Hey Tango Dancer

Anne here.

If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ve probably heard us speak about respecting the dance floor and the people dancing around us.

It feels like it goes without saying, but, well…

It wasn’t always that obvious for me.

Because I still remember a specific tango night, years ago, where I didn’t bring my best behaviour to tango dancing…

It was a winter night in London. I was 24 and had just started my tango journey… and I wanted one of my best friends to discover that beautiful dance too. I’d mustered the courage to find a milonga, and brought him along with me.

It was in a glamourous hotel in the South Bank, with a long wooden floor, candle-lit tables around it and… an attractive bar at the back.

The thing is, none of us could dance… So we sat at the bar and drank while we watched the dancers.

Long story short, all I remember from the end of the night is laughing a lot, zigzagging across the dancefloor in a fake tango embrace and mimicking tango movements…

Yeah… not so good…

A lot has changed since then, including my approach to social dancing 😉 (and to alcohol…)

And we know that for you too, keeping a good flow on the dancefloor, and respecting the people around you is important.

So, in this week’s lesson, we teach you a circular movement that brings you back fluidly into the line of dance.

Click on the video to learn:

–       How to use the cambio de frente to go back to the line of dance so you always stay in the flow of the dancefloor

–       How followers can keep their posture in the circular movements to stay grounded and powerful in the dancing

–       How to keep the connection in the embrace during tango turns Attachments area

We hope it helps.

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Thank you so much for watching!

Keep learning, and keep sharing your dancing, because the world of tango needs your embrace.

Much love,

Pablo & Anne