Rokh Fit Studio is a pole, dance & fitness studio located at 2/25 Leda Drive, Burleigh Heads, only 2 minutes drive from the Gold Coast Highway and M1, 10 minutes from Robina and 15 minutes from Broadbeach.
We currently run a variety of classes in the evenings on Monday through Thursday as well as during the day on Saturday; and we run regular workshops in dance, pole, stretch and contortion and aerial yoga.
If you have any questions about classes, booking, or anything at all, check out our FAQ below, otherwise please give us a call between 9am – 9pm or send us a message through the form on the right and we will respond as soon as possible.
Rokh Fit Studio
2/25 Leda Drive, Burleigh Heads QLD
Where Did Pole Dance Originate From?
From African women who used wooden poles in tribal dances, to Indian men who completed strength training on thick iron poles, to Chinese acrobatic performances dating back nearly a thousand years, it is safe to say pole has a far more culturally historic origin than many people realise!
What If I'm Not Strong & Flexible Enough?
Essentially, If you can stand and walk, you’re strong and flexible enough for our classes! In every single class our experienced instructors will demonstrate several different options for each exercise to ensure every level is catered to.
Can Men Do The Classes?
We know that whilst the men may be stronger than some of the girls, they can lack flexibility and range of movement, which we address and improve.
Can I Just Show Up? Or Do I Need To Book In?
We do our best to accommodate everyone, but unfortunately if you do not book in advance you may not be able to attend the class you wanted to attend. In particular, Aerial Yoga and Beginner Pole are extremely popular, so definitely jump online to book in!
How Do I Book In?
To book into a class head to our Schedule Page and follow the three easy steps listed at the top of the page.
Do I Need To Bring Anything?
Additionally, for Pole Flow classes it is also recommended that you bring kneepads or purchase a pair from reception.
What Do I Wear?
Pole Classes – short shorts and a singlet, feel free to bring heels as well. Skin is used to grip the pole, therefore, the more skin you have exposed, the more surface area you have to grip the pole with.
Aerial Yoga – tights, either full length or ¾ length, and a t-shirt. The material from which the aerial hammocks are made can cause a burn-sensation on exposed skin, so it’s best to wear long pants and a shirt with some kind of sleeve.
All Other Classes – whatever you’re comfortable working out it! Feel free to bring a pair of joggers if you’d like some extra support! We also stock knee pads at reception should you like some protection for your knees from the wooden floorboards.