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We keep looking, but so far we're not finding any studios or instructors
in Vermont that teach pole dance. Hard to believe, with the popularity
of this sport growing like crazy!
No Vermont studios listed yet.
Yours could be first!
Submit your directory listing here
We're always on the lookout for new studios opening, but on the off chance that a new Vermont pole dancing studio has opened and we missed it, please feel free to use the off-site search below.
Simply enter "pole dancing" (no quotes needed) and your city, then click to search. Your search results should show any new studios that we don't yet know about (assuming they have a website of course). Remember, if you do find one, we'd love to know about it so we can update our directory!
Still nothing showing up?
We're sincerely sorry about that, and we promise to keep searching. Vermont is bound to catch on to this craze sooner or later!
However, you need information now, not next month or next year, right? We'll try to help you out by pointing you in the right direction.
To start with, you might want to take a look at this page that explains the many ways you can learn to pole dance. It's especially helpful for those without a studio or a teacher nearby.
Dance poles that can be installed in your home are really popular today, and this is pretty much a necessity if you have to learn on your own. After all, if there's no studio nearby, you'll need to provide your own equipment.
If you'd like to do some research, here's a page with several detailed reviews that discuss our top picks. You'll learn about the features and benefits, why we recommend them, and even details like shipping times, customer service ratings, warranties, etc.
If you do decide to learn at home, you're probably going to want a few resources to help you master this new skill. Here are a few recommendations to consider:
Hey, maybe you can help us with this page! Do you know of any Vermont pole dancing studios, teachers, or even party companies? If you do, would you ask them to go to our pole dance directory submission page to get a free listing?
It will help them reach more people, and help us point people in the right direction when they come here looking for classes. Thank you!