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This step is part of our Popular Steps for the Social Dance Floor series. The interesting thing about this step is that while walking (caminata) the followers keep switching sides and switching systems (parallel vs cross) during the step.
This series of classes focuses on popular steps for use on the social dance floor. We have compiled a list of popular moves that we have seen used by some of the very best Argentine Tango Dancers. If you travel to Argentina and visit some of the milongas, you will see these moves being used by the Milongueros.
Wonderful video with Sharna Fabiano and her partner Isaac Oboka about the roles of leading and following. I really dislike the terms leader and follower, but agree very much with everything that they say in the video.
My feeling is that the term fol
The Structure of Tango
Part I: Cross Steps and Open Steps
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Introduction: At the end of this class, you will find that no matter which foot you are on or what system (Parallel or Cross) you are in tha
I think it can be very beneficial for leaders to learn to follow and followers to learn how to lead. Exposure to the other role is good for learning what the other person might expect from you. I think both come away with more of a respect for the ot