Night Owl Circus Arts



Cube! w/ Vianna
Today 5 PM at South
4 spots open
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Youth Aerial Apparatus w/ Gracie
Tomorrow 4:30 PM at South
11 spots open
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Duo Acro and Pyramids
Tomorrow 5:30 PM at South
9 spots open
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Beginner Silks w/ Gracie
Tomorrow 5:30 PM at South
3 spots open
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Roll and Recover w/ Samantha
Tue 4/16 1:30 PM at South
7 spots open
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Teen Series
Tue 4/16 4:30 PM at South
6 spots open
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Juggling w/ Craig
Tue 4/16 5:30 PM at South
11 spots open
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Intermediate Silks w/ Gracie
Tue 4/16 7:30 PM at South
4 spots open
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Lyra+ w/ Mindy
Tue 4/16 8:30 PM at South
3 spots open
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Coaches Hour w/ Samantha
Wed 4/17 5:30 PM at South
7 spots open
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Intro to Pole w/ Mindy
Wed 4/17 6:30 PM at South
4 spots open
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NOCA offers group classes in Pole, as well as a variety of sexy dance classes!

All classes listed on this page are restricted to students age 18+.

Pole Classes

Pole 1 is our beginner pole class, which requires absolutely no previous experience, and is open to all fitness levels, body types, genders, and ages (18+). Heals are permitted but entirely optional. These classes accept circus credits.

+  Intro to Pole

Intro to Pole is for students that are absolutely new to pole classes. The class is great for students that are simply curious about pole or students wanting to start on their pole journey. The classs curriculum is ideal for a students first 4 pole classes. It will go over basic pole skills and prepare the student for more involved skills taught in Pole 1. In pole class please ensure clothing does not have any metal buttons or zippers. Short sleeve shirts or tank tops, shorts, and socks are recommended.

Intro to Pole w/ Mindy
Wed 4/17 6:30 PM at South
Intro to Pole w/ Mindy
Wed 4/24 6:30 PM at South
Intro to Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 4/26 3:30 PM at South

Intro to Pole w/ Mindy
Wed 5/1 6:30 PM at South
Intro to Pole w/ Mindy
Wed 5/8 6:30 PM at South
Intro to Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 5/10 3:30 PM at South

+  Low Flow Pole

Low Flow Pole will use the lower section of the pole and the floor to create sensual and fluid movement around the pole. It will focus on choreography and combine beginner friendly pole skills and floor work. All levels and bodies are welcome. Socks or heels and knee pads are strongly recommended.

Low Flow Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 5/10 4:30 PM at South
Low Flow Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 5/24 4:30 PM at South
Low Flow Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 6/7 4:30 PM at South

Low Flow Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 6/21 4:30 PM at South
Low Flow Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 7/5 4:30 PM at South
Low Flow Pole w/ Mindy
Fri 7/19 4:30 PM at South

+  Pole 1

This class is designed for students absolutely new to pole or those with pole experience looking to review the basics. This class will go over important skills to build a strong foundation of pole. Students will start with a thorough full body warm up. The warm up will then continue onto the poles with different conditioning exercises to help you build strength and stamina. Afterwards students will learn and practice various entry level spins, poses, and skill and trick combinations using the Pole. In pole classes please ensure clothes have no metal buttons or zippers. Shorts, short sleeve shirts, and socks are recommended.

Pole 1 w/ Mindy
Wed 4/17 7:30 PM at South
Pole 1 w/ Mindy
Tue 4/23 6:30 PM at South
Pole 1 w/ Mindy
Wed 4/24 7:30 PM at South

Pole 1 w/ Paige
Sat 4/27 5:30 PM at South
Pole 1 w/ Mindy
Tue 4/30 6:30 PM at South
Pole 1 w/ Mindy
Wed 5/1 7:30 PM at South

+  Pole Conditioning

Stuck in your pole journey? This class is designed to meet students where they are and help improve strength and flexibility needed in pole class. Open to all levels. Some pole experience recommended.

Pole Conditioning w/ Mindy
Tue 4/16 7:30 PM at South
Pole Conditioning w/ Mindy
Tue 4/23 7:30 PM at South
Pole Conditioning w/ Mindy
Tue 4/30 7:30 PM at South

Pole Conditioning w/ Mindy
Tue 5/7 7:30 PM at South
Pole Conditioning w/ Mindy
Tue 5/14 7:30 PM at South
Pole Conditioning w/ Mindy
Tue 5/21 7:30 PM at South

+  Pole 2

Pole 2 students may pick Pole 2 at 5:45pm or Pole 2 at 8pm. Students may not take both Pole 2 classes in one evening.This class is designed for students with pole experience. This class will go over important skills to build a strong foundation of pole. Students will start with a thorough full body warm up. The warm up will then continue onto the Poles with different conditioning exercises to help you build strength and stamina. Afterwards students will learn and practice various entry level spins poses and skill and trick combinations using the Pole. In pole classes please ensure clothes have no metal buttons or zippers. Shorts short sleeve shirts and socks are recommended.Pre-requisites: Must have an inversion or be close to achieving an inversion.

Pole 2 w/ Paige
Fri 4/26 5:45 PM at South
Pole 2 w/ Paige
Fri 4/26 8 PM at South
Pole 2 w/ Paige
Sat 4/27 6:30 PM at South

Pole 2 w/ Paige
Fri 5/3 5:45 PM at South
Pole 2 w/ Paige
Fri 5/3 8 PM at South
Pole 2 w/ Paige
Fri 5/10 5:45 PM at South
















Sexy Dance Classes

These are beginner-friendly, ground-based classes which do not use the poles, but have a "sexy" element to them. These classes accept fitness credits.

+  Sexy Jazz

This class is for dancers with some experience. Sexy jazz is a fun flirty take on traditional jazz dance class. You'll learn some technique while applying influences from burlesque and other sexy dance styles. Our goal is to promote confidence and empowerment through dance. All bodies welcome. Heels are optional!

Sexy Jazz w/ Eva
Today 4 PM at South
Sexy Jazz w/ Eva
Sun 4/21 4 PM at South
Sexy Jazz w/ Eva
Sun 4/28 4 PM at South

Sexy Jazz w/ Eva
Sun 5/5 4 PM at South
Sexy Jazz w/ Eva
Sun 5/12 4 PM at South
Sexy Jazz w/ Eva
Sun 5/19 4 PM at South

Eva Alom

Eva Alom

Eva started dance at age 3 and has been finding ways to keep moving ever since. She graduated from ETSU with a minor in dance and major in International Affairs. During her time as a student Eva found her choreographer voice, creating works that awarded her the Judith Woodruff Award for Excellence in Dance in 2016. Since graduating, Eva has worked with North East State Community College’s theatre department choreographing and movement coaching for multiple stage productions. When she isn’t busy working with planes and passengers over at Tri Cities airport, she always finds a way to incorporate dance into her life. Eva wants to empower everyone to use their body to tell their unique story!

Mindy Woodall

Mindy Woodall

Mindy began her aerial journey in 2014. She took an aerial silks class after seeing a flyer on the ETSU campus. As a theatre student, she had the opportunity to take 2 semesters of aerial dance at ETSU and fell in love with aerial arts. She graduated with a BA in theatre and a BS in chemistry in 2017. She rejoined the NOCA family in 2019 after an extended break to focus on her daughter that was born in 2016. She loves the relationships she’s created through the studio and the escape it provides from her day job. She is employed at Nuclear Fuel Services where she is also a part of their emergency response team.

Paige Watson

Paige Watson

Paige began her pole journey in 2013 when she was driven by a love of dance and movement and decided to take a pole dance class on a whim. After a single private lesson at Sheer Inspiration Pole Fitness in Knoxville, she was hooked. Completely enraptured by the grace, athleticism, and beauty of the sport, Paige began taking classes regularly and competed in her first pole competition less than a year after she began dancing. Her strength and passion for dance blossom whenever she’s on stage, and she looks forward to planning more performances in the future. She is thoroughly excited to share her passion for pole with others, hoping they will discover the self-love journey and body positivity that accompany the sport.