The PULSE Project serves as an empowering voice for women.
The mission is to shed new light on the daring art of pole dancing. Through performances and community activities we aim to inspire our audiences and begin to break the stereotypes associated with this art form.

Brook Notary started the genre-bending powerhouse The PULSE Project in 2011 after being invited to judge for the US Pole Dance Federation National Championship. Fueled with the curiosity of developing a new movement with the use of pole dance and drawing inspiration from the energy of New York City, she has re-envisioned the performance art to create the newest genre in dance: Industrial Movement.

Contemporary dance, aerial theater, parkour, acrobatics, pole dancing – Industrial Movement melds all these genres into one dynamic, visceral theatrical experience. Industrial Movement is the core of The PULSE Project and in each production, Brook aims to electrify audiences and challenge their preconceived notions about female sensuality.

With over 15 years of experience choreographing for an array of celebrities, musical artists, corporations, dance companies and educational institutions, Brook Notary  has proven herself as one of the most versatile and provocative artists in the contemporary dance world. Some notable high-profile clients include Usher, Harrison Ford, and Liz Claiborne. Her work has been regaled by PBS, The New York Times, and The Village Voice. Brook earned her MFA at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, where she attended on a full Dean’s scholarship.