In a world that never stops, tango offers the opportunity to take a moment to let go and be fully present, connected to someone. For the time of a tanda, we focus completely on the person we’re dancing with, the music, and our dancing. We leave the world behind, one song at a time.
Why should you learn tango?
Numerous scientific studies have confirmed that tango not only keeps the body in shape -it also sharpens the brain. Read more here about the phenomenal benefits of tango to mind and body, including how tango is more effective than endurance training.
What can you say about tango?
Tango dance is one the most famous partner dances that emphasizes the vibrant and playful style of movement, rich expressions, improvisation and requires close connection and passion between dancers.
Is tango hard to learn?
Learning to tango is not easy and requires the right skills and teacher. But the basics can be learned on your own, and you can start learning by yourself. With a little practice, you can master this elegant and romantic dance. Once you’ve got it down, you could even teach it to others as well!
What dance is easy to perform Why?
The Waltz is the easiest because it is a slow, smooth dance and only uses four steps. It has a distinctive ¾ timing with a flowing style. Once you can add a rise and fall with your body expression, you will definitely impress on the dance floor!
What is so special about tango?
To conclude, what makes tango unique as a dance form is its embrace and use of improvisation.
Why is tango beautiful?
The tango moves – Take the spiraling of one our fundamental movement, the ocho: it is just so beautiful to watch, and to dance! The dissociation, the projection, the posture… every single one of the tango moves makes you feel sexy, powerful, in control of your body… it’s exhilarating.
What values can we get from dancing tango?
Tango teaches you to feel the present with every muscle in your body. It teaches you that you can be graceful, you can accept other people in your personal space, you can let go and be in the moment.
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