So I recently took a strip tease class and I thought, why not share the lesson?
- First and foremost, get rid of the idea that strip teases are only meant for a certain body type.
When taking my first strip tease class I saw a bunch of different confident people of different body types completely working their strip teases. There is no reason you shouldn’t either.
- Start off in the mirror first.
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A lot of people have a fear that strip teases are just going to come off as awkward and embarrassing, so find out what moves look good in the mirror first. It’ll not only make you more self-aware of how your body moves but it’ll make you more confident about it too.
- Pick music you actually like and can “feel”.
Okay this is a mistake I have made. Some people (like me) blame not having the ability to pull off a strip tease on their lack of rhythm, but we all have some, somewhere. You can’t tell me that when you’re really “feeling” a song, it’s not much easier to get your body moving the way you want it to. So choose a song you can sort of lose yourself in.
- Don’t forget the hair.
- Dim the lights.
Not only does this set the mood, but it helps with nerves. Everything feels so much sexier in the dark. If you’re like me, and can’t actually dim the lights, it’s time to break out some sheer material and find a way to cover your light with it. (Beware: don’t put the material too close to the light as it may be a fire hazard. Instead keep it a safe distance from the light bulb by loosely taping it on your ceiling, or if you have a ceiling fan light, wrap it over that.
- Don’t forget lingerie you feel good in and the heels that make you feel professional.
- Enforce the “no touching unless you say so” rule.
The whole point of the strip tease is for it to be slow and to build suspense, so make sure your partner knows you’re in control in this moment.
- Keep it slow, touch yourself a lot and do not forget to tease.
When you’re nervous, you tend to rush through things, but in this case, you need to keep it as slow as possible. Keep your hands on your body and just go with the motions.
- Keep in mind you don’t need to learn all the strip moves if they make you feel uncomfortable – like the body roll as picture by Demi Moore just below– you can do just what feels right, like a sexy walk and a slow shedding of your clothes.
- Watch videos.
Okay I know this is a cheap tip on my part, but there are just some things I can’t write out for you guys. Strip tease and pole dancing is becoming so popular now a days, which means that learning is as easy as watching some Youtube videos, so I’ve attached a few.
Or watch Dita Von Teese do it: