We dance in the upstairs ballroom at Salmon Bay Eagles, 5216 20th Ave NW in Ballard. It's a warm, intimate room with a gorgeous old maple dance floor in excellent condition, my favorite dance hall in Seattle (and I've danced around some). Go in the door with stairs leading up, just to the right of the door that leads into the bar downstairs.
Role balance is never an issue. Most of us enjoy dancing either role. We welcome dancers of any gender or orientation. Friendly folks, good dancers. Come join us!
...for dedicated, open-minded dancers to connect with each other more deeply and build more depth than what you get from casual social dancing. Connecting is one of life's great treasures, perhaps the greatest, and any two people can connect if both of them want to. The more two people want to connect, the more they work on that connection, the deeper it gets.
Partner dancers connect briefly with many different partners, and dancers seeking depth focus on those relatively few partners where connecting is natural & easy, inviting greater depth. People we connect deeply with become our dance friends. As we find dance friends and cultivate deeper connections with them, dancing becomes more & more a playground for deep play: exploring and deepening the connections we've made with our friends.
I put on dances to support and promote rich, deep connection. It takes skill to forge deeper dance connections, and dancers interested in depth never stop working to build skill; read about dancing that fosters connection and our workshops.