Tango has a system of long-distance communication to make and accept invitations to dance. Here are the three steps you need to know if you want to get on the dancefloor.
You come to class to learn a dance and you soon find you're learning a whole new language. Here's a guide to the tango terminology you're likely to come across in your first few months of dancing.
Tango shoes are beautiful and can make a huge difference to your dance, but there are important factors to consider when choosing your first pair.
There’s no need to buy special shoes for your first few tango lessons, but here are our recommendations for when you're ready to invest!
Traditional milongas have a lot of customs or codigos. They’ve all evolved for physical safety and social comfort, so no-one gets trodden on or offended. It can feel a bit overwhelming, so here's a 101 guide on what to expect at your first milonga.
Tango can sometimes feel like it's full of contradictions. Should you bend your knees more or less, make yourself heavy or light in the embrace?
Here are seven experiments you can try on your own to work towards finding your ideal tango posture.
Not quite a milonga, not quite a class, a practica is an informal dance event where you can come and practice your technique, try out new moves, meet friends and ask the teachers any questions you have about tango.
Have you noticed how everyone starts laughing at the end of a particularly fast milonga tanda? And once you start dancing it you’ll discover for yourself how much fun it is.
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