Kentucky Pole Dancing

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Have you been searching for vertical fitness in the state of Kentucky? This directory page was created to help you find what you're looking for faster.

Unfortunately, we haven't found many studios in KY just yet. We'll keep looking though, and will add more listings as we come across them.

In the meantime, check out the short list below. If you see something in your area, just click on any of the listed studios to get more information on their offerings, such as classes, workshops, parties, and other special events.

And if you don't find anything close by, be sure to use our internet-wide search feature to expand your search (more details just below).

If you didn't have any luck locating a studio in your area, you might want to use our handy search feature. It scours the entire internet for results that match your query. If there's a Kentucky pole dancing studio out there, this tool should zero in on it!

It's a breeze to use. Simply type in "pole dancing" (without the quotes) and the name of your town or city, then click on the search button to the right of the search box. Your results will be displayed right here.

How did you make out?
I'm guessing not so good if you're still reading. Sorry about that. Hopefully Kentucky will start to jump on board this trend soon! I hope you'll come back once in a while to find out if we've found any studios in your area.

But for now, here are some other ideas to help you master (or at least get introduced to) the vertical arts.

There are actually plenty of folks like you who still don't have any classes near them. Many of them decide to go the "self-study" route and learn at home.

If you're curious about this, you can read about all the different kinds of dance poles for more information on your options. I've also written these comprehensive reviews to help you do your research and ensure you choose the best one for your specific needs.

Of course, if you do decide to learn at home, most likely you're going to need some coaching material, at least in the beginning while you're getting started. Here are a few ideas for you to consider:

Books & Manuals

These pole dance training books and manuals are good learning aids, and they're affordable too. Expand your home study library today!

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Learn Online

Find out about the latest offerings in online pole dancing lessons, including different programs, costs, features and more.


Pole DVDs

There are some awesome DVDs available, by some equally awesome teachers and performers. Which one will you choose?


Once again, I'm sorry we couldn't help you locate any Kentucky pole dancing classes near you, but I hope these additional ideas will help get you off to a good start.

Hey, I have an idea! Maybe you happen to know of a studio or an instructor in Kentucky that's not listed in our directory?

If you do, do you think you could ask them to submit their information to the directory? They'll get a free listing on this page, and more people will be able to find them. Thanks!