Connection and Partnering

Connection and Partnering. There’s more to it than meets the eye: it’s about how it feels rather than how it looks.

Tango is essentially about two people. Yes, there’s a reason for clichés to be clichés: they are true, it does take two to tango. In the previous collection of lessons you learned how to become more aware of your body, more in touch with yourself when dancing. Now it’s time to shift your focus to connecting to your partner. Find out how to move and how to stop with your partner, while your feet are at work too. What if you think of leading not as physically moving your partner’s body, but as inviting and allowing the other to go by themselves, so that with this independence of movement the two of you create a more organic and fluid way of dancing?

The recommended study time for this collection is 4 weeks.

Elements - Boleo. Can you swing it?

Flick your whip like a pro – with Boleos it’s all about coordination and timing. Once you got the move and you’re in full swing, coordination is key to playing with combinations and the rhythm.
This lesson is in English.

19.53 min Technique Connection Boleo

Barridas and the secrets of a fluid sweep across the floor

In this final lesson, Ezequiel explains the principle of the Barrida and exemplifies some sequences you can use in milongas.
This lesson is in English.

8.17 min Barrida Technique Elements