Don’t dance too much

You might be dancing too much.

Yes, we need floor time, but be sure you are disciplined about using it to improve your dance. .

Better to spend one hour a week practicing new moves or playing improvisation games, than spending 7 hours a week consolidating bad habits and repetitious sequences.

If you really want to go out dancing at milongas often, make sure that you assign yourself an improvement task every night (just one!). Use every different follower, every tanda, to consolidate a technique correction, break a sequence pattern, or incorporate a new move.

 

 

I want you to know that you are not alone…

… neither in your dreams for tango nor in your frustrations.

My deepest desire is the same as all my students and friends … those who have yet to start dancing and those who dance a lot.

It’s partnership.

One thing I’ve learned on this quest, we need to:

Stop Waiting for Partners, and start Building them.

I’ve written a 10-step Action Plan.

Are you ready to find the Partners you want?

 

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