Tango dancer,

Do you know that moment at the end of the tango songs when the music speeds up? It’s called the variation.

It’s the moment when I used to ‘panic’ and do too much, anticipate, lose my balance… whereas tango is inviting us to stay grounded and speed up in a controlled way…

So, for you to enjoy the faster moments of tango dancing, we would like to show you how you can accelerate in your giros.

So that you can fully connect with the music, but also stay in control and tuned into your partner’s embrace!

Click on the video to learn:

  • How to accelerate doing a giro
  • The ‘typical moment’ when followers make the leader fall and how to avoid it
  • How to use the embrace to express a change of dynamics in the giro

We really 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.

We are sold out for Followers and only have 5 spots available for Leaders so don’t delay!


Are you ready to take your tango to the next level?


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5 steps to find power and elegance in the embrace


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