Twirly Girls Pole Fitness started out as one small room in Danville, and expanded into the back storage space behind a nail salon. Over the years, more students came, and Twirly got it’s own address on Spring Street. At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the studio closed for shelter-in-place, and with no classes onsite what could have been a small hot water heater leak instead caused devastating damage to the back room.
Instead of giving in and closing shop, a new chapter began with the transition of the downtown space to Twirly Studios. Twirly Tribe Studios, LLC was founded and negotiations began with the landlord to renovate the space. Electrical and plumbing issues were addressed, skylights exposed for natural lighting, and the interior lighting replaced with energy efficient fixtures. An artist brought in her creativity in color to illustrate movement and beauty in new beginnings. Surround sound fills each room, heating & air conditioning systems were updated for airflow and more improvements to the exterior are planned.
Meanwhile, Twirly Studios introduced online classes with the benefit of recordings for student practice, and started preparing for re-opening. The City of Pleasanton, as part Alameda County, has updated limitations for “Gyms and Fitness Facilities” which will allow for classes to begin again. A full re-opening plan is underway, and services will be posted as they become available.
Visit our What to Expect page for joining classes online, or onsite.
Visit our Covid-19 Policy page for information on how Twirly Studios is keeping staff and student safety as the #1 priority.
“I can’t wait for you to re-open.”Neither can we.