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About Onensa

THE TEAM

Mea - owner, teacher aerial silk, pole flow, stretching

I am Philomea Ruiter (you can call me Mea ;), aerial silk and pole teacher and very passionate about moving, flowing and dancing. My story starts in the Netherlands with my first pole dance class in 2013. Immediately I fell in love and I was proud to be invited to a Pole Teacher Training one year later, after which I taught pole dance classes for 2 years with pleasure in the Netherlands. 

 

In 2016 a new chapter started with travelling and trying to find a purpose in life. I traveled for 2 years before I decided to move to Romania, where I found my love for teaching and sharing my knowledge again. This made it possible to open my own studio Onensa in October 2019, with Aerial Silk, Pole Flow and more.

 

I aim to teach in a patient, constructive, and loving way. With years of experience, I have created a program that starts easy and slowly builds up. This way everyone can try aerial, and grow together with the program. I hope to see you soon in one of the class!

The Flow and connection is food

for the body, mind and soul!

With Onensa we would like to create a space where we can (re)connect, to our body, movements, confidence, femininity and to our sensuality. A space where you can feel safe to be who you are.  Where you can unfold yourself and overcome fears, with aerial silk, pole dance and more.

 

Onensa offers...

☽ Weekly classes of aerial silk, pole flow, heels and stretching. Now and then workshops (see events)

☼ Looking for a fun afternoon/evening out with colleagues, a birthday or bachelor party or a surprising present for a friend, with aerial silk or pole? Onensa offers workshops for special occasions. See the tab 'Classes', or call or message me. 

♢ Looking for a special act at your event? Onensa offers performances, for a very special touch to your event! 

If you have any questions, you can always ask me in person, or contact me on Facebook, Instagram or 0747 382 892.

Agnes - teacher aerial silk

My name is Agnes. I started learning aerial silk almost 3 years ago (February 2019). By then I knew what aerial silk was, because I watched a Cirque du Soleil show before and instantly fell in love with the sport.

 

I didn't dare to imagine that I could learn it, though. Turns out, a cocktail of an experienced teacher, carefully developed teaching methods, encouragement, patience and perseverance can lead you further than you've ever imagined.

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