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Pole Sharing Rules

All pole-dancing classes at Pure Fitness Hong Kong are now held on a pole-sharing basis, unless otherwise noted.

  1. Pole sharing is available for all levels of pole dance classes. Maximum two participants per pole.
  2. Participants understand that there are associated risks of injury and accidents during classes and/or from the use of the studio and its equipment. As such, participants agree to assume all such risks and that the studio, its company, instructors or any of the studio/company’s management and staff /affiliates are in no way responsible or liable for any such injury/injuries or loss.
  3. Pole sharing will be based on a first-come-first-served basis – i.e. Participant no.8 will share with participant no.7, participant 9 will share with participant 6, etc. The instructor reserves the right to make changes. “First-come-first-served” refers to the first to check in at our fitness centre and obtain a class pass.
  4. Only one participant is allowed on the pole at any one time. Participants must adhere to the time allocated for Participant A and Participant B. Participants agree not to attempt any moves on the pole or practise any new moves without the consent and proper guidance or supervision. The instructor reserves the right to evict participants from class for unsafe practices and not adhering to instructions.
  5. All other terms and conditions relating to the Membership Agreement and Guest Fitness Profile are applicable, particularly the sections relating to Physical Condition & Safety and Limitation of Liability.
  6. All pole-dancing classes at Pure Fitness Hong Kong are now held on a pole-sharing basis, unless otherwise noted. Pure reserves the right to change this arrangement at its discretion.
  7. All participants must have read, understood and agreed to abide by these rules.

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