Our teaching comes from the heart
A story of love
Welcome to Tango Space. We come from a tradition of Argentine milongueros and are passionate about sharing our love for tango. We teach drop-in group classes on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday in Central London, and help out dancers with private tango classes. We also organise milongas and practicas.
Meet the team
Pablo is an Argentinian dancer. He started dancing at the age of 18, following the steps of his grand-father. He started teaching in Argentina before teaching in Europe and travelling the world with the Malena show. He is based in London today where he performs, teaches and organises tango events.
Naomi is a well-rounded tango dancer who links her love for tango with her knowledge of body, arts and movement. She has been teaching tango in London for over 9 years. Her teaching style is unique: she never focuses on ‘sequences’ but rather on the the journey in-between the steps and the quality of connection created between two partners.
Anne is a tango dancer and writer. She discovered tango while travelling around the world and since then her passion for the dance has brought her to Paris, Buenos Aires and London. Currently based in Paris, she writes regularly about tango technique, connection and music on the Tango-Space blog.
4 pillars of Tango Space
THE JOURNEY BETWEEN THE STEPS
Tango is not about choreographed routines: it is an improvised dance where what matters is the journey dancers take together. In our classes, we focus on fundamental technique so that our students can improve the quality of their dancing, be themselves on the dance floor and truly connect in milongas.
Without music, there is no Tango. We believe that anyone can learn to express how they feel the music and our focus is on empowering our students with graceful musicality.
Practice make perfect! All our classes include some time to practice, during or after the class. We also organise milongas where our students can come and meet fellow dancers. It’s the perfect time to try out what’s been taught during the class.
Love, love, love. Our story with tango is a story of love: for the music, for the dance, for the students. We take the time to meet each of our students personnally and are always available to give feedback, correct, or share a glass of wine after the classes.