Norway Pole Dancing Directory

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The Norway pole dancing directory currently lists 14 studios. Last update: February23, 2024.

The art of poling is spreading around the world, and Norway is no exception! This directory of Norwegian pole dancing studios shows the most current listings below in alphabetical order by city or town for your convenience.

If your studio isn’t listed, or if you attend a studio that doesn't yet have a listing, you can add it easily using the Add or Change a Studio form here. And if you need to update or change your listing, you can use that form as well. Thanks for helping 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.


Polefitness Drammen
Hofgaards gate 27

Project Madness Studio
Ingeniør Rybergs gate 101
+47 45 66 08 90


Polefitness Hamar
Birkebeinervegen 21
+47 97 11 21 56


Polefit Lillhammer
Nymosvingen 6
+47 920 56 775


Molde Pole Studio
Gotfred Lies plass 1


Inspirals Pole & Aerial
Kongens gate 17
+47 46 96 60 20


North Pole Aerial & Pole Fitness
Østerdalsgata 1L
+47 41 30 10 55

Sometimes Pole Studio
Nedre Slottsgate 7
+47 21 37 98 08


Sandefjord Pole & Aerial
Torget 10
+47 90 09 09 63


Endless Pole Studio
Henrik Ibsens gate 8


Unicorn Pole & Aerial Fitness
Strømsveien 80
+47 40 64 11 82


Soul Pole Dance
Engevikvegen 91 A
+47 95 75 55 00


Vestregata 27-31, entrance from Fredrik Langes gate
+47 96 88 20 16


Trondheim Pole Studio
Leangenvegen 7
+47 41 33 40 95

Nothing in your part of Norway?

Don't worry, there's still another option. Have you ever thought of learning to pole dance at home with the help of books, online lessons or DVDs?

This section has lots of information to help you learn on your own, even if you don't have a teacher or a studio in your town.

Lots of people who don't have access to local classes decide to get their own equipment to use at home. That way they can teach themselves and don't have to wait for a studio to open up.

If you think this is something you might be interested in, there are a number of helpful resources available. For example...

Online Courses

Find out if an online pole dancing course would suit you, & read reviews of different programs to help you decide if this method is the right one for you.

Books & Manuals

These pole dance training books and manuals are good learning aids, and they're affordable too. Expand your home study library today!

Pole DVDs

There are some awesome pole dancing DVDs available, by some equally awesome teachers and performers. Which one will you choose?

Hopefully one or more of these resources will work for you, so you can start enjoying the fun and fitness benefits of pole dancing at home!