CPFC 2017 PRO DIVISION
BREANNE MICHELLE - BC
I set the goal of competing in the 2017 CPFA Nationals, almost 3 years ago. And I gave myself 3 years to accomplish this. When I set this goal, I had just been denied to compete in amateur division at Regionals. I have since become a student of dance, Performer, Pole Instructor, Competitor at Regionals and a Proud studio owner. I have been pole dancing for 8 years and I am obsessed with this sport, still.
I have two teenage daughters, a step son and a very supportive partner plus two yorkies. I live on the Vancouver Island.
JULIE LECLAIR - QC
I started pole fitness in 2012 and fell in love with the sport. I started sharing my passion with students one year later. A few years, pole performances and competitions later, I now co-own my studio in Quebec City. Studio Parallèle is where all the magic happens and where the love for pole is being shared! I love to perform on stage, it’s my favourite way of expressing myself and showing the world why pole is so important to me.
ROSALYN MOW - BC
Rosalyn discovered pole fitness at the end of 2012. With a background in rhythmic gymnastics and Chinese dance, she loved how pole complemented her training yet brought along with it new challenges and goals. Rosalyn is now an instructor at Tantra Fitness and she finds that it complements her career as a Notary Public. She loves how supportive the community is and has made some great friends along the way. Rosalyn has competed in pole nationally and internationally, but perhaps the most rewarding part has been the performance opportunities she’s had to bring pole fitness to the public. The sport is still evolving and she is proud to play a role in this as the sport grows rapidly.
KITTY ROYCE - QC
Kitty's love affair with pole fitness started when she moved to Montreal about 3 years ago. What started off as a pursuit to meet friends, turned into an unexpected passion. With no dance, gymnastics or performing experience, competing initially seemed intimidating; however, after mass encouragement from friends and fellow pole-mates, Royce competed in her first pole competition after only 6 months. In Kitty Royce’s muggle life, she is a proud member of the Canadian Armed Forces and holds the position of a Nursing Officer. Despite the demanding nature of her work, Kitty still finds time to train and compete occasionally. To date, Kitty has competed and placed in 4 competitions. This will be her first Professional Division Appearance.
ONYX - SK
My name is Sachi Keller.. most people know me as Onyx and i’ve been pole dancing for a long time.. I love how pole dancing makes me transform on stage… its a constant evolving art form and extremely empowering.. I have many pole idols that have influenced me in such a positive way.. From Tara Meyer to Travis Scott.. Enough influence to ambitiously sign up for all three categories! I’m hoping i’m not biting off more than I can chew.. Being able to juggle both my exotic dancing career and pole fitness at the same time proves that i’m up for the challenge