Melissa Jones: What do you do when you’re not pole dancing (work/school)?

Janice Wun: I am a student in pharmtox specialist program at u of t ,and my hobbies are eating food and watching pole dance performance/competition on Youtube.

MJ: How did you first discover pole dancing?

JW: I first saw a pole dance performer in a night club in Hong Kong, and she got all of my attentions with her breathtaking moves that I even forgot I was hitting on a guy. Then I started to learn pole dance back in 2013, one year before moving to canada.

MJ: Do you have any previous dance, fitness or sports experience?

JW: No ,I was very lazy and I always act sick to escape from PE class.

MJ: What made you feel pole dancing could be for you and decide to try it?

JW: I never thought about whether I could do it or not, I was really curious and passionate, so I just try it!!

MJ: How did you come to be a member at Brass Vixens?

JW: So I stopped pole dancing for 2 years after moving to vancouver because the studio there was far, then after I moved to toronto I try to start again, and Brass Vixens was the first thing I saw from google, the intro price was only $79 so I became a member without thinking.

MJ: What were your first impressions?

JW: The staff and instructors here are really nice and helpful, and Im always so impressed that they can remember students’ name after saw them once or twice!

MJ: What keeps you committed to pole dancing?

JW: Pole dancing gives me so much confidence and everytime I final get the hard moves, I have a pole orgasm.

MJ: What do you feel is a crucial element for a successfu