Carolina Echavarria and Valeria Aboultaif, young Colombian pole dancers, perform during a pole dance training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia. Carolina Echavarria and Valeria Aboultaif, young Colombian pole dancers, perform during a pole dance training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia.
Carolina Echavarria, a young Colombian pole dancer, demontrates her gymnastics during a pole dance training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia. Carolina Echavarria, a young Colombian pole dancer, demontrates her gymnastics during a pole dance training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia.
Valeria Aboultaif and Carolina Echavarria, young Colombian pole dancers, spin around a pole during a training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia. Valeria Aboultaif and Carolina Echavarria, young Colombian pole dancers, spin around a pole during a training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia.
Carolina Echavarria, a young Colombian pole dancer, demontrates her flexibility during a pole dance training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia. Carolina Echavarria, a young Colombian pole dancer, demontrates her flexibility during a pole dance training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia.

Pole dance girls

Medellín, Colombia – March 2016

Carolina Echavarria and Valeria Aboultaif, young Colombian pole dancers, perform during a pole dance training session in Academia Pin Up in Medellín, Colombia. Pole dance, a performance combining sport with art and merging dance with acrobatics on a vertical pole, has reached wide popularity in Latin America in the last decade. With dance and physical attraction being a natural way of expression for many Latinas, thousands of women take pole dancing classes in gyms and dance studios, as a form of fitness and social entertainment.

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