Pleased to meet you! Anastasia Sokolova an Ukranian pole dancer
Anastasia Sokolova is a young Ukrainian woman who got known after her participation in the television program "Ukraine’s Got Talent”, remaining as a finalist.
Since then her amazing skill at the bar has made her travel the world, sharing her knowledge of this beautiful sport through special workshops. In addition to that, she owns her own academy "Sokolova Dance Studio" and creator of "Sokolova Brand", a virtual store where she sells her own sportswear designs, including a special line for pole dance.
1. How long have you been practicing pole dance?
I started practicing when I was 21 years old, now I am 30.
2. What motivated you to practice pole?
Watch the pole dancer Allegra King movie, she dances to the Marilyn Manson song Tainted love.
3. Do you practice any other sport?
No, nothing else. Pole dance is the best sport for me, and after starting to practice pole I have not done any other sport.
4. What do you like most about practicing Pole?
I really like to combine sexy movements in high heels with crazy and dangerous tricks. I love that I can show myself how I am and everything I feel when I dance.
5. Did you ever think that you would be an icon of pole dance in the world?
Awww thanks. Of course not, first of all I did it for pleasure, to show myself who I am and how strong I can be.
6. Any recommendations for the pole dance community?
My recommendation for all pole dancers is to train hard and get the most out of training, don't try to be like someone, copy anyone, be individual and try to create things for yourself.
Without a doubt, Anastasia is a motivation for pole dancers, with only five years in the pole world she has made herself known for her great skill at the bar and her incredible strength.
In addition to always adding a sensual and feminine touch to all your presentations. This girl is the living example that if you set your mind to something you can achieve it, you have to be patient, be consistent and train hard, and how she herself said: “don't try to copy anyone, be individual and try to create things for themselves ”. Of course we can imitate certain figures and transitions that we see but if we do it with our own style we can leave our own mark on the Polerina community.