Louisiana Pole Dancing Directory

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There are currently 5 studios to choose from in the Louisiana pole dancing directory. Last updated: July 18, 2022.

Welcome to the directory page for the state of Louisiana, where you'll find a list of classes, studios, and instructors in an easy-to-find format. All the studios are grouped below in alphabetical order by city, then by business name.

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.

Reminder!

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.

Baton Rouge

Indulge Fitness
1543 Delplaza dr. Suite 3
225-421-6244
https://www.indulgefitness.net

TWRL Pole Fitness
3185 Balis Dr APT 109
https://www.twrlbr.com/

Layfayette

Magnolia's Playground Yoga & Pole Fitness
403 Fenetre Road
337-852-3754
https://www.facebook.com/magnoliasplayground

New Orleans

Awakenings Pole and Aerial Fitness (2 locations)
1405 Canal Street
504-507-0474

https://www.nolapole.com
OR
904 Poland Avenue
504-507-0474
https://www.nolapole.com

Pole Perfect Fitness
333 Canal St. – 3rd floor
504-322-3878
https://www.poleperfectfitness.com/

Nothing in your area?

If you don't see any Louisiana pole dancing studios listed for your city, you can try out the handy search tool below. New studios are always opening, and there may be some that haven't submitted a listing yet. Who knows? You might just luck out!

To begin your search, all you need to do is type "pole dancing" (without the quotes) into the box below, along with the city or area of Louisiana that you want to search. Then click on the search button to get your results. They'll be displayed right here on this page for you.

How did you make out?

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