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The Maryland pole dancing directory currently has 15 listings to choose from. Last update: May 27, 2023.
The most current list of Maryland pole dancing studios is below, shown in alphabetical order by city or town for your convenience.
Just scroll down to find a studio in your area, then look for their contact information just below their studio name. You'll find a phone number and/or website so you can reach the studio directly.
If your studio isn’t listed in this directory yet, you can add it easily using the Add or Change a Studio form here. You can also use that form if you already have a listing but you need to update or change it.
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.
Poetry in Motion PoleSalon
4030 W Garrison Ave Suite B
Pole Foundations Baltimore
610 E 25th St.
Pole Plus Studio
1430 Joh Ave. Suite D
1700 Joan Ave
Vertical Dance Co.
20865 Callaway Village Way, Unit 2
Rise Above Aerial Arts
6822 Oak Hall Ln Suite C
2D Pole & Fit
11392 Livingston Road
Luna Aerial Dance and Performing Arts
4750 Winchester Blvd. Suite 7
Phoenix Rising Movement Arts
5714 Industry Ln Unit D
Extreme Pole Fitness Studio
700 Frederick St.
Live Out Loud/Pole Prodigy Studio
5 N Maple Ave.
1700 Joan Ave
My Body Shop
6001-66th Ave, #102
Divas and Dolls Fitness
4580 Beech Road
9401 Croom Acres Terrace
301 882 8899
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