Recently, we were in in our studio in London to work. And, obviously, when night came, we went to the big milonga he organises on Tuesdays in Central London.
It’s a beautiful space in Covent Garden with a big, square wooden floor, white walls and a high ceiling.
In the middle of the night, as the atmosphere was picking up, we sat next to the DJ and started watching the couples move seamlessly across the dancefloor. It’s always such a joy to watch people dancing.
The level was good, yet something was not quite working.
There lacked a sense of flow in the ronda.
When looking closer, we realised that it was because dancers had difficulty changing directions in the corners: they struggled to find an easy way to move from one direction to the next, which created a bit of “traffic jam”.
We weren’t surprised, as this is something we’ve seen over and over again in the 9 years we’ve been teaching together.
So, we want to help you change directions easily this week.
In this week’s video lesson, we teach you a simple yet super fun way to change directions using… the rebound. We know you probably already know the rebound very well, now is the time to add a bit more of it in your dancing!
Click on the video to learn:
- How to use the rebound in cross-system to change directions 3 times in your dancing
- The most important thing followers need to remember in order to stay connected with their partner
- A fun way to make the follower turn around the leader
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