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There are currently 3 studios listed in this section of the directory.
The most recent and updated Maine pole dancing studio listings are below. The directory is easy to use since all of the studios 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.
If you own a studio that isn't listed, or if you have an existing listing that needs to be updated, please use this simple form to submit the details. Your addition or changes will be made 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.
207 Pole Fitness
20 Main Street
Hustle and Flow
155 Bracket Street, 3rd Floor
Studio X Vertical Fitness
105 Main Street, 2nd Floor
207-399-2473 or 207-215-5251
If you don't see any studios listed in your area just yet, the next step is to use the internet-wide search feature just below. This tool casts a much wider net, looking far beyond these directory listings to scour the entire internet.
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If there are new studios in Maine that haven't yet submitted a listing to this directory, the search tool should help you find them.
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Once you've got the major equipment handled, it's entirely possible to teach yourself. Of course, most people find it easier to do this if they have a few tools and resources to help them out. Here are a few recommendations:
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at home you're sure to have a blast.
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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