Girl who dances in a cage (cagekitten) wrote,
Girl who dances in a cage

a couple text/policy changes

Okay folks, I would really appreciate your input a couple small website changes. I'm trying to think of a tactful way to mention that there is now a weight limit for the class. I hate doing it. But it would be worse to have some one show up that's too heavy and have to turn them away. Below is the paragraph as it appears on Pole For The Soul's FAQ page. All I did was tack on the sentence on the bottom about the weight limit. Is there a more tactful way to phrase this?


Do I need to be fit, thin or strong to take this class?

These classes are about having fun, getting fit, feeling sexy and discovering abilities you probably didn't even know you had - not about how you look. It's a friendly atmosphere and one of the main goals is to enjoy yourself and have fun with the girls while you get in shape! It doesn't take a lot of strength to spin on a pole if you learn the right techniques. But if you want to start building strength before the class series begins, focus on upper body and abdominal exercises such as push ups and sit ups.

There is a 220 pound limit on the poles, anyone under 220 pounds can pole dance!


Currently the FAQ says you can put a deposit down and pay the balance when you get to class. I want to change that to have the balance due a week prior to class. This will allow me to use an online payment system and no longer deal with checks. I also will no longer have to hire an assistant to take payments at the start of each class. But here is my question. Does it seem strange to have the balance due a week prior to the class? Would that put you off in any way? Do you feel safer getting to the class and paying your balance there instead so you can see what you're paying for? And if so, would you sign up even though you have to pay in full before getting there?

Here is how it would appear on the FAQ page:


How does registration work?

Total cost for 6 classes is $175. Your place in the 6 week series of classes is reserved once you pay a non-refundable $100 deposit. The additional $75 balance of your tuition is due one week prior to the first class.


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