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Ladies/followers,

do you still feel a bit self-conscious when decorating in your tango dancing?

Not sure if maybe you are…. ‘disturbing’ the dance?

(you’re not!)

Want to find a way to make sure you can take your time to decorate, express the music and communicate your timing to your partner?

In this video, we show you how to signal your timing when you cross the leg of the man… so that you have more confidence and pleasure to decorate in your dancing.

Click on the video to learn:

  • Why giving a clear signal to your partner when you decorate is **super important**
  • The simple way to signal that you are crossing his leg after decorating
  • When it is time for leaders and for followers to wait for each other

side note: leaders, make sure you watch this video too! This is a simple but important tip you need to know to dance in a connected way with your partner. That’s how they’ll **love** dancing with you.

Tango decorations: How to express yourself when you cross the leg of the man - YouTube

If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to our channel and sign up for your free weekly tango tips at: tango-space.com/blog-2/

Thank you so much for watching.

We really hope it helps,

Pablo & Anne

TANGO CORE™: ELEGANCE AND POWER IN THE EMBRACE Tango Salon technique course for intermediate dancers

This Intermediate course provides you with the tools to improve the quality of your dancing, strengthen your core muscles and find elegance and power in the embrace - for leaders and followers.


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Tango Core™ combines a unique combination of movement training and musicality to:
  • Improve the quality of your dancing with technique and connection exercises
  • Create your own custom training with exercises to do at home to strengthen your core muscles, build dissociation memory, reinforce your axis and develop your ability to connect
  • Practice original sequences to dance socially
  • Learn how you can add decorations and pausing to make your dancing more elegant and sophisticated
You can watch the videos as many times as you want for a year!

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Hi Tango Dancer,
Want to make your tango dancing more sophisticated?!?

The tango walk in cross-system is sophisticated, elegant, sensual…it is also super helpful to change directions in the dance!

Yet it is so different from walking in parallel system that it can be a challenge to do well!

In this video we explain the difference between parallel and cross-system by sharing our special easy tips to make your Tango walk in cross-system super elegant… so you can vary the possibilities in your dancing!

Click on the video to learn:

  • How leaders want to use their torso to signal a cross-system walk to their partner
  • 2 tips to help you, ladies, share your axis and stay more connected with the man in cross-system
  • How **where** your step changes from parallel to cross-system H
  • How the embrace of the man/leader changes too

(side note: your core muscles will work more than usual… but that’s a good thing!)

Easy Tango Tips: How to walk in cross system - YouTube

If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to our channel and sign up for your free weekly tango tips at: tango-space.com/blog-2/

Thank you so much for watching.

We really hope it helps,

Pablo & Anne

TANGO CORE™: ELEGANCE AND POWER IN THE EMBRACE Tango Salon technique course for intermediate dancers

This Intermediate course provides you with the tools to improve the quality of your dancing, strengthen your core muscles and find elegance and power in the embrace - for leaders and followers.


£60.00Add to basket


Tango Core™ combines a unique combination of movement training and musicality to:
  • Improve the quality of your dancing with technique and connection exercises
  • Create your own custom training with exercises to do at home to strengthen your core muscles, build dissociation memory, reinforce your axis and develop your ability to connect
  • Practice original sequences to dance socially
  • Learn how you can add decorations and pausing to make your dancing more elegant and sophisticated
You can watch the videos as many times as you want for a year!

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Hello tango dancer,

Confused about how to go from close to open embrace and vice versa?

Need clarity about the cross with parada?

Need an extra idea to play with the music and add decorations to your dancing?

In this video we will help you do the cross with parada, playing with a beautiful flexible embrace.

Click on the video to learn:

    • The steps of the man for cross with parada… and the steps of the woman
    • How to signal and understand an opening of the embrace
    • When the woman should go back to her axis when opening the embrace (hint: it’s not what you’re expecting…)

How to do the cross with parada... with a flexible embrace - YouTube

If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to our channel and sign up for your free weekly tango tips at: tango-space.com/blog-2/

Thank you so much for watching.

We really hope it helps,

Pablo & Anne

TANGO CORE™: ELEGANCE AND POWER IN THE EMBRACE Tango Salon technique course for intermediate dancers

This Intermediate course provides you with the tools to improve the quality of your dancing, strengthen your core muscles and find elegance and power in the embrace - for leaders and followers.


£60.00Add to basket


Tango Core™ combines a unique combination of movement training and musicality to:
  • Improve the quality of your dancing with technique and connection exercises
  • Create your own custom training with exercises to do at home to strengthen your core muscles, build dissociation memory, reinforce your axis and develop your ability to connect
  • Practice original sequences to dance socially
  • Learn how you can add decorations and pausing to make your dancing more elegant and sophisticated
You can watch the videos as many times as you want for a year!

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Not sure how to do the ocho cortado? Struggling to stay connected in the quicker movements?

Need clarity about how to the ocho cortado’s rebote (rebound)?

Want to add some ‘sharpness’ to your dancing so you can play more? Looking to reflect the music with some playful movement?

We show you in detail how to do the OCHO CORTADO so you can PLAY MORE in your dancing.

**Side effects include, and not limited to: additional smiles on your partner’s face :-)**

How to do the Ocho cortado: More playful dancing - YouTube

We hope this helps.

Thank you so much for watching – there are more and more of you each week, and we are very grateful to be part of this community.

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

Much love,

Pablo & Anne

TANGO CORE™: ELEGANCE AND POWER IN THE EMBRACE Tango Salon technique course for intermediate dancers

This Intermediate course provides you with the tools to improve the quality of your dancing, strengthen your core muscles and find elegance and power in the embrace - for leaders and followers.


£60.00Read more


Tango Core™ combines a unique combination of movement training and musicality to:
  • Improve the quality of your dancing with technique and connection exercises
  • Create your own custom training with exercises to do at home to strengthen your core muscles, build dissociation memory, reinforce your axis and develop your ability to connect
  • Practice original sequences to dance socially
  • Learn how you can add decorations and pausing to make your dancing more elegant and sophisticated
You can watch the videos as many times as you want for a year!

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How do I use the tango movements I learn in class… in a milonga?!? 

Do you find the transition between class and milonga a bit challenging sometimes…?

Do you feel that you can manage in class, enjoy getting challenged and learning with all of your partners “on the same page”… and find yourself losing your confidence when you go dancing socially…?

Maybe you go “into your head” when you’re dancing in milongas, and find it hard to connect with your partners?

And you want to offer a beautiful dance to your partner but you’re not sure how to adapt the movements you learn in class to the social dancefloor?

That’s a very common Tango challenge!

Our students ask us all the time about how they can adapt the movements they learn to the milonga…

And it’s true that understanding how to transition from the Learning to the Dancing is a skill and can have a huge impact on how much you enjoy dancing tango!

Here is what we always say to our students about Using the tango movements they learn in class to the Milonga

In the video below you will learn:

  • The three different spaces that we have in tango and how to use them
  • how to bring the movements you learn in class to the milonga by combining them with your walking
  • What experienced tango dancers are looking for in a partner and how you can relax in simple movements!

Click on the video to watch

How do I use the tango movements I learn in class in a milonga? - YouTube

Now we would love to hear from you:

Do you have a special ‘trick’ you do to transition from class to milonga?

Let us know in the comments section.

Much love,

Pablo & Anne

Are you ready to take your tango to the next level? Improve the quality of your dancing with our online tango course: 5 weeks to find power and elegance in the embrace

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Tango Space by Tango Space - 4M ago

Tango Dancers!

You know what I’ve realised over the years?

That the confidence you learn from being a strong, independent tanguera, shows outside of the dance-floor.

At least it was the case for me.

Once I became more independent and willing to express myself dancing in the arms of a partner, I became more independent and willing to express myself in real life too.

So I really see my work as empowering women to express themselves, and believe that powerful female dancers will change the world (yes, in all humility, that’s why I created tango space…;-))

But at the beginning (or not so much at the beginning in my case), ladies are not sure how to ‘Express Themselves: isn’t following the lead more important?’

I’ve struggled with that so much! You tell me Tango is Freedom, but how am I free if I have to follow?!?

In this video, I’d like to share a ‘Change of Concept’ that changed my approach. it’s a small, simple semantic tweak but it completely changed my dancing.

So let’s take ONE word off your dancing vocabulary, shall we?

You are not a follower - YouTube

We hope it helps,

Much love,
x

Pablo & Anne

Are you ready to take your tango to the next level? Improve the quality of your dancing with our online tango course: 5 weeks to find power and elegance in the embrace

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