Dear dancer,

If you’re anything like us, you really want your partner to feel comfortable in your embrace…

(Isn’t it niiiiiiice, when people compliment your embrace at the end of a tanda?…)

Yet there are some common mistakes we see (and that we have had to correct on ourselves to) that sometimes make the embrace feel… clunky!

After, the tango embrace, abrazo, means hug! So it should feel natural and comfortable, but we know that it is not always the case at times.

So in this video we give you 3 tips to avoid common embrace mistakes we see, and help you feel more comfortable in the tango embrace.

Added bonus, a comfortable embrace will help with your balance and you will be more elegant, and more daring in the dance!

Click on the video to learn how to:

  • How to position your head to feel comfortable and make sure your partner is at ease too (a good reminder!)
  • Where your embrace should come from in your body to feel like a **hug** 🤗
  • How to align your shoulders to your partner’s to protect your balance and help them feel relaxed in your arms

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

PS: Ever wondered what would happen if you could be completely in the flow and moving as one with your partner? 

What we you could take what we have learned from years of return trips to Buenos Aires, and apply it to your dancing, to not only feel more relaxed and joyful… but also help your partners feel the same?

Want to dancer more fluidly without needing to think too much so that you can feel confident and enjoy your tandas?

Looking to feel the music and the connection with your partners better? 

Click on the link below to check out our Tango Connection & Musicality Retreat – it might be exactly what you need – and register your interest to book a spot.

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