This is one spin I truly do love. It is easy on the shoulders (most important!) fun to do and a great way to get to the floor for floor work. We called this move tri-poler (yes there was a move called bi-poler I can't remember it fully though I would have to dig way into the memory bank for that.) The pole community may have another name for it I am unaware of.
As always listen to your body and stop immediately any activity that is painful.
Delayed onset of muscle soreness is usual after a challenging workout such as pole. This means you can experience soreness 1-2 days after a workout. Pain that lasts longer than 3 days after a workout likely means there is something in the workout that should be modified. While pole is for everybody not every move, spin, hold is for every body; listen to yours, safe poling.
Aviva has been instructing private clients and group classes for over 20 years. Her passion is pole dancing. Her focus is safe, effective training for the purpose of achieving your goal.