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Hints & Myths about Argentine Tango
       
Welcome to La Yuega, where we promote and enjoy Tango Argentino.
       
Rodolfo and Miho have moved on to Tokyo, after their enjoyable and successful visit last month.
       
There'll be notes on what they did here soon; and they plan to return in October 2005
       
Can't wait that long?

Jenny & Ricardo will be in Cambridge soon and,

for a peep at Tango history,

look up Mingo & Esther Pugliese when they visit London this month!

       
  workshops in milonga  
  Achieve more confidence in the milonga rhythm and manage the different combinations of movements.

Harmony and dynamic of the milonga.

   
  workshops in salon tango    
  Tips and hints to make the dance "something beautiful".

Connection, softness, and leading with energy but zero force

   
 
  or an advance course  
  During the advanced course you will learn how to achieve better quality in the embrace and the movements in relation with the music and the space to achieve harmony and elegance on the dance floor!    
       
Are they for you?
  You're new to Tango but regularly drop into the Cambridge beginner's lessons These courses and workshops are probably not for you; next time perhaps? You could try a private lesson with a small group of people with similar experience
       
  You've done a Beginners course, regularly drop into intermediate lessons, and dance regularly Try the milonga or salon workshops; but don't miss the first one! You could try a private lesson or two with a small group of people with similar experience
       
  You've done an Intermediate course, regularly drop into intermediate lessons, and dance regularly These courses and workshops are made for you - do as many as you can! And if you still can't get enough, try a private lesson as a couple
       
  You've done some Medium/Advanced level courses and dance regularly The advanced course and second weekend workshops are made for you - and the rest can work as excellent revision too! And if that's not enough, try a private lesson or two!
       
  You already teach advanced level Come and see how the best teach And take some private lessons as well!
       
       
Milonga and salon involve close work with unfamiliar partners so do please remember:
       
  Not too much spicey food the night before!

Not too much perfume!

Clean clothes!

Clean bodies with neutral anti-perspirant!

Connection and pressing flesh are not the same!

 
       
    There's more to it than just dancing: OK ;-)
       
 
       
   

For a rough reminder of what they taught in 2004, click one of these:

 
      Course A
      Course B
      Milonga
      Salon
 

For more information, email:

frank@layuega.com  
       
... otherwise explore and enjoy!
       
How my journey started
What you must do first
Getting around
Intertwining those legs
Having real fun
Swirling around the room
No limits
Tertulia Tango Bar
The Cambridge Tango Bar
Circulo de Belles Artes
Stunning UK Venue
Tango's nerve centre
Fun City
Friendly Natives
Close embrace maestros from Amsterdam
Teaching excellence
Teaching fun
Teqaching fantasia
Petroleo's apprentice
Milonga star
My first tango teachers
       

La Yuega is supported by Vecta Consulting Limited

www.vecta5.com

       

2002-5 Frank Morris