with Distinction. She pursued a diploma in dance at Lasalle and graduated with a BA(Hons) in Contemporary dance from London Contemporary Dance School .
As a dance artist today, Tania believes in being a versatile dancer who is not afraid to experiment with various genres and art forms.
Caitlin has dabbled in activities ranging from cheerleading to unicycling. In 2012, her interest was piqued by the grace and limitless possibilities of the aerial arts, and she discovered the lyra.
In 2019, she trained at Inspire Aerial Arts and The Artists' Asylum in USA.
Caitlin believes in sustainable training methods while honoring movement efficiency and alignment.
Since college, Zac has explored various dance genres such as Hip Hop, Jazz, and Ballet. He has since choreographed showcase dance pieces for his school teams, and has competed in regional Hip Hop competitions in USA. In 2015, he competed in the Complex Dance Competition (NorCal), Hip hop and came in 3rd.
Zac started pole dance in 2018 and enjoys strength-based movements and tricks.
Wei Liang is an alumnus of the NUS Dance Ensemble under the tutelage of Mr Zaini Mohd Tahir. Ranging from Contemporary Dance to Physical Theatre, his involvement as a performer/choreographer covers various dance and theatre productions.
In 2015, Weiliang competed in Hong Kong (Pole Paradise Studio Aerial Performance Tournament) in the Amateur Hoop category and was the 2nd runner up.
Jaclyn attended her first yoga class upon her mother’s suggestion.
What started out as a complement to the various sports she enjoyed soon became a way of life and a welcome respite from everyday stressors.
Jaclyn is a certified level 1 Kinstretch instructor, and is Hatha Yoga teaching certified.
Jia started pole in 2014 and had since fell in love with everything aerial. Her forte is in exploring trendy tricks and pole trick variations.
She has competed in several local pole competitions from 2015 to 2019.