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Our Approach

The true soul of Argentine tango blends sensuality, sophistication, enjoyment and passion.

We present you with material that allows you to feel the passion of this beautiful dance.

We help you get in touch with the total flow and richness of dancing tango. 

This is primary in the dance partnership, and is essential to your connection with your partner.

You will learn to experience the feeling of musicality and flow in order to dance comfortably.


To do this, we focus on the good use of your axis, the position of the  body throughout the movement, the  body coordination and balance.

"It takes two to Tango!"



A key element is the good feeling in the dance.

It is a wordless experience of “rightness” about the movement, when the place, the balance, the timing, the embrace, the flow are right, You experience an unforgettable feeling of the dance


Traditional Tango

Traditional Tango is the most classical 2/4 or 4/4 beat dance.


The music is often with a melancholic emotion, and the dance is most diversified with any elements in Argentine Tango. 


It is danced on traditional tango music produced by such composers as Osvaldo Pugliese, Carlos Di Sarli, Miguel Calo...

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Tango Nuevo

Tango Nuevo is a dancing and teaching style.

Tango nuevo as a teaching style emphasizes a structural analysis of the dance. The pionneers are dancers such as Gustavo Naveira and Fabian Salas in the 1990's in Buenos Aires.


 The most famous practitioners of "Tango Nuevo" are Gustavo Naveira, Norberto "El Pulpo" Esbrés, Fabián Salas, Chicho Frumboli, and Pablo Verón.

These dancers have highly individual styles that cannot be confused with each other's, easily recognized as Nuevo Tango.


Tango Vals

Tango Vals is like a waltz.


This produces a rather relaxed, smooth flowing dancing style.


Tango Vals is characterised by its lack of pauses, and continual turns (giros) in both directions.

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Tango Nuevo

Tango milonguero


This style developed in the 1940s and 50s in closely packed dance halls and "confiterias", so it is danced in close embrace, chest-to chest, with the partners leaning - or appearing to lean - slightly towards each other to allow space for the feet to move.


There are not many embellishments, firuletes or complicated figures for the lack of space in the original milonguero style.


Mostly the Milonga Music is joyful and very entertaining.

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