Florence Fleming Noyes (1871–1928) was an American classical dancer.
In 1912 she opened her first dance studio in Carnegie Hall and in 1913 she dressed as Liberty at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. as part of a living tableaux to bring publicity for the cause of women's right to vote. In 1921 she founded two dance camps in Portland, Connecticut. They were the Shepherd's Nine for women, and the Junio. She died in 1928.
- The Noyes School of Rhythm in Manhattan, New York (1912-2002)
- The Noyes School of Rhythm in Portland, Connecticut