Pole Dance Your Way to A Buff Bod

If you look at and listen to Dionne Dominique (pictured here) you’ll want to head out to your nearest pole dancing studio and learn how to shimmy like this super buff 40-year-old dancer/instructor.

Here’s an idea for a Valentine’s Day gift  to give your gal  and you can watch!  It’s an hour-long, in-home pole dancing lesson that teaches how to wiggle and twirl sensuously just like you’ve seen done at those wild strip clubs.

Not only is this one of the most sensuous sessions, an hour burns mondo calories, firms, tones and reaches and touches that all  important Pilates core.

Dionne Dominique of Dionne Star Body charges $100 for an hour in your home and will offer series discount on request. She brings the pole but if you want one of your own she’ll get it for you wholesale, about $300. You can learn three spins and four sexy moves and 4 floor moves in 60 minutes. 

Dionne’s based in West Los Angeles and will  travel  up to 40 miles.

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What to wear:    Dionne advises yoga pants or boy shorts and a tank top, need your skin to stick to the pole–you burn about 1000 calories  in one hour of pole dancing–it’s a little more  difficult than  expected.  
Will you fall: maybe some do. Even Dionne fell  performing Scorpions (which is as it sounds), need to squeeze, makes you super lean.
   Book a session at: 310-806-2279 or one line at www.dionnestarbody.com

The Diva Does Dodger Stadium

pattiandrichatballpkThe Diva and Richard in the Stadium Club enjoying a sumptuous buffet and mighty fine Chard.

Our friend Tom took us out to the ballpark last night for a Dodger-Astro  game. LA won.  I was a reluctant participant at first seeing that I’m a major NY Yankee/American League fan. But the Diva on the Go is up for anything and this proved much better than expected. Largely due to the company.  It was my first outing to this ballpark and I must say I was impressed. The facility underwent major renovations recently and it’s all good.   It was Tom’s annual Georgetown U get together and began with a dinner buffet  at the Stadium Club   followed by  the game. We had nifty right field seats in section 46. Didn’t get to catch any balls but one did fly close and was caught by a fan. I assume he was a fan as he was cheering a lot fo the home team.


Got to see Manny,who’s pictured here out in the field huddled with other players. He struck out but also got a double.

FYI: the team moved to LA in 1958 but the stadium wasn’t fully operative until 1962. It has seen many changes like a $20 million renovation in 2005 which  added 1600 seats and improved dining venues as well as Martini Barnear the Dugout Club–which we didn’t get to sample. www.dodgers.com.