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There are currently 3 New Brunswick studios listed on this page.
Welcome to the directory of New Brunswick pole dance studios and instructors. Studios are listed below in alphabetical order, and grouped by city or town to make your search easier.
If you own a pole studio, or know of one that's not listed here, you can add it easily using the Add or Change a studio form here. And if you want to update a current listing, you can use the same form.
Thank you for helping Your Pole Pal to keep the directory up to date.
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.
11 Hillsleigh Crt.
The Studio - Aerial Arts & Fitness
245 Lewisville Rd.
PR Pole Fit
4-1300 Onodago St.
Please try out the search feature below to help you look beyond this directory.
Simply enter the words "pole dancing" (without the quotes) as well as the city or area you want to search, then click the search button. If there are studio not yet listed in this directory, they should show up on the search results page.
Maybe you'd like to start off by learning at home? There are lots of resources to help you with this.
For example, this page has information on many other ways you can learn to pole dance, besides attending classes at a studio. It's a great place to start exploring other options, such as...
Geared toward newer pole dancers, this set of 3 pole fitness DVDs cover cardio, strength and flexibility training.
These pole dance training books and manuals are good learning aids, and they're affordable too. Expand your home study library today!
Is online learning right for you? Check out different programs, including the pros & cons, costs, features and more.
The most important thing if you're going to learn at home, is to consider the various types and brands of poles that are available.
Once you know which kind you want (platform base, permanent mount, friction fit, etc), you'll need to decide where to buy.
These detailed reviews discuss the different manufacturers, what they offer, their customer service, warranty, shipping and much more. You'll find them helpful if you're thinking about buying a home dance pole.
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.
Staying safe and injury-free may sound like a boring topic when you'd rather be learning sexy moves. But Your Pole Pal says, "safe is sexy!"
Whether your goal is to improve your pole moves or avoid injury, getting and staying stretchy is where it's at.
If you need to work on your pole strength, or if you just want to get a head start before your pole arrives, you'll find help here.