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APFC 2012 Elite Division Judges

The highly anticipated 3rd annual event of the American Pole Fitness Championships will take place live at the Manhattan Center, New York City, October 12, 2012 at 630pm. Door/Red carpet will open at 5pm. Men and women will compete for their individual gender division for the coveted title. The championships will be divided into 2 parts this year, –Elite and Masters Division. The Elite Division is to be judged by APFA’s carefully selected US based members and esteemed individuals in pole sport. APFA Committee members will pre-screen all submitted applications before being presented to the Elite Division judges listed below. For details on being a competitor please visit the APPLICATION  PAGE. Submission deadline is June 30, 2012.

Elite Division Judges of the American Pole Fitness Championships 2012:

Tina Morelli

Tina Morelli began dancing at the age of 18 in Spokane Washington.   After moving to Western Washington in 1990, Tina continued to perfect her dance techniques and began competing in various local and regional contests displaying her agility and gracefulness on the vertical pole. Because of her accomplishments and winning successes, Tina was encouraged to compete nationally. Throughout the 1990’s Tina set the example for hundreds of aspiring dancers as she brought home the “Gold” to Washington State.  In addition to her countless regional wins, (too numerous to list here) Tina’s most inspiring accomplishments are: 1992, Spokane Regional Showgirl of the Year; 1994, 1995 Seattle Regional Showgirl of the Year; 1997 National Showgirl of the Year; 1997 National Polympics Champion; 2002 DejaVu Lifetime Achievement Award. Tina has continued her successful career and in 2008 she founded Pole Fitness Northwest, a state-of-the-art, 13 pole fitness facility in Federal Way, Washington.  Tina owns and operates the Club, and is the primary instructor.

Danielle Mayzes

Danielle Mayzes, a University of Georgia graduate with a B.S. Ed. in Dance Education, Founder and Director of the Pole Fitness program at SuperShag Dance Studios in Boston. She is also founder and director of renowned productions such as SuperShag’s Pole Fitness Conference and Showcase, the New England Pole Dance Showcase, and the brand new SuperShag Pole Fitness Invitational Championships.  With 25 years of experience in a multitude of dance styles ranging from ballet to jazz to aerial arts, Danielle is a seasoned dance performer and competitor who has trained with top coaches in the dance and pole industry.  Danielle is also currently a UKA certified professional ballroom dance instructor and competitor in the American Smooth division, where she has placed as a finalist in several national competitions.  Since starting her pole career in 2006, Danielle has sought to bring pole into the mainstream as a valid fitness program as well as a respected art form.  She enjoys weaving pole into a variety of dance forms and loves seeing how much pole fitness has grown over the last few years

Trina Davis

Trina Davis a graduate of the Touch Therapy Institute, a nationally certified (NCTMB) massage therapist, and Pole Dance Instructor Certified (PDIC) by pole pioneer Fawnia Dietrich and currently teaching at Pole Fitness Studio in Las Vegas,NV. The combination of dance and the athleticism instantly captivated Trina with the physical art of pole dancing. Now with much love and interest in this beautiful art form she continues to teach and travel attending classes and workshops with some of pole’s most respected women and men. In addition to pole dance instructing Trina has created Tao Pole Fitness which provides the making of personal pole dance DVD’s for gifts and keepsakes.

Pamela Thorson

Pamela Thorson, “I’m a wife, mother of two adult children, a retired nurse, pole fitness/dance instructor and studio owner.  As for who I am, I’m a woman like many, that lost myself with career, marriage and children.” With her background in nursing and her understanding of and long standing experience with the human body, she realised that she needed to supplement weights with some sort of cardiovascular workout, but what she also wisely realized was that her bad back and fifty year old knees were not going to take the stress of cardio workouts too well. So Pamela began to explore her options – what was it that would be easy on her body and also hold her interest? On the internet she encountered something called “Pole Fitness” and “Pole Parties” which piqued her interest and she found out more about pole dancing and soon found herself the proud owner of a thriving pole studio, Total Woman Fitness Center in North Dakota!

Michelle Abbruzzese

Michelle Abbruzzese has been a performer all of her life, from her first recital at age 3, to performing in front of millions as a New England Patriot Cheerleader at Superbowl XXXVI. She has studied a variety of dance styles ranging from ballet, tap, and jazz in her younger years, to funk-jazz, cheer-dance, and pole dancing in her later years. In total, Michelle has performed for 10 professional sports teams ranging from NFL to USBL. Even cancer can’t slow Michelle down. On May 1st 2005, she was diagnosed with stage-2 breast cancer.  Determined to keep a positive attitude, Michelle had the tumor removed, sought out therapy, and continued to perform and a dancer for the New York Dragons (AFL) without ever missing a practice or a game. That year, Michelle was chosen by her teammates to represent them at the 2005 Arena Bowl in Las Vegas, NV.  Determined to keep a positive attitude, Michelle still teaches and performs on a regular basis. Michelle wasn’t only a professional dancer. Michelle has spent many successful years in the corporate world and has just celebrated her 10th year with Johnson and Johnson. It is her combined love of dance and her business knowledge that led to the natural progression of wanting her own studio. After 9 years of teaching a variety of dance styles, Michelle was ready to offer the local community a dance and fitness studio like no other in the area. Disgusted by the egos of other studios and the impersonal treatment of the larger gyms, she wanted to open a place where both men and women could come and feel like family. Together with her husband Tony, they have created Work It Dance and Fitness in Connecticut.

Valerie Rush

Valerie Rush has been a jazz/ballet dancer, gymnast, and fitness enthusiast all her life. In 2007, she took her first Pole Fitness class— and she hasn’t looked back!  Valerie found that this fun, innovative workout offers the benefits of all of her favorite forms of exercise rolled into one challenging, and empowering package with incredible results!  Capitalizing on her Exercise Science studies at Purdue University, and her early years as a certified aerobics instructor, she earned her primary group certification by the AFAA and has since earned certification as a pole fitness instructor.  Valerie firmly believes that anyone can enjoy the physical and emotional benefits that Pole Fitness has to offer, and launched Vertical Fitness Studio in 2009 to bring this message to the masses. She feels a deep responsibility to promote the craft as a socially acceptable, and athletically demanding form of exercise.  “Pole Fitness has changed my life!  From the incredible physical benefits to the unexpected inner rewards, this tremendously fun, effective, and exciting workout is something I want to share with the world!”  Valerie recently took her Pole Fitness physique to the next level, earning a trophy in her very first Figure competition at the 2010 NPC Sacramento Bodybuilding, Figure, and Bikini Championships.

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