The first thing that comes to people when they hear the phrase Cabaret is a striptease. There is an ambiguous stereotype in society about this type of dance: if there is a pylon in front of the artist, it means that he must undress at the end of the performance. Nevertheless, pole dancing is rapidly gaining popularity both in Miami and US as an independent sports and dance discipline and, importantly, without undressing. Now with Cabaret in miami you can have the best time. In Gold Rush Cabaret you can have the best time.
Cabaret in Miami
As a kind of dance Cabaret began to develop in Miami since about 2000. During the performance, the performer performs on one or two pylons (static and dynamic), combining elements of choreography, gymnastics, and acrobatics. In the pylon sport there are a lot of power elements, good physical training, stretching, and a sense of rhythm are important here. The direction of Pole sport is part of the disciplines of air-power athletics, develops as an independent sports direction. Competitions on Pole Sport take place on the sports grounds, certified by the judges, according to the approved rules, and the performances of each participant must contain a mandatory set of gymnastic, acrobatic elements, bundles and transitions. In addition to Pole sport, there is also the direction of Pole artistic, which provides competitions for athletes according to specially designed programs, also Pole exotic, a dance direction in which mostly girls perform.
- In Miami, all the above Cabaret directions are popular. Cabaret championships and competitions are held every year in Kiev, Kharkov, Odessa and other large cities, the best coaches conduct master classes in which they share their experiences and their dance “tricks”. Also, participants in master classes will receive a certificate, which adds points to them if you want to become a Cabaret coach in the future. Dancing on a pole is a very difficult task. If you chose it, you will have to go through “fire, water and copper pipes” – in other words, at first you will have all your legs and arms bruised from constant pressure on the pylon. The bruises will start to go away when your body is fully strengthened and will get used to the contact with the iron. Performing stunts on the pylon requires agility, clarity of movement, endurance and well-developed coordination. For those who practice Pole-dance, a certain type of figure is formed: the very developed muscles of the upper body, since it is the arms that account for more than 50% of the load, strong abs, back and legs.
With the advent and development of striptease, cabaret elements began to be used by dancers. Thus, they showed a higher level of professionalism (erotic postures, demonstration of their merits). It is believed that cabaret was first used in striptease in Canada. But there is no reliable evidence of this fact.
But, despite this, the true experts and connoisseurs of cabaret are sure: Pole-dance has no direct relation to striptease. In 2003, the first official pole-dancing competitions were held, and since then, various regional and international cabaret competitions and championships have been actively held around the world.