Tobin is a mother, business owner, and pole athlete. She began polling in 2010, and from the moment she touched that shiny chrome, she knew she was hooked! Tobin took second place in the Level 4 Dramatic category at Northeast Aerial Arts Championships in 2015. She has studied under Jamilla DeVille, Samantha Star, Karol Helms, and more. With two Pole Fitness certifications, Tobin enjoys teaching safe and challenging Pole Fitness classes.
Norma Fay holds a B.S. degree from Ithaca College and is a pole fitness instructor, personal trainer, group fitness instructor, weight management consultant, ski instructor and motorcycle safety instructor. She has extensive experience in the design and deivery of fitness programs. Norma holds a variety of certifications and specialty certificates from X-Pole, The American Council on Exercise, Aerobics & Fitness Association of America, Professional Ski Instructors of America, Motorcycle Safety Foundation and others.
Norma has been a presenter for Exercise Etc., one of the country’s largest providers of fitness education programs. Her love of teaching, in many different areas, as helped countless individuals achieve their personal goals.
In October of 2013, Sara tried pole fitness on a whim. Her very first class was at LPF, and it was love at first spin! Sara loves pole not only for the physical and emotional benefits, but also for the glittery platform shoes and powerful heel clacks, which should never be done in moderation.
After just one year of poling, Sara entered the 2014 Northeast Aerial Arts Championships (NEAAC) and placed first in the Level 2 Dramatic Senior category. She leveled up in 2015, placing 5th of 11th at the 2015 NEAAC in the Level 3 Dramatic Senior category. Sara completed her X-Pert Pole Fitness Level 1 & 2 Instructor Training in November 2014. Her pole idols are Alethea Austin and Cleo the Hurricane.
Lindsey has been practicing pole since 2012 and found lyra in early 2013 while attempting to lose (a lot of!) weight and get healthy for life. She tried Lyra at LPF and was hooked from the very first class! By the end of that year, Lindsey had met her weight loss goal, won her first first-place medal in lyra, and found a whole new level of confidence. She began teaching lyra a year later in 2015, and loves connecting with beginner students and watching them grow. Aerial arts, for Lindsey, is the next level of embracing her love of all things creative.Lindsey is a full time art director and designer who dabbles in makeup artistry, and offers private lessons and makeup party events for the Love Community!
She took first place in Lyra Level 1 at Northeast Aerial Arts in 2014 and first place in Lyra Level 2 at Atlantic Pole Championships in 2015, and competed at the Pro Level in 2016 at the Central Pole Championships.