Entries by achievepole

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Static vs Spinning Pole

If you are an O.G. Achiever, who has been with us since their first ever beginner pole class, then you are very familiar with static pole. Some hate it, some fear it, some grit their teeth and bear it but from someone who has learned to love it, let me tell you a little bit […]


Sporting an Injury in Pole

Sporting an injury? Me too! In fact, you name it and I’ve probably had it. I’ve had tendonitis in both shoulders and both hips, broken a finger, let a pinching rotator cuff get so bad I could barely move my wrist, scraped all the skin off my hands doing pull ups, compressed my spine throwing […]

Andrea Ryff – World Pole Champion!

April 2018 Achieve Pole Studio owner Andrea Ryff represented Achieve Pole Studio as an international finalist in the world’s most highest ranking pole competition – International Pole Championships. Andrea wowed the audience with her powerful and very relevant theme, plastic pollution. The strength of her pole skills & dance combined with this concept saw her being awarded the […]

Achieve represents at Miss Pole Dance Australia – Andrea Ryff

In November Achieve Pole Studio owner represented Achieve Pole Studio as a national finalist in Australia’s most prestigious pole competition – Miss Pole Dance Australia at the Enmore Theatre. She was joined onstage by three Achieve students as human props and together they put on quite a show. Many in the audience cited this performance […]

World Pole Art Championships – Andrea Ryff

March 4th 2017 Achieve Pole Studio owner Andrea Ryff represented Australia at the World Pole Art Championships in Turin, Italy. 21 Elite Women from around the world came together in Turin for this amazing event to perform at the beautiful Theatre Crocetta. The standard of competitors was incredible. Andrea’s performance was her best yet and […]

Australian Pole Championship – Andrea Ryff

September 2014 Achieve Pole Studio owner Andrea Ryff took out the title of Professional Australian Pole Champion. Andrea took the stage as one of 18 of Australia’s best professional pole dancers with a number of them half her age – at age 40 proving that age really is just a number. This prestigious title is so well deserved […]