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Dance Lessons

Ongoing classes, private and group lessons with the Gator Boy!

Now offering Zoom and outdoor in-person lessons. For private lesson times (including daytimes/weekends), group lessons, special events, wedding dances, and DJ services, email Sean or call/text 206.860.8714.

Let’s Dance!

From line dancing to couples learning their first partner dance, one-on-one private lessons to large group and corporate events, Sean has a surefire style that infuses joy, excitement, and a sense of accomplishment into any learning environment.

Private lessons are the fastest way to learn, build confidence, and progress in your dance. The individual attention provided can yield exponential results, and with Sean, your learning will be effective, thorough and, most importantly, fun!

Sean Donovan combines passion for music and dance with his great love of teaching to provide joyful, exciting lessons for all skill levels. Sean is a creative, effective communicator, with intuitive movement awareness and a focus on the vital power of dance to delight and transform us. Dance lessons with Sean will give you more confidence on and off the dance floor!

Testimonials

“My LiveStrong group in Everett and I had such a fun time today. Thank you, thank you, thank you Sean Donovan! You’re the BEST!!! Never seen so many smiles…”

— Carrol Bailey, Fitness Instructor

“My husband and I took some dance lessons with Sean and even though we have different skill levels, he was able to work with us individually and together as a couple to move effortlessly on the dance floor. I have had the pleasure of taking private lessons and dance classes with Sean and have been to dances where he was a DJ, and I can tell you, he is one of kind! So don’t wait—sign on—you are in for a real treat!”

— Sharon (Annette) Lancaster, Singer, musician, and dancer

“One of the best dances I’ve EVER had in my LIFE was with Sean…it was challenging and fun and one of the best connections I’ve ever had while dancing… It was as good as it gets. If I could dance like that with everybody, I’d never stop dancing.”

— Sheryl Gallop (Huntsville, AL)