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There are 19 studios to choose from in the Missouri pole dancing directory. Last update: June 1, 2023.
If you're in Missouri and are searching for a studio where you can take pole classes, you're in the right place! This directory can help you get connected.
Below, you'll find a list of Missouri pole dancing studios, shown in alphabetical order by city or town for your convenience. Just check the contact information provided for each studio, then you can get in touch to register for your first set of classes, or book that pole party you've been planning.
If you own or attend a studio that isn’t yet 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.
11726 St Charles Rock Rd Ste A
Muse Pole Fitness
3605 S. Providence Ste. 4
12785 New Halls Ferry Rd
Girlfriends Fitness Boutique
2915 E. 17th Street
Alchemy Space Pole and Fitness
524 Walnut St. Suite 340
Pole Fitness Studio at Shelia's Closet
13107 E State Rte 350
Pole Worx Fitness
1611 Genessee St Suite 200
Polga Pole Yoga
Blue Ridge Blvd
The Stiletto Gym
6133 Blue Ridge Blvd
Nauti Girl Fitness
250 Racquet Club Dr
Cloud Nine Aerial Arts
1100 and 1157 SE Century Drive
11974 Dorsett Rd (inside PF Personal Training)
Pink Lemon Studio
1708 W Terra Ln
Nauti Girl Fitness
4427 Osage Beach Pkwy
Springfield Aerial Fitness
2811 E Galloway, Suite C
Michelle Mynx Academy of Pole Dance
3190 Grand Boulevard
3963 Old Hwy 94 S (Inside Dudas Fitness)
The Pole Barn
189 Surrey Drive
1158 Clock Tower Plaza
If you can't find a nearby studio in the listings above, you can always try the nifty search feature below to cast a wider net. It's quick and easy to use!
Just type "pole dancing" without the quotes, into the box below. Also include your city or county to help pinpoint your target area. Then just hit the search button.
If there are any new studios in Missouri, or ones that haven't yet submitted their details to our directory, they'll turn up in your search (assuming they have a website of course) and will be displayed right here for you to see.
Sorry about that. Here are a few other suggestions for ways to get started with pole dancing, even if there's no studio nearby where you can take classes...
Of course, it goes without saying that if you plan to teach yourself at home, you'll be needing to get some information on the various poles that are available.
You can also check out these point by point reviews to help you make the important decision about which type of home dance pole is best for you.
Hopefully this information inspires you to start learning to pole dance on your own!