Passion, obsession and bitterness are all revealed when two bodies join together to dance this electrifying rhythm called tango. Argentine tango dancing consists of a variety of styles that developed in different regions and eras, and in response to the crowding of the venue and even the evolution of fashion.
The Argentine Tango is more than just a dance. It is a pathway to the intimate connection between mind, body and spirit. It is the sharing of a moment of intimacy and understanding with another person. It's a collaborative process, which encourages the development of sensitivity, clarity, trust, and respect.
Benefits of dancing Tango include increased strength, flexibility and coordination; improved balance, posture, and body awareness; feelings of well-being and increased self-esteem; reduced risk of falling and improved cognitive function.
Walter Perez teaches the gentle style of tango enjoyed by dancers of all generations in Argentina. This style is based on embracing one's partner and walking gracefully and is a style that can be danced by anyone. If you can walk, you can dance Tango.
Instructors: Walter Perez