I wanted to bring Candace Cane on the show because she is one of those rare dancers who has her hand in the proverbial cookie jar of all things pole dance: she’s an instructor, performer, stripper, video vixen, and competitive pole dance champion. And because of this she has an interesting and well-rounded perspective of pole dance. On this episode she shares her experience of being a full-time dancer, along with her views on how we as pole dancers should unite as an empowered, diverse community rather than divide ourselves based on insignificant differences.
Also, as a disclaimer, I’ve never done a spoken interview or podcast before, so I want to thank everyone ahead of time for sticking with me through some of my cringe-worthy moments… hopefully my talking skills will get better as time goes on!
Check out Candace's post-podcast interview here!
Candace will be performing and doing workshops in Minneapolis, February 18–22 (2016), at Dolls on Parade
Candace’s Pole Crush:
Anastasia Skukhtorova (Instagram @Anastasiaskukhtorova)
For private lessons, workshops, shows, etc.:
Candace’s favorite pole studio in Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico:
Rojas Pasión Dance Studio
“This Church” Written by Aaron Drake and Ayana Hampton