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Actress Sheila Kelley believes every woman can benefit from uncaging her "inner stripper." For her, stripping isn't for your guy—it's about celebrating you!

After playing a stripper in the film Dancing at the Blue Iguana, Sheila became enamored with the movement and the changes in her body from stripping. She installed a couple of poles in her house, and her husband, actor Richard Schiff, didn't object!

Word of Sheila's passion spread, and she now employs five full-time teachers for 250 students learning to strip. "Just because you're a mother or a working woman doesn't mean you can't have your sensuality and your curves," she said.
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