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The Kentucky pole dancing directory currently lists 6 studios.
Are you searching for pole dancing in the state of Kentucky? This directory page was created to help you find what you're looking for faster.
All of the studios on this page are displayed alphabetically, first by city or town, and then by studio name.
You'll also see a way to contact the studio directly—either a website or Facebook URL or a phone number.
It's quick and simple to find a Kentucky pole dancing studio near you!
Studio owners: If you own a studio that isn't listed, or if you have a listing but it needs to be updated, please use this simple form to submit the details. Your addition or changes will be done with the next update which is normally done monthly.
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.
Taboo Dance and Fitness
1128 1/2 Magnolia St
Empowered Flow Studio
839 National Ave. Suite 120
Sora Aerial Arts
261 Ruccio Way
1825 Plantside Drive
1940 Harvard Dr.
Verticality Pole and Aerial Fitness
314 Broadway Street
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Maybe you'd be interested in some other ideas to help you master (or at least get introduced to) pole dancing.
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. You can also check out these comprehensive reviews to help you do your research and ensure you choose the best pole 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...
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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There are some awesome pole dancing DVDs available, by some equally awesome teachers and performers. Which one will you choose?
Hopefully these additional ideas will help get you
off to a good start on your pole dancing adventure. And remember to check back soon to find out if there are any new Kentucky pole dancing studios that have opened in your area.
If your studio isn't listed here, or if you see something that needs updating, please let Your Pole Pal know. Just fill out this quick form so your changes or additions can be made at the next update.
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