21st-23rd of February 2020
The two couples of maestros who teach during the workshops usually do not—nor do they need to—share the same dance technique or aesthetics. This diversification is purposeful and results in great benefits for the students.
Completing the workshops, participants begin to understand that there is one tango and that different techniques have a common source. This combination allows them to make independent choices as to the foundations of their own way of dancing.
Both teaching couples use similar methodics, which explores the detailed mechanics of movement and leads to the understanding of the origins of movements.
Tango Challenge is the very place where we can analyze how our bodies behave when leading or following, and achieve truly organic motility.