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There are 14 studios currently listed in this section of the worldwide directory. Last update: June 6, 2023.
If you're looking for classes in your part of South Carolina, the worldwide directory is here to help!
Just scan the list below to find a studio in your area. 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, via a website or Facebook URL, and/or a phone number.
If you own a studio that isn't listed, 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.
1706 Old Towne Rd
Charleston Pole Party
84 N Market St
703 Savannah Hwy Unit 3
Smash Studios Aerial Arts
227 2nd St
Elysium Aerial Fitness
1825 Laurel St
Levels Pole Fitness
382 W Evans St
Sanctuary of Pole
Classes held at 10 Webb Rd UNIT 100 (Motive School of Movement)
The Pole Academy
637 Congaree Rd, Suite G
Pole Fitness Studio
115 Hampton Ave
Goddess Dance Studio
121 College Park Rd
Inversions Pole Fitness
716 S Shelmore Blvd #102
Beach Babes Ladies Fitness Center
607 N Kings Hwy
Teazers Pole Fitness & Dance Studio
568 George Bishop Pkwy
Sanctuary of Pole
Classes held at 1371 Successful Dr (focus.upstate)
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Just drop "pole dancing" (without the quotes) and your city or general area into the search box below, then click to start your search.
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internet, returning results for any pole studio in South Carolina that doesn't yet
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If you're still not having any luck finding a pole studio near you, it probably means that there aren't yet any open in your part of South Carolina.
If that's the case, you might be interested in learning on your own at home, at least while you wait for a studio to open up near you.
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