Pole Sport and Aerial Federation of Israel
 

The PSAFI is a not-for-profit organisation for educational purposes designed to foster the development of the sport of Pole Sports in Israel. The PSAFI offers institutes and individuals who desire to join in membership for the advancement of pole sports, an opportunity to participate and contribute to that growth.
These purposes are fulfilled through the following aims and objectives:​
  • To perpetuate, improve, and extend the sport of pole sports in Israel.
  • Providing the pathway for Israel pole athletes to qualify for the World Pole Sports Championships (WPSC). 
  • To stimulate the interest of people in healthy sport participation through pole sports.
  • To supervise and administer a continuing pole sports programme for the purpose of stimulating interest and developing athletes through careful preparation and planning, utilising existing facilities, resources, and coaching.
  • To unify and coordinate, the efforts of all agencies interested in promoting pole sports, and permit all interested parties to have a voice in the development of the sport in Israel.
  • To create and maintain research projects that will benefit all parties interested in pole sports.
  • To set in place a format that will be accepted by international governing sporting bodies such as The National Olympic Committee, which will be recognised as being a high level of excellence for pole sports members in Israel.
  • To encourage each studio/club to contribute to and adopt our criteria and offering the same high level of support to their own pole sports athletes, judges.
  • To establish an effective means of communication for the transmission of useful ideas whereby coaches and athletes will be informed of the latest developments and techniques in Pole Sports.
  • To give prompt attention and consideration to valid suggestions on how to improve the conduct of administration in pole sports in Israel.
  • To maintain records and disseminate information pertaining to all phases of pole sports.
  • To train and certify competent pole sports officials.
  • To raise money and finance improvement in the sport of pole sports.
  • To operate exclusively for educational and charitable purposes.
  • To follow and actively support the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and its principles and goals.