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Looking for Iowa pole dancing classes, workshops or private instruction? Or perhaps a unique (vertical!) bachelorette or stagette party idea?
This directory of studios, instructors and party companies in the state of Iowa should help you out.
All the studios are listed below in alphabetical order by city or town for your convenience. You'll also find contact information and website or Facebook page for each studio, to help you get in touch easily.
If your studio isn’t listed, you can add it easily using the Add or Change a Studio form here. You can use the same form if you need to update or change an existing listing.
It's a good idea to call ahead if you plan to visit one of these studios. Hours of operation and class schedules have been omitted from the directory purposefully, because these can and do change frequently.
Save yourself a trip and call ahead.
605 SE Delaware Ave, Suite C
Aerial Elegance Academy
5412 Center Point Road Northeast
Pole Haus Fitness
3548 Brady St
2700 University Ave, #332
If there are no studios listed in your area, please try out the search feature below, to broaden your search and locate any studios that aren't yet listed here.
Just type in the words "pole dancing" (without the quotes) and your city, county, or area, then hit the search button. If there are studios or teachers out there that aren't yet listed in this directory this should help you find 'em!
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