Question for you…
Do you ever worry about being “boring” when you’re dancing?
We know, we know. Do we even need to ask?
As much as we wish it wasn’t true, experiencing the desire to be interesting is a universal experience for tango dancers.
Which makes a lot of sense if you think about it.
Committing to an embrace and deciding to share a connection for 4 full dances is not for the faint of heart!
We want our partners to feel loved & cared for when they are in our arms, and also playful and creative, and also express the music… the list goes on…
If this is you, you’re not alone. We’ve been hearing it from our students for years.
So, we’ve created a special video lesson just for you today:
Join us as we share 3 Ways To Add A Sacada In Your Tango Walking.
And we know you’re going to love them.
From a subtle sacada in the normal walk to a big forward ocho sacada, to a fun back leg crossing, you’ll find something here for all levels and all music styles.
Click on the video to learn:
- How to add a subtle sacada in the cross-system so you change the energy of your walk (and how to express it with precision as a follower)
- How to use the upper back to create a back cross with the free leg of the follower a very fluid and organic movement)
- How to add forward sacadas in the walk to express the powerful, sweeping moments of the music
We hope it helps.
Thank you so much for watching!
Keep learning, and keep sharing your dancing, because the world of tango needs your embrace.
Pablo & Anne