Schedule & Classes:

Sebastian Jimenez & Joana Gomes

SJ01 – Leaders & Followers Technique – Stability, connection and Circularity   

SJ02 – Sacadas and Ganchos for the dance floor  

SI03 – How to add candencia to classic sequences    

SJ04 – Elements to successfully create Tango Vals 

SJ05 – Traditional Tango Salon steps. & Sequences 

SJ06 – How to turn like Sebastian Jimenez: Turns with change of dynamic 

Maurizio Ghella & Martin Maldonado

MM01 – Back sacadas with rebounds  

MM02 – Planeos and Enrosques   

MM03 – Walking in connection with turn

MM04 – Turns with stops and embellishment

MM05 – Milonga and embellishments 

MM06 – Speed and cadence for musical interpretation

Fernando Sanchez y Ariadna Naveira

Professional training workshop:

Class Program for Teachers and Teaching Professionals.
This course is designed to guide those people, professionals or amateurs, into the world of Tango as teaching subject.

The complex structures of this dance and the few existing guidelines on the matter, makes Tango teaching a particularly difficult task.

The didactics of a social dance has several focus points, but two of them compose its essential axis; the Technique and the Cultural Background. This axis is constantly intertwined when this dance is performed, and both elements combined allow the performing couple to achieve their maximum potential of expression.

Of course there are other personal and circumstantial factors that directly influence this process, but we will not delve into them in this course; however, we will take them into consideration, and will be discussed.

For now, we will limit ourselves to these two main factors, and see from there the different forms and possibilities of this rich dance


Like any activity that is related to body movement, there are matrixes/patterns that need to be acknowledged and executed. Many times we are familiar with them, and sometimes we are not. Precisely, our idea is to differentiate and discern to perfection those movements/ elements (we could call them say, basic or fundamentals), that allow us to work in couples, and at the same time, to work also in relation to the other couples in our surroundings.

The course will be divided into 4 parts, namely: 

    Basic recognition of body movements.

    Functional structures of the tango dance.  

    Relationship of couples and their surroundings. 

    Development of the dance, improvisation.  
Each of these parts will also be expanded into two directions: the first, the assimilation of the concepts; and the second, the development of your teaching method.
In each class, after having assimilated the worked concepts, we will focus on how to approach it to students, in order to be able to communicate in a clear and precise way the concepts to be learned by them.

It is not easy to find the logics of tango in all its magnitude in these movements, but that is the task that we will undertake together, and thus we give our teaching a reliable and safe guideline.

Teaching this dance is not a task suited for anyone, and to know how to dance it, it is not enough. In order to teach it, we must know how to read it, and we are proposing you to read it together


Sebastian Jimenez & Joana Gomes

SJ01 – 引带和跟随者技巧——稳定、连接与环形结构 

SJ02 – 舞池中适用的置换步和勾腿

SI03 – 如何在经典套路中加入韵律 

SJ04 – Tango Vals之要素  

SJ05 – 传统的沙龙探戈舞步和套路

SJ06 – 如何像SJ一样旋转:转变动能的旋转

Maurizio Ghella & Martin Maldonado

MM01 – 带反弹步的后置换步 

MM02 – 单轴画圈和螺旋式旋转  

MM03 – 在旋转中保持连接

MM04 – 旋转中的停顿与装饰

MM05 – Milonga和装饰步

MM06 – 诠释音乐——速度与韵律

Fernando Sanchez y Ariadna Naveira















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