S Factor® is a feminine movement practice – a sensuous workout for body and soul that’s intelligently designed to open the female body into her full, free, erotic expression.
We are the original home of the sexiest, most soulful and intuitive style of pole dance. We incorporate dance, stretching, muscular work, and pole fitness with a deep unique meditation that enriches the mind+body connection.
Come experience this enriching movement in one of our studios, or attend one of our signature national events led by our creator and founder, Sheila Kelley.
All of our S Factor studios nationwide offer private parties for any type of occasion. Whether it’s time to celebrate a birthday in your feminine tribe or you are planning an amazing experience for a bachelorette or bridal party, we have you covered.
Sheila Kelley LIVE!
Immerse yourself in two days of S Factor’s sensual movement journey and philosophy. Encounter your full, wild beauty. All women are welcome from across the globe, beginner to advanced levels ages 18 and up, for this signature two-day event.
Real Bodies of S
We are cutting down shame and stereotype by choosing to embrace our fiercely feminine bodies just as we are. We are the women of S. Smashing the rules. Daring to be brilliant. Unapologetically honest.
The Naughty Provocateur: Healthy v. Unhealthy
Did you know that when you reclaim your emotional, erotic feminine body, the global feminine heals with you? We all have 10 Erotic Creature Icons; erotic archetypes based on core biological emotions within the body. Are all 10 icons healthy in your body and life? Which need some love and nurturing?
How do you heal your feminine? By nurturing every aspect of you – including those that were shamed or shutdown by the dominant culture. This year we are taking you on a deep dive into reclaiming all colors of you and healing each one.
This month is dedicated to healing the Naughty Provocateur Erotic Creature Icon within you.
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"When we reclaim our bodies, we reclaim our stories and our truth."