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Carpa / Volcada / Apilado

In this class, we look at a technique called "Carpa (Tent)." We could also use the terms Apilado or Volcada as described in the video. The technique involves both partners going off-axis towards one another creating an inverted V or an A frame (i.e. Tent) looking shape. Musical Demo: https://youtube.com/shorts/Oyi_TQIHEYE For more videos, articles, and music visit: http://www.tangology101.com ~~~ SUPPORT US ~~~ If you support us on Patreon, you can view our videos without ads and/or purchase our videos to download! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=102903690 

Linked Volcadas, Side Volcada, and with Leg Wraps

 This class covers the material from one of our workshops on advanced volcadas. We look at linked volcadas, side volcadas, and with leg wraps. We discuss the difference between a shoulder lead and a more flat chested lead in Volcadas.

T405 - Volcadas II: Advanced Volcadas

A Volcada is when the woman is lead completely off of her vertical axis to lean forward into the man with her free leg floating forward. In this class we will look at Forward and Back Volcadas with different resolutions such as Cruzada, Calesita and Boleo.

V201 - Vals (Tango Waltz) I

Vals is one of the rhythms that we dance to at Milongas (Tango Dance Parties). This class will focus on understanding the rhythm of Vals, how to incorporate your existing steps into Vals and new steps that fit nicely into Vals.