Tango performers maintain excellent posture and poise, and exhibit incredible confidence. Holding each other close and responding to each other’s bodies with finesse, confidence in the tango always shines through.
When everyday people think of the tango they often imagine a beautiful woman with a rose in her mouth, dancing romantically with an attractive partner. Indeed, the tango is a passionate and dramatic dance but it’s also more complex than people realize. It’s a technical but very entertaining dance that has cultural Latin American origins.
Written in 4/4 time. Should be played at a tempo of 30-33 measures per minute.
The Benefits of Tango
Build Relationships: performing the tango requires trust and friendship between partners, making it a great dance for couples who want to strengthen their relationship.
Increase Your Focus: the physical activity and partnered movements involved in tango will increase your ability to focus for longer periods of time.
Improve Your Self-Confidence: tango requires confidence and passion. If you lack self-confidence, tango lessons will teach you how to act steadfast and strong.