SF: Click Your Heels Presents: Lap Dancing 201

Building on the material and principles of my Lap Dancing 101 class, we will continue to build your skill in making the most of your natural instincts, moving on the floor, in the lap, behind the chair, smooth transitions, and lots more.

We'll also learn some fun, simple options to spice up your lap dancing basics, such as hip rolls, hip shakes, simple turns, head rolls, and more. No dance experience is required, these will all be simple moves. This is a slow and powerful style of lap dancing that doesn't require any serious dance moves and certainly no tricks.

If you've taken my Lap Dancing 101 class then you are ready! Or if you are a fairly confident dancer, you are welcome to join us without the 101 class (though I definitely still encourage it)!

This style of lap dancing can be adapted to any type of music you like. We will work a lot on musicality in this class.

In addition, lap dancing can be used to highlight into the feminine and/or masculine energy of the dancer, as well as the submission and/or dominance of the dancer in relation to the receiver.

No partner required: Individuals, couples, and more-somes all welcome. All Bodies, All Ages, All Genders welcomed!

**Check out the 101 version of this class on 7/7:


Please choose 2 songs that you are interested in practicing lap dancing to. Please be able to name the song and the artist during class when it's time. You want songs that

- have a very slow tempo

- help you feel your body, help you tap into your physicality

- Please check the full lyrics in advance! Avoid anything with common triggers such as racism, rape, murder, etc.

- Remember that lap dancing is vulnerable and takes courage!

- Use your common sense and be considerate of your classmates

Not everyone will get to use both their picks during class but we do our best to get everyone at least one. You can also "pass" if preferred.


Please wear clothes that allow a lot of movement but keep your private areas well covered. Jeans are not recommended. Layers are encouraged! Be prepared to dance barefoot!

This venue does not allow shoes. 


- Water bottle

- Layers

- Your 2 songs (see above)


Alexandria has been teaching dance and movement since 1998, including private lessons, small group studio classes, and large public classes of 100+. Her repertoire includes pole for all bodies, ballet for real life, belly dance, floorwork, high heels dancing, lap dancing, Flexibility 4 Life, salsa, merengue, bachata, cha-cha, east coast swing, social waltz, feminine sensual movement, rhythm training, body confidence, non-verbal communication, and more. Her mantra is #whenindoubtslowdown and her rally cry is "All bodies, all genders, all ages: come home to your body". Her teaching emphasizes reclaiming your body and self-love, strength, flexibility, improvisation, and musicality.


We offer a sliding scale, so that cost is not a barrier to attendance.

The regular ticket is $30. This is what most people should pay.

If that would be a barrier to attendance, you may use the $20 option. If you're able to be generous, paying at the $40 option allows us to make tickets accessible to those who need the discount.

So - that's it! Choose the level you can comfortably afford.

If cost is a barrier at any point on the sliding scale, please use the Volunteer List at the bottom of the listing to request a scholarship seat.


In SF, this class will be held at Mukunda Studio, 1250 Folsom St 2nd Floor, San Francisco. Civic Center is the nearest BART station. Please note that this venue is on the second floor and stairs are the only means of ingress and egress to the space. We recommend arriving 10 minutes before the class start time for check in. (No shoes are allowed in the studio space.)

Please do not attend in person if you have any respiratory symptoms whatsoever. Anyone displaying signs of respiratory symptoms may be asked to leave, regardless of vaccination status.