Sunday, 8 January 2012

Pole Files Interview 12: Valérie Blain Pole Dancer



It's been a while since our last interview, today we have Valérie Blain. A beautiful pole dancer but also someone who adds an extreme amount of personality to her dancing.
I am totally in love with some of her videos. Enjoying watching they are great. 
So lets hear from Valérie!!!







Quick bio.

I am an actress and theatre teacher for 15 years . When I turned 30 I tried an exercise that would keep me motivated and I discovered the pole fitness through a television reportI immediately fell in love with the sport that was totally unknown in Montreal and I worked hard to make it knownI opened Studio 409 in spring 2008 and since then I meet and work with wonderful women.



How long have you been doing pole dancing?

6 years

The moment you realised you love pole dancing?
  
The first time I touched a pole, and I remember that  I was certain it would become very important in my life.

Describe your style.

Certainly unique! As I am an actress, I love making videos and interpret the characters, touch and make people laugh. It's like a pole theatre. In my studio, I like my students to feelimportant. We work hard but always with humor and love. 

Favourite move?

Always the one I just finally succeed!



Tools of the trade, what can’t you live without when pole dancing?

Alcohol and powder ... for the pole, not for me!


Any hobbies or passions outside of pole dancing?

I love animals, arts and spending time with my family.

Can't live without?

The love and support of my family. I still need to learn something new to feel alive...and my chiropractor!


Growing up I wanted to be a.....

An actress but I never thought doing theater around a pole! 

Favourite things of all time: Feel that I can make a difference for someone and a good coffee with a friend. 

Movie:  American beauty

TV Show: Six feet under

Musician:  I like some songs in particular, they must inspire me and touch me

Song: Billi Jean is my song!

Book: My favorite book for many years is "Pulling Your Own Strings" by Wayne W. Dyer and of course my mother's books who is an author of children's psychology.

Food: Indian and healthy food.


I love this video!!!!

Thanks Valérie for your time.

2 comments:

  1. Valerie is an amazing woman. She understands that the pole experience is not just about the athleticism, but also about being creative and having fun. And her studio shows a great deal of social responsibility, having hosted charitable benefits for Cancer Research. /Joel Lessing, Forest Park, Illinois

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