Keys to Learning Tango On The Sunshine Coast for Beginners
Learning to dance can sometimes be a self-conscious activity. That’s why it’s important to create a fun and welcoming environment.
Even if you feel that you have two left feet, or two right ones for that matter, you can learn to Tango.
It’s just a matter of time and a little training, which is why a friendly and forgiving atmosphere is the best kind of atmosphere to learn in.
And don’t worry if you don’t have a partner, you can not only ask someone to dance, you will get asked.
The length of time it takes to learn the Tango varies from person to person.
It depends on your own abilities and on how willing you are to let go and learn.
It sometimes takes a while for certain people to loosen up and relax into the process. It’s also a matter of how often you attend lessons.
If you find yourself a bit uptight at first, then listen to the music.
Get into the rhythm and melody and let it carry you from one step to the next.
You should also listen to Tango music when you are not at the dance studio.
The more familiar that you become with the music, the easier it will be to learn the steps.
Getting wrapped up in the Tango, whether it’s in the music or the dance or both will give you years of pleasure and you’ll be Tangoing for the rest of your life.
Don’t worry about trying to find the right CD, we give you music for listening when you come to our lessons.
The best way to learn the Tango is to let the music carry you and to slow down and relax.
It’s not time for thinking when you’re on the dance floor. The time to go over the steps is during practice.
As you open up to the music you find that you can listen before moving and loose yourself in the dance.
Yes, you will need a certain amount of competence, but that’s what practice is for.
Practice when it’s practice time and dance when it’s time to dance and it will soon be as if you were born to dance. Practice is what gets you to that point.
Get the basic moves down.
Loving the music is the starting point, practice turns that love into motion and then, as you dance with a partner, the fluidity and grace begin to flow.
The two of you begin to be of one mind and one with the music.
Dancing the Tango isn’t just about where you put your feet; it’s about all of you. The more that you put yourself into the rhythms of the music and the movements of the dance, the faster you will learn.
By learning the Tango, you set free a part of yourself that you might not have known was there.
The Tango is more than a dance; it’s an experience.
Come learn the Tango on the Sunshine Coast.
Duncan & Cath run and teach Tango at Tango Sunshine Coast and run the web site http://www.tangosc.com where you will find out all the information about Argentine Tango on the Sunshine Coast Tango..