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This directory page lists 4 studios in the state of Kansas. Last update: May 21, 2023.
There are only a few studios listed in the Kansas pole dancing directory so far. You'll find each studio's website and contact information below, so you can get in touch directly.
If you're in Kansas City, remember that you'll also find a number of studios just across the river in Kansas City, MO, so be sure to check out the Missouri directory page if you can't find anything closer to home.
Maybe you can help expand this directory page? If you happen to know of a Kansas pole dancing studio, instructor, or party company that's not shown here, would you send them on over to get a free listing?
That way, they can reach more potential students, and people who are looking for classes in Kansas will have an easier time finding them. Thank you!
Ad Astra Pole Studio
1029 New York St
1125 Laramie Street, Suite A
Flow Foundry Studio
301 S Meridian Ave Ste 113
ICT Pole Studio
3135 W Maple St
With only a few studio listed at this time, chances are you may not be able to find a pole dancing studio in your part of Kansas. But all is not lost! You might want to try our off-site search feature, just in case there's a new studio in Kansas that hasn't yet submitted a listing to the directory.
Just type in the words "pole dancing" (without the quotes) and the city or area you want, then click the search button. If there are new studios out there that have an online presence, they should show up on your search results page. And if you find one, remember to let them know to come on over here to get their free directory listing!
Sorry about that. Surely someone is bound to start offering classes near you soon!
But until then, how about looking into some of these ideas that can help you learn on your own at home...
Dance poles for your home are hugely popular nowadays. They're great for those who are taking classes and want to practice at home, as well as for the folks who have to take matters into their own hands and teach themselves.
You can get one too! To help you with your research, here are some detailed reviews for you to check out.
Of course, if you do decide to go this route, you'll probably want a little help learning the moves. Since you don't have an instructor in your living room to help you, here are a few suggestions...
If you've got questions or want ideas for how to get started pole dancing safely, the links below may be helpful to you.