Dance classes place fitness in pole position
There was once a time when the words "pole dancing" conjured up images of seedy backroom strip clubs and leering stag parties.
But now women are taking control and embracing pole dancing as something to enjoy for themselves – as well as an exciting way to keep fit.
Stacey Lines is one of dozens of women across East Yorkshire who are discovering the athletic art form, following in the footsteps in celebs such as Carmen Electra and Kate Hudson.
Stacey, 26, talks to Femail about how pole dancing has transformed her from a "layabout coach potato" into a fit, healthy and toned women with all the right, seductive, moves.