The New York Pole Dancing Directory page sponsored by:
The New York pole dancing directory page currently lists 16 studios. Last Update: July 20, 2022.
Looking for pole dancing classes, studios, or instructors in New York? You'll find them here!
All of the studios on this page 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, and/or a phone number.
It's quick and simple to find a studio near you!
If you own a studio that isn't listed here, or if your listing 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.
Near 566 Morris Park Avenue (private location)
Brooklyn's Finest Pole Dancing Studio
1492 Carroll Street
43D 9th St
Dream Dance Fitness
2085 Hempstead Turnpike
Pole 2 Pole Fitness
419 East 116th Street
Be Wild Fitness
138 Ronkonkoma Ave
Shimmy Shimmy Dance Studio
3316 NY-112 E
The Aerial Loft
267 Horton Highway
Body & Pole
115 W. 27th St
Foxy Fitness & Pole
355 7th Ave, Suite 306
La Femme Suite
2364 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard
235 W 23rd St
Aerials Arts of Rochester
1046 University Avenue
ROC Pole & Fitness
485 Spencerport Road
Pole 2 Pole Fitness
400A Victory Boulevard
The Fit Factory
356A Sunrise HWY
If you can't find any studios listed in your area, why not try out the search feature below to look beyond this directory page. Some studios may not have submitted a listing to this directory yet and if so, this search feature can help you find them.
To use the search box, simply type in the words "pole dancing" (without the quotes) and your city or general area, then hit the search button. In just a moment, you'll see a page of search results that match your query. Hopefully there will be a studio listed that's near you!
Not to worry! Did you know there are other ways you can learn to pole dance besides taking studio classes? An increasing number of people are buying their own pole and teaching themselves the basics at home, particularly those who don't live near a studio where they can take classes.
Here are some helpful suggestions that you might want to look into...
If you can't find a studio nearby, hopefully you'll find these other options helpful so you can get started learning at home.
Of course, if you plan to learn at home, the first thing you're going
to need to do is look into getting yourself set up with some equipment.
To help you decide which is best for your needs, check out this section
with detailed dance pole reviews. There's lots of great info there to help you choose YOUR best dance pole!