What do we dance?
Level 1 covers fundamentals of tango and is designed for new to tango people, or those taking classes, but do not yet feel comfortable to dance at a milonga (tango social) yet. All are welcome, no tango experience needed, nor partner. Program includes basic steps, introduction to musicality, and specifics of partner dance. It will prepare you for your first milonga and the next level of classes. Level 1 classes cover 6 interconnected, but yet independent topics, that are not in a progressive order. The program is 6 weeks long; you can start classes at any time and attend all six (6) classes.
How do we dance?
Level 2 introduces the essentials of tango you need to enjoy social dancing, covering 8 topics/classes on the most used tango elements to make your dance dynamic and interesting. This level brings more depth of understanding of connection with your partner and tango music. Also, during this series, you will learn tango codes and social dancing etiquette. This cycle is recommended for tango dancers who have recently begun to attend milongas and have completed beginners’ classes before, so they are knowledgeable of basic terms and moves and can build from that foundation. The cycle repeats itself every 8 weeks and classes do not have to be attended in any particular order.
When do we dance?
Moving on! Level 3 is a monthly program focused on expanding tango vocabulary, improving technically, and exploring the sensuality of the dance. Every month we focus on a specific element of tango, exploring it from different perspectives and learning different combinations. This level is intended for tango dancers with up to two years of dancing experience who are excited to move forward in their tango journey.
Everyone, who comes in gets personal attention, feedback and partners to dance with. We help each dancer to work on their specific “weak” points. We rotate to get different prospectives and to improve as a social dancer.
The concept of the Practica:
guided practica with recommended subject to work on. There will be no cortinas, no cabaseo. I encourage everyone to use this time and opportunity to work on weak parts of your dancing. Ask someone in the room if they would like to work on something together. Dance with the partner and ask for the feedback, give the feedback in a nice manner, switch partners and dance with dancers at different level. I will be there to give the feedback, answer the questions, and to help establish the path of practice for certain topics. Come ask me at any time, dance with me and let’s get better together.
I welcome you to join us to make this Practica a friendly, cozy socializing place, fun to work on your tango. Open for new comers and enjoyable for all good tango friends. Please feel free to stop your dance at any moment and discuss the feeling, the move or technique with your partner, switch dancing partners, share your experience and/or questions. Or talk about tango while you have a drink, some wine and beer will be provided. See you Tuesday and let’s see how it goes! Make me feel like my living room is too small for this 😉 and we will move to bigger space.
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