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Impressions after the 48h…

We were a small group of brave women, looking forward to discover a bit more of our femininity and intimacy through the tango close embrace.

During two hours, gradually the bodies were getting more in complicity with the partner and also getting lost into the unknown pathways of the dramatic and passionate tango lyrics.

Is always fascinating lead the incredible process of a beginning group,  that in two hours learn how to embrace, walk together, listen and guess each other… How they change their looking, their body language, their way of listening and at the end I always discover a small smile drawn on their faces. That’s Tango for me.

Sometimes, when I go to the “Milonga” I can not see in most of the couples these humble surrender…

I want to thank the girls with this Tango made for a woman, the tango is called “Malena” and Geraldine Rojas is one of my favorite dancers, she always inspired me with her strong presence.

You have been so lovely, free and relax!! And also thanks to Jaime, for inviting me and for the nice comment that I attach below!

It was a beautiful Saturday morning. Thanks for being there!

Endlessprogress WordPress:

“Getting close with Tango’s intimate embrace. I never thought about the fears of letting go and being close in relation to dance but the initial moments in a Tango embrace can be a bit challenging! However, once you are able to relax and listen to your partner’s body you start to glide across the floor and the beauty of the dance unfolds with each step. We were a group of brave hearts this morning as Rosabel lead us deeper into our bodies and around the room.

We started off learning how to embrace each other and how to be lead. The most important parts of how to communicate with your partner so you can begin the basic Tango steps. Once we were all a bit more comfortable in each other’s arms our legs also became more free and the steps became bigger and dramatic- more Tango!

It was really a special feeling to be embraced in the Tango, I don’t think any other dance is quite like it. It’s subtle beauty and charm, the intimacy….I can’t wait to learn more. Rosabel was an amazing and patient teacher, who was able to give us helpful technical and personal pointers. She brought humor and passion to the lesson and we were all quite thankful for such a gentle, thoughtful and exciting introduction into Tango.”

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Intensive Tango Workshop

roger rossell



22-24 of April 2011 – Workshop for Beginners

We could use the tango to invoke femininity and masculinity, from their expression of dignity, strength and delicacy, flowing through its sober elegance.
We offer the opportunity to approach the Argentine tango with a simple and accessible language, providing tangible guidelines applicable to everyday life. Doing exercises for the physical posture and body awareness, everything to be able to direct, release, control. When necessary.
The work with the embrace it will be highly valued because without this the organic dance can not develop. Giving great importance to the musicality.
We will look for the quality of our artistic expression also cultivating simplicity, improvisation and a sense of humour.
The main skills to work are:

• The importance of the embrace.
• The basic tango walk.
• The basic step.
• The eight (front and back).
• Rotating.
• The correct posture for women and man.
Language classes: German and English. Also in Spanish if it’s necessary.

Friday 22: 18 – 21.30h (with 30 min pause)
Saturday 23: 18 – 22.30h (with 30 min pause)
Sunday 24: 16 – 20h + Closing MILONGA (20,30- 22h)
Total class hours: 11h + 2h milonga.

You can participate in the workshop with your dance couple, that could be great!
But If you don’t have partner you can write us and we try to connect the people who wants to take the workshop.
Maximum 12 couples.

Kunstquartier Bethanien / Studio Zwei
Mariannenplatz 2
10997 Berlin
Bus 140 Station Mariannenplatz
U1/U8 Kottbusser Tor

130 euros
90 euros (reduce)
The price include: snacks during the pauses and in the closing Milonga.
Contact for more info and inscriptions:

Rosabel Huguet: