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There are currently 14 studios listed in the Oregon directory. Last update: July 26, 2022.
The most current list of Oregon pole dancing studios is below. All the studios are in alphabetical order, first by city or town and then by studio name, to make it easy to find a studio in your area.
If you own an Oregon studio that isn’t listed here, you can add it easily using the Add or Change a Studio form. And if you have an existing listing that needs to be updated or changed, you can use the same form.
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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.
Pole Dance And Fitness Rogue Valley
700 Mistletoe Rd, Suite 103
Altius Pole Studio
20370 Empire Ave suite C3
550 SW Industrial Way Suite 154
1 W 6th St. STE 102
1121 N Loring St #106
316 SW 11th Ave. Suite 300
Peng Pole Dance
815 NE Halsey St.
2015 N Kilpatrick St.
Portland Pole & Dance
305 NW 21st Ave, Ste 202
The Aero Space (2 locations)
111 SE Madison St. (inside the Portland Cement Building)
7202 NE Glisan St.
Empowerment Dance Studio
354 Belmont St NE (Tippy Toe Dance Studio)
Polemic Dance & Fitness Studio
519 Main St.
Diva Den Studio
8900 SW Commercial St
19352 SW Mohave Ct.
If you don't see any studios listed in your area, you might want to give the search feature below a try. It's an easy way to expand your search beyond this on-site directory.
Just enter your city and the words "pole dancing" (without the quotes) into the search box, then click to start your search. This system is powered by Google, so if there are any new Oregon pole dancing studios that aren't yet listed in the directory, they should turn up in this wider search (assuming they have a website, of course).
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