Updated - March 22, 2020

206-334-7496  michelle@michellebadion.com

All my classes are canceled for now.
Wednesday at Om, Thursday at U-Heights and Sunday at La Garua

I am hoping that when we have more testing and understanding, that we can start to dance without fear. 

Private lessons are also canceled.

Weekly Classes by Michelle
All canceled in March 

Argentine Tango Intermediate Level
Om Culture - 2210 Pacific St
6:30-7:30 Beginning Tango
7:30-8:30  Fun moves for social dance.  
followed by Tango Misto from 8:30-11:30

7:00-8:00 Beginning and Beyond Tango
(no experience or partner needed, start anytime)
$15 per class or 4 classes for $40
8:00-9:00 Tango Int. / Adv. for Social Tango
5031 University Way NE, University Heights Center
Take your tango to the next level.
Both classes for just $20 or $15 per class. 
Seattle Tango Calendar

2nd and 4th Sundays
Close Embrace Tango for Int. & Adv. Dancers
4:30-5:30  The Polish Home (1714 18th Ave)
followed by La Garua of Seattle 5:30-9:30.  $20 for both.

Private Lessons are still available
Are a great way to learn to dance, or improve your skills
 or get ready for a special event. 
They are $80 per hour and held at 1320 NE 63 St. 
Call, text or email to get started!

La Juan D'Arienzo is Canceled

Thanks to Seattle's very generous community we are able to donate $2,600 to LJD!

Richard wrote a book!
"Wine and Health: Making sense of the new science and what it means for wine lovers"
It's a great read, but it needs reviews.  
You can find it on amazon and in some bookstores.

Michelle Badion

Check out my Facebook page, please like it!
It's called "learn to dance with Michelle Badion"
loads of cool dance video and pictures. 

Challenge to all Vets in the Seattle area 
come to any beginning group class and learn to dance for free!

Current Announcements:

Private lessons are a great way to learn
I also love working with wedding couples!
They are $80 per hour and held at my studio at 1320 NE 63rd St Seattle 98115
Call 206-334-7496 to make an appointment.

Don’t let your dancing go viral (or how to cope with the corona virus outbreak without skipping class)
The recent corona virus outbreak is of legitimate concern for students in group dance classes and social gatherings. Dancing, because of the close physical contact, is an especially important consideration.  According to my doctor husband Richard, the number of corona virus (CoVid-19) cases is expected to increase substantially. Most of these will not be severe, and will only be a significant threat to those with chronic medical conditions. I certainly don’t want to place any of my students at risk but also don’t want to over-react. For that reason, at the present time I will not be cancelling classes or events. Common sense advice includes:
                                 Stay home if you are sick
                                 Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth when in close contact with others
                                 Avoid close contact with people who are sick
                                 Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
                                 Get a flu shot if you haven’t already. The CDC estimates that there are millions of cases of the flu every year, and tens of thousands of deaths in the U.S. alone.
                                 Use hand sanitizer. I will try to have some available at every class and event.

Dancing is such an important part of physical and mental well-being, and of life! 

Save the Dates!
 1. La Juan D'Arenzo March 15 and 16 at Club Sur.  

2.  I will be teaching in Tri-Cities 17-19.

3. Liz and Yannick are coming back to Seattle May 6-11!  
4. Patricio and I are planning a fun event July 31 - Aug. 3.  Stay
tuned for more info. and keep that weekend open. 
5. Eduardo will be doing Re-Boot camp again over Thanksgiving!  
6. The showcase will be Dec. 5th and it's not too early to start dreaming about a number!

YES - Free dance classes for all Vets
Please help spread the word.
I would love classes full of Vets from any war and current service men and women.

HELP - If you have enjoyed taking class from me could you write a quick review on Yahoo or Yelp or Facebook or whatever you use.  I love to teach and dance, but marketing is not so fun for me.

Michelle Badion

Learn to dance today!

Michelle Badion has been teaching partner dancing, full time in the Seattle area since 1989. She loves to dance, perform and most of all to teach. She has a way of making dancing accessible and fun for everyone. Michelle specializes in Argentine Tango, Salsa and West Coast Swing, but also loves to teach Waltz, Country, East Coast Swing, Cha Cha, Night Club 2-Step, Cumbia and Bachata.

Services include:

  • Group Dance Lessons
  • Private Classes
  • Performances in Argentine Tango, Salsa, and Swing
  • Wedding Preperation Lessons
  • Choreography
  • Show and Cabaret Production
  • Gift Certificates for group and private lessons