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This week, we want you to have fuuuuun!

How about a movement that makes you take the boredom (if there was any…) out of any tanda and makes both dancers feel connected and powerful?

Nice, eh?

In this video, we teach you a playful combination of sacadas, so you can add power, playfulness and a bit of an edge to your dancing.

Watch the video to learn:

  • How to use a succession of sacadas to make the follower go around the leader
  • How to keep the flow of such a powerful movement in close embrace
  • 3 tips for ladies/followers to nail the sacadas (hint: it’s definitely not only about the men’s technique :))

How to dance around the leader: a succession of sacadas (tango lesson) - YouTube

We hope it helps.

If you enjoyed this video and the info we share on our blog, we would be so grateful if you signed up to our channel. You will get weekly tips for a more powerful & elegant tango.

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. 

https://tango-space.lpages.co/tango-connection-musicality-retreat-in-malta

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Tango is not a number’s game.

Yet there is one number that sticks with us, as teachers, and that we see transform our students’ dancing.

Contrarily to what it might sound like, it is not set in stone.

It can vary. But it matters.

See, we know that when you dance your attention tends to get “diided”.

Whether you are a leader or a follower, you need to think about your body, your partner’s moves, the music the people around you…constantly assessing I your partner is responding

If you tend to find yourself thinking too much in the dance, and having your mind racing through thousands of different things, then this week’s video is for you.

This is one of the first things we work on to help our students feel more connected and in the flow of their dancing.

It’s a simple mindset shift, basically, but boys this mindset shift can work wonders… for you, and for your partners.

Click on the video to learn:

  • How you should spend your attention during the dance to feel more connected
  • Why this will have a positive impact on your dancing…
  • and why it will make your partners want to come back for more

How to be more connected: One number and a mindset change - YouTube

We hope it helps.

If you enjoyed this video and the info we share on our blog, we would be so grateful if you signed up to our channel. You will get weekly tips for a more powerful & elegant tango.

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. 

https://tango-space.lpages.co/tango-connection-musicality-retreat-in-malta

The post How To Be More Connected: One Number and a Mindset Change appeared first on Tango Classes in London.

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Dear dancer,

Today we’re doing something a bit different. We don’t want to share a tip or steps, but advice based on our teaching experience.

If you’ve been feeling that it is taking you very long to see progress in your learning…

Why it is taking you longer to learn: the 2 ways to learn tango - YouTube

We hope it helps.

If you enjoyed this video and the info we share on our blog, we would be so grateful if you signed up to our channel. You will get weekly tips for a more powerful & elegant tango.

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. 

https://tango-space.lpages.co/tango-connection-musicality-retreat-in-malta

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