The color orange is a symbol of optimism and joie de vivre.
It signals openness and sociability. Orange is the color of activity, the color of the children and of all who feel young and vital. It asks us to let go and live for the moment. Orange promotes confidence and stands for communication, the desire for unity and for creativity!
This is our Tango. … Orange!
The Argentine Tango of the 21st century is based on natural body movements so that everyone can learn it easily. We introduce the students with our systematic teaching method to the movements, the “vocabulary” and the music of the Tango. There is more to Argentine Tango than leading and following. The focus lies on the sensitive and respectful communication between the dance partners. Every step opens up countless possibilities for improvisation. It is not about learning sequences of steps nor the demonstration of emotions, but the shared mindful experience in harmony to the music. Besides from early and contemporary tango music we also work with music of other genres.
We understand the Argentine Tango as a dance based on natural walking. As a second aspect also rotations basically make up our dance.
In our classes we set a high value on both aesthetic and organic movements so that we can tap the full potential of our natural movement capacities and enjoy our dance consistent with partner and music -without unnecessary effort and muscle tension. This also includes breathing,posture and an embrace that does not block or restrict us but adapts to the needs and elements of the dance in a specific moment.
During many years of experience as Tango teachers we have analyzed the movements in detail and have developed numerous exercises with which we train these aspects in a playful way. With our method of teaching we would like to promote the continuing development of the Tango. Besides from early and contemporary tango music we also work with music of other genres -depending on which training goal we pursue.