The Art of Fluidity

While our everyday lives put some strain on our bodies, the first part of this collection helps you relax before taking your dance steps. The better you understand your body, the easier it is to connect with yourself or a partner. While discovering the movement that is comfortable to you, you will also discover that it is the most natural one.
The second part of this collection is about connection and partnering. Find out how to move and how to stop with your partner, while your feet are at work too. What if the independence of movement of the two of you create a more organic and fluid way of dancing?

The recommended study time for this collection is 6 weeks.

Turns with a Partner - Get your feet moving

You’re on top of it when it comes to individual technique, you’ve practiced your Pivots and your Adornos, but how do you apply them in the dance with a partner? Here’s how.
This lesson is in English.

21.27 min Sacada Giro Lapiz Enrosque

Elements - Paradas and Sacadas. Stop, in the name of Tango

Sure, you know how to walk, but do you know how to stop? And when? Yes, sometimes we need to stop and take a breather even during the dance. But putting a stop to the flow of the dance, either using Paradas or Sacadas, shouldn’t be a shock to your partner, so the placement of your feet and the timing are essential. Find out how to be smooth about it.
This lesson is in English.

13.57 min Sacada Elements