Pamela began dancing at Divine Movement in 2012. She was a modern dancer for many years and was looking for a new challenge when she discovered pole dancing. Pole dance has always intrigued Pamela as an artist, athlete and woman. After her first class, she fell in love with the art and is now excited to share her passion.
- 2015 PSO NW Aerial Arts Championship Pro Artistic Runner-Up
- 2015 PSO Nationals Level 4 Champion
- 2014 PSO Pacific Pole Championships Masters L3 Champion
- Divine Movement Certified Pole Instructor Phases 1-3
- Elevated Certified Pole Instructor Level 1 (2014)
- Elevated Certified Flexibility Instructor Level 1 (2016)
- BFA in Dance from Towson State, Maryland
I grew up in Latrobe PA but have lived in Seattle long enough to consider Seattle my home.
Why do you love Divine Movement?
Divine Movement provides an accepting, supportive and nurturing environment. I love the absolute freedom and abandon I experience when dancing in such a safe environment. At times I may feel raw or exposed, and it is okay. There is never judgment, criticism or a need to compare. Everyone experiences their own unique pole journey and the instructors at Divine embrace the beauty of all women. I’m also astonished by the strength, both physical and mental, that pole dance has given to me. Divine Movement is an amazing playground that I am thrilled to be a part of each day.
What do you consider your teaching style?
My teaching style is encouraging, technical and hands on. I want women to leave class feeling beautiful, challenged and supported. I strive to provide an experience that embraces your individual journey while also taking you places you didn’t know were possible.
What music is on your “Divine” playlist right now?
My playlists are constantly changing and growing. Variety is the key, as you never know what will move you.
Good food – anything fresh, yummy and cooked with love.
What is the farthest you have been from home?
When was the last time you cried?
While watching Sergia Louise Anderson & Brandon Gimm’s doubles routine to 9 Crimes at Pole Show L.A. 2016.
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A dancer or an artist.
Cookies, coffee and romantic comedies.
Favorite article of clothing to dance in?
Something soft and stretchy that you can get tangled and lost in while you dance.
“The body says what words cannot.” – Martha Graham; and “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” – Confucius