Employees

  • Halldóra Kröyer
  • Halldóra is the owner of Pole Sport.

    She was introduced to pole in 2006. She opened her first studio, XForm in 2010, but sold her share of it and opened Pole Sport in 2011. She completed her personal trainers degree in 2008 and Yoga Aliance teachers degree in 2009.

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  • Jóhanna Sif Þórðardóttir
  • Jóhanna started working at Pole Sport in 2011, both as a Yoga and Pole Fitness instructor.

    Jóhanna is a goldsmith/jeweller and a poleartist.

    She finished her Yoga instructors seminar in 2009 from Ásta Arnardóttir. In 2013 she got her TRT instructors permit and in 2014 she completed, Intermediate instructors for Pole Fitness, seminar from Spin City in Britain.

    Jóhanna practiced ballet, Jazz ballet and Modern dancing before starting pole.

  • Eva Margrét Sigmundardóttir
  • Eva Margrét started working at Pole Sport in 2012 as a Pole instructor.

    She has a good background in pole and belly-dancing but she started training at Magadanshúsið in 2006 and at Happy Eyes studio in 2008.
    Eva started training pole at Pole Sport in 2011 and in 2012 she took a Polefitness instructors class at North Pole studios in Sweden.

  • Magnea Íris Jónsdóttir
  • Magnea started working for Pole Sport in 2012.

    She has many years experience in acrobatics, such as silk, lyra, trapezoid, pole, hammock and acro. She studied at Orlando Circus Arts school, Antigravity Orlando, EAAC in Edinborough and has a teachers certificate from Vault Aerial Arts Houston. She finished Anatomy and Physiology course from Spin City árið 2017.

    Magnea has taken part in Circus Askja, both in the shows and as a teacher.

  • Guðný Ósk Sigurðardóttir
  • Guðný Ósk has worked at Pole Sport since september 2015.

    Guðný is from Akureyri. She finished high school in 2011, with an emphesis on natural science.
    In 2012 she moved to Reykjavik and started studying Biology at Iceland University, graduating from there in 2015. Today she works at Alvogen.
    She started pole fitness in Akureyri in 2012 but when she moved to Reykjavik she began practicing at Pole Sport and has been there on and off since.
    Guðný has twice competed in Model Fitness with good results.

    Certifications:
    Pole Dance Instructor Certification (Levels 1-4) from PoleandAerial.com

    Competitions and places:
    8th place Model Fitness Iceland-Cup 2013
    1st place in Pole Sport Inn-house competition, intermediate level 2014
    3rd place Model Fitness Icelandic championship 2016
    2nd place IAAC achievement level 2018

  • Kristrún Sveinbjörnsdóttir
  • Kristrún started working at Pole Sport in march 2015.

    Kristrún completed her personal trainers degree in 2013 and her group-session trainers rights in 2014.

    Now she works at Perform as a sales representative and as an online-trainer.

    She used to practice and compete in ballroom dancing, for 8 years, both abroad and in Iceland, with good results. She also trained for Fitness and has participated both in Icelandic and American competitions with excellent results, but she was the Icelandic youth fitness champion in 2012.

    Competitions and places :

    1st place in Pole Fit Open 2015, beginners level.

    2nd place in Pole Sports Inn-house tournament 2015, intermediate level.

    2nd place in the Iron-X 2015 competition.

    5th place in Pole Fit Open 2016, achievement level.

    1st place in Pole Sports Inn-house tournament 2017, achievement level.

    2nd place in Pole Fit Open 2017, achievement level.

    1st place in the Iron-X 2018 competition.

    1st place in IAAC 2018, achievement level.

  • Sól Stefánsdóttir
  • Sól started working at Pole Sport in the fall of 2016.

    Sól started pole in 2014. She teaches both private and group classes. She had been practicing gymnastics for 10 years before she started pole and is also a gymnastics trainer and a judge.

    She competed after only 4 months at Pole Sports inn-house competition and won. Now she has taken part in competitions both here and abroad.

    Competitions and places:

    1st place in Pole Sport inn-house competition 2014, beginners level.

    2nd place in European champ. Praag 2014.

    1st place in Iron X 2015.

    1st place in Pole Fit Open 2015, achievement level.

    1st place in Pole Sport inn-house competition 2015, achievement level.

    Pole art in Cyprus 2015, achievement level.

    1st place Pole Fit Open 2016, achievement level.

    1st place Pole Fit Open 2017, achievement level.

  • Rakel
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  • “Ástý” Ásthildur Björnsdóttir
  • Ástý started working for Pole Sport in 2016.

    She is in book keeping, event setup, web site maintenance etc.

    She bacame a stay-at-home mom between 2001 and 2012 but finished a seminar in book keeping from NTV in 2007.

    She started ballroom-dancing with her husband in 2010 and they were Icelandic champions in Senior Standard category in 2011 and 2012 but after starting pole in 2016 there was no going back.

    Competitions and places:

    1st place in IAAC Senior level 2018

  • (Icelandic) Kristlind Viktoría Leifsdóttir Sörensen
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  • (Icelandic) Anna Margrét Gunnarsdóttir
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  • (Icelandic) Karina Gerszberg
  • Karina started working for Pole Sport in 2017.

    Karina is a pole artist from Poland and she owned a gym and a pole studio there before she moved to Iceland in 2017.

    Karina teaches classes in polish which we call Pole-ish Dance.

  • Júlía Guðmundsdóttir
  • Júlía started working for Pole Sport in 2017.

    Competitions and places:
    3rd place Pole Sport inn-house comp. 2017

  • Auður Ragnarsson
  • Auður started working at Pole Sport in january of 2018.

    She is a dancer and a danceteacher.

    (Auður byrjaði að æfa hjá Pole Sport í mars 2017 . Hún er dansari og danskennari að mennt. Auður útskrifaðist af nútímalistdansbraut frá Klassíska Listdansskólanum 2006. Hún lauk BFA gráðu í samtímadansi og danssmíðum frá Concordia Háskóla í Montréal í Kanada 2013 og M.Art.Ed gráðu frá Listaháskóla Íslands 2016.)

    Competitions and places:
    2nd place Pole Sport inn-house comp. beginners level 2017

  • (Icelandic) Ástrós Steingrímsdóttir
  • Ástrós started working at Pole Sport in 2017.

    She teaches Lyra en used to practice gymnastics at Gerpla, for 10 years, in addition to train there before she started practicing acrobatics in 2012. Then she started doing acrobatic- Silk with Sirkus Askja. In 2014 she moved to Amsterdam, where she practiced Lyra, Silk and Acro.

    Ástrós has completed both trainer and judge seminar from FSÍ and is set on completing a Lyra- trainer seminar from Spin City. She has performed in multiple events, such as annual celebrations, Pole Fit Open and events held by Rauðaskáldhúsið.

  • Aníta Rós Kingo Andersen
  • Rakel Rún Reynisdóttir
  • Rakel Rún started working for Pole Sport in 2018.

    She started practicing on the pole in 2012.

  • Carissa Baktay
  • Carissa Baktay is an artist from Canada , joining Pole Sport in 2018.

    She started pole dancing in 2006 and started teaching in Canada in 2008. Since then her pole journey has taken her to studios all over Canada, the USA, Italy, Portugal and now Iceland! She took a short break from pole dance and followed her love of fitness to Olympic Weightlifting where she competed Nationally for two years before dedicating herself to coaching a women’s team in both Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit. Since her knee replacement surgery last year, Carissa has been focusing again on pole with an emphasis on holistic wellness, core strengthening, safe recovery and integrating dance and sensual movement.

  • Nanna Yngvadóttir
  • Nanna started working at Pole Sport in September 2018.

    She started pole in 2009 at Heilsuakademían. She started working there and took her teachers degree and later went over to Ice Pole, where she tought until she moved to Denmark and started working for a Polefreestyle studio. At the end of 2013 she took a 5 year break to deal with a busy life and to have a child.

    Certifications:
    Instructors permit 2011, Guðrún Lára Sveinbjörnsdóttir.
    Instructors permit 2013 Denmark, Camilla Marienhof.

    Competitions and places:
    Icelandic champion, Polefreestyle 2010