Meet Our Fabulous Team
Kylie has represented the Australian pole industry over the last 16 years through performance and instruction, choreography, event organisation, media and adjudicating. She loves nothing more than to open up this wonderful, creative and supportive world to others.
First a dedicated Calisthenics girl all her life, turned professional showgirl and freestyle dancer, Kylie began teaching pole and representing Victoria professionally in competition for one of Australia’s first studio’s in 2006 Pole Divas, where she instructed and performed for number of years.
Megan began gymnastics at the ripe old age of 4 at the Geelong Gymnastics Centre where she flipped her way for 11yrs to level 8 National. It was there she discovered her love for dance when she joined ‘Gym danze’ a group which combined gymnastics with a bit of hip hop. Regular performances at the Supercats basketball games and in the annual ‘Wish on a star’ concert helped her develop the passion for performing.
It wasn’t until her teen years that she started dancing and teaching hip hop for a local dance school.
Blair started her pole journey in march 2012 at the Kylie J Pole studio, only because her little sister held her hand to a pole intro class. Blair is now advanced in both static and spinning pole, defies gravity with ease and has in house, regional and also interstate competition experience.
Blair was our Advanced solo winner for Pole on the Pier in 2014, solo finalist at the AAPC in Adelaide in 2014.
After taking a break to give birth to her son in June 2015, Blair was back training almost immediately.
Stephanie began her pole journey back in 2011 when she, her sister & their friend signed up for classes after attending a hens party at the studio and has never looked back!!
To Stephanie, pole was the perfect way to have fun, get fit and to condition and strengthen her core after having several abdominal surgeries.
Though she had no prior dance or gymnastics training, Stephanie found she was a natural with dance and flexibility and started forming her love for all things Pole!
Michelle grew up in Melbourne where she developed her love for dance and performance from a young age. After a year of Calisthenics, she made the change to Gymnastics at the age of 6 and competed for 7 years around Victoria.
Not long after, Michelle become addicted to dance and attended every class available at her local dance studio, including Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Tap and Acrobatics. Unfortunately during her teens she severely damaged her back, which in turn stopped any form of dance. It took over 6 years for Michelle’s back to recover and by the time it did, she felt all dance opportunities were over. Until she discovered Pole!
Fiona was born and raised on the Bellarine Peninsula. At a young age Fiona developed a passion for dance and acting through her local calisthenics college, competing in solos and as a Victorian state team member.
Fiona left Australia at 20 years of age to explore the world. During her studying and travelling she obtained a Science degree in human movement and worked as a trained “Regissuese” choreographer/stage manager for Club Med, allowing her to live and perform in Florida, the Bahamas, and Thailand. Her final move was to New York City to where she was selected to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
The very flexy and super lovely Tiffany, also know as T.K in the Australian pole industry is an extremely dedicated young lady who in 5 years of pole has reached incredible heights. She has graced the stage and inspired many with her beautiful heart felt routines and has competed and judged pole competitions across Australia..
For as long as she can remember, Libby has adored performance arts of all kinds and dabbled in many styles of dance and theatre. After a break from performing and admiring pole dance from afar she finally got herself to a class in 2016 and that was it. She was in love!
With a natural ability for dance and lines to die for, Libby quickly progressed through the levels and is an advanced student with experience performing at our studio Show Night and at the studio’s annual Pole On The Pier student competition where she placed 2nd RU in the advanced division for 2018.
Alice began early ballet training in Italy at the age of six. She studied ballet, contemporary dance, pointe, technique and choreography at the Professional School of Ballet in Padua. After travelling, working and sailing around the world, Alice found her happy place in Geelong in 2016, where she became a yoga and barre teacher, as well as Italian Language Assistant.
In November 2018 Alice finally managed to tick one of her New Year’s resolutions: committing to a whole term of Beginner Static Pole classes at Kylie J. It was love at first sight and she never looked back!
Demi began her pole journey in 2016 at Kylie J Pole studio. She has always loved the freedom and challenge that dance and acrobatics provides and found that pole was the perfect combination of both. She competed in gymnastics from a young age, eventually moving to dance classes including hip-hop, jazz/contemporary and acrobatics. She continued to dance all throughout high school, but stopped after moving to attend University.
After a two-year break from dancing, Demi struggled to find classes for adults with a fitness style she truly enjoyed – until she found pole!
Ina can be found at reception, ready to welcome you to our studio and get you all set up and sorted!
After 3 years at Kylie Js, Ina is an Advanced Spinner, and has performed both for our studio Pole Artistry show night, and competed in our studio competition Steel The Spotlight. She was one of the winners for the Beginner level of Pole Just Because 2016. She has poled her way through the world, attending no less than 7 different studios. Her shows are character based and full of props, often from the world of cinema. She is a screenwriter by trade and this definitely inspires her work.