The Latest interview is Marion Crampe from France. She has been a amazing dancer all her life, so she picked up pole dancing so easily. She has performed at some amazing places and I have attached my favourite video of her on the beach. This is what Marion has to say.
Born in 1983 in Lourdes, France, Marion started her career at a young age with classic ballet & ballet jazz. Later she discovered street jazz and hip hop.
In 2009, she entered the first French Pole Dance Competition where she won the third place and sponsor choice. In the 2010, she won the first runner place. In September 2010, she was selected to perform in the showcase of POLE ART Competition in Stockolm.
Since October 2010, she is the leading teacher at MILAN POLE DANCE STUDIO contributing to pole dance expansion in Italia and in the world.
Marion is now working on her acrobatic skills with hoop.
She is an active member of the French Pole Dance Team, a group of the best French pole dancers.
She participated to the POLE DANCE SUMMER CAMP‘s second edition in St Marteen with the world top pole dancers and will teach to the first week of the POLE DANCE SUMMER CAMP’s 3rd edition with Natasha Wang.
She finished in the top 5 after the I WORLD CUP in Rio de Janeiro in September 2011 and took the second runner up place in the French championship this year. She was also finalist in Pole Art in Helsinki in October 2011.
This year, she travels around the world to share her knowledge and passion. She will make a South America tour during January and February and on March in South Africa.
Next steps will be Europe, US and Canada.
– Best Show Award at Aerial International Competition in Bern, March 2011
– First runner up at French Pole Championship 2010
– Top 5 finalists at I WORLD CUP in Rio de Janeiro, September 2011
– Finalist in Pole Art Competition in Helsinki, September 2011
– Second runner up at French Pole Championship, November 2011
How long have you been doing pole dancing? The moment you realized you love it?
The year 2006 was a revelation for me since I took my first pole dance class. I felt in love instantly with this art, train everyday and started teaching six months later.
Describe your style
My pole style is very similar to a dancer because I aim at moving fluidly with lightness on and of the pole with precision and beautiful lines.
“The eagle” (also called Bielman) and “Rainbow Marchenko”.
I, normally, prefer to focus on combos instead of single moves. I really think this is where we can be the most creative.
Tools of the trade, what can’t you live without when pole dancing?
I actually don’t need anything, I am a 100% natural. LOL.
Any hobbies or passion outside of pole dancing?
I love travelling and meeting people from all around the world, laugh to tear with my girls, cappuccino and my physiotherapist which I could not live without.
Can’t live without?
Capuccino, poledance, sparkles… and LOVE.
Growing up I wanted to be a …
Last year my mother found my “secret’s book” written when I was 7 years old. At that time, I wrote that I dreamed to be a dancer.
Favourite things of all time:
Movie: I have a preference for Biopic movies.
TV show: I don’t have a TV I prefer to read books.
Musician: All different styles of music (except for country).
Song: “Iris” of Goo Goo Dolls.
Book: Douglas Kennedy.
Food: Grilled chicken cooked by Dad.
Designer: I like new trendy designers.