Pole Passion are proud to announce the following guest performers for Miss Pole Dance Amateur semi Pro 2018
Jess Leanne Norris
JESS LEANNE NORRIS started her pole journey at the incredible age of 14, whilst looking for a new hobby. As soon as she found pole fitness, she was hooked!
Jess was Training Daily and Within 6 Months of Self Training she began Teaching.
At her studio Jess was able to make pole dreams come true by sharing the knowledge and understanding of pole that she had worked so hard to gain.
Jess's talent shone, and she quickly became a UK figurehead in the pole fitness industry, creating and teaching original and incredible moves. Her signature style and breath-taking performances at such a tender age, left the entire industry in awe.
JLN Studios have recently relocated to a stunning new studio where Jess held the very first JLN Pole championships earlier this year which were a roaring success!
Twice Champion of Miss Pole Dance UK 2011 AND 2015
A true inspiration.
Mimi is 12 years old and she has been learning pole for 6 years.
Mimi is training with Daniel Rosen at IFA Pole & Aerial and also Ruth Vass at Spin City Brimpton.
Through the last 6 years Mimi has accomplished many of her dreams already and she is loving her pole journey.
Mimi competed at BPSC and placed 1st in the youth category in 2017, she is the Cheshire Aerial Youth Champion 2016 & 2017, she has guest performed at the Pole Word Festival for 2 years running and she is also the youngest to perform at UKPPC.
Last year was a major year for Mimi as she travelled to the USA to compete at Pole Theatre USA with her instructor Daniel Rosen in a beautiful doubles routine about a father and a daughter and while on this trip Mimi was the first child to be allowed to perform at Pole Expo in Las Vegas.
Mimi is the first Youth Brand Ambassador for Wink and she is the first child to become a Dew Point Athlete.
Mimi has also completed her Xpole Xpert Instructor training making her the first child to become a Xpole certified instructor.
This year Mimi is competing in the Youth category at Pole Theatre UK and also Pole Theatre UK pro with her instructor Daniel Rosen and she is very excited to see what is going to happen in her future with pole.
Mimi wants to say thank you to everyone who has made the above possible for her, she will be eternally grateful.
Fi Steps are celebrating their 25th anniversary -
Horsham resident Fiona Whyte, principle of Fi Steps dance school which holds classes in Horsham and Crawley has lately won the Community Arts award in the Crawley Community Honours.
In her own acceptance speech Fiona stated she setup Fi Steps to help keep children from the roads and provide passion, structure and fun inside a non-competitive atmosphere. Fi Steps runs dance courses of instruction for children age 3 to 30 each week at Millais.