Are you bored with your tango?
Do you ever feel stuck or bored with your own dance? It happens to absolutely everyone. Some of the most experienced dancers sometimes feel terribly bored. Yes, if you always do the same things, for years, you will get tired of them. One of the ways to get over boredom is to practice elements in a "mirrored" way. For example, take a simple sandwich and do it to the other side. If you always lead it to your right, try leading it to your left. Or try NOT starting a boleo with a
Why should I continue to improve?
So, you keep telling me I should study, take workshops, improve? But why??? I'm happy! I have my partners, cabeceo works and I get to dance wonderfully at almost every milonga. I don't need to improve. I'm good enough! Right? - Well, yes and no. There are two ways to be tango-happy. I tried both, and here is my story. I discovered I was tango-gifted early on, went to many classes, started travelling to festivals and marathons after less than a year in tango, got to know and d
How do we invite Maestros?
TangoBETTER invites amazing, very well-known teachers and dancers over to London to teach and make us BETTER. How do we decide which dancers we invite? _____________________ Here is how we pick: 1) INSPIRATION. All our guests are, firstly, a huge inspiration to thousands of other dancers all over the world. The main idea of TangoBETTER is to breathe new life into our tango, so we always look for truly inspiring couples. 2) OUTSTANDING TEACHERS. The organiser personally
Why is a marine shell our symbol?
Have you ever wondered why a marine shell would become a symbol for a Tango Project? Shell of Nautilus Pompilius almost perfectly fits into the "ideal" Golden Spiral. It is a symbol of harmony, of endless continuation and beautiful aesthetic. Tango developments for us never ends, there is no "I've reached the goal and became a great dancer, now I can stop", because you can always get BETTER, more interesting, more versatile, have better technique. That is the absolute beauty
How did TangoBETTER start and WHY?
After dancing mainly socially for years, in the beginning of 2016 I discovered that I actually enjoy studying and working on my tango more and more. It was more fulfilling and interesting to make new discoveries, not repeating same things over and over. What I lacked was a good partner to practice with. I had nobody in London, so I thought, why not IMPORT a partner, even if temporarily? And when you invite someone to practice with you, you should also import great teachers to