4 sacada tips we wish we’d known sooner
“Learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t live long enough to make them all yourself.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
^smart lady right there.
Mistakes are a part of life, but the fewer things you have to learn the hard way, the better, am I right?
When it comes to sharing our mistakes while learning how to dance, we are open book.
Especially when it comes to technical movements like the sacadas.
These are the tips we wish someone had shared with us when we were learning them.
Wanna know the 4 technique tips you can use to make your sacadas work?
We’re going through them in this week’s video but here’s a sneak peak:
Technique tip #1
Ladies, it all starts in your belly button…
Technique tip #2
Leaders, keep your hips where they are
Technique tip #3
What to do with the free leg
Technique tip #4
It never works without connection…
Okay, we promise all of these will make sense after you watch this week’s video!
And if you want to go deeper, we’ve thought about you!
We’ve created a free guide with the simple exercise we always recommend to our students when their sacadas don’t flow as they would like.
If you’re willing to practice a bit at home and want your sacadas to be more comfortable, click here to access the guide:
We really hope it helps!
Keep learning, and keep sharing your dancing, because the world of tango needs your embrace.
Pablo & Anne
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