How can you improve your dancing?
Every teacher will tell you that both partnered and solo Private Practice is essential to improvement.
But it’s hard to practice without a structure.
Our video courses give precise instructions.
M1.01 Showing intention
M1.02 Creating circular direction
M1.06 Lateral walking
M1.09 Tiny steps
M1.10 Walking improvisation
R1.01 Your beauty comes from your base
R1.04 Deceleration and elasticity
R1.08 Flying your legs (voleo)
R1.10 Tiny steps
C1.01 Building an Arch of Connection
C1.02 Communicating intent
C1.10 Tiny steps
I've been with 7 other Tango teachers in Melbourne, Sydney and New York.Your videos give more relevant practical info in 60 seconds then most students get in 10 years, if ever...
Every time I watch your videosyour clarity and accuracy amazes me anew.
It is rewarding to see my partner's transformation...He is more confident, and a lot more playful and creative.
I really need to compliment you on your teaching methods, becauseI grow as a tango dancer very quickly with the MasterCourse, so I stopped doing regular group classes.
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Regardless of which “style” of tango you prefer, all Argentine Tango relies on the same skills.
We studied and analyzed every tango move to understand its biomechanics. We describe motion in terms of position and action of joints and contraction of muscles. We use scientific terms to describe communication between the bodies and the science of animal gaits to describe the various ways four legs can move along.
All of our biomechanical claims have been evaluated by two physiologists, Brendan Roach of Wellington’s BodyLab and Michael Chang of Sydney University.
We distilled technique to a memorable set of just 5 tools. Direct and clear instructions for sublime connection, balance, clear communication, and fluid movement.
The tools enable you to diagnose problems, analyze movements to learn from any teacher or video, and to help fellow dancers.