All workshops have a duration of 90 minutes for each lesson and the maximum number of participants per workshop is made up of 20 couples.
The workshops are slit per level. Beginner (0 – 24 months), Intermediate (24 – 60 months), Advanced (over 60 months).
For a better quality in your learning process we strongly recommend you choose workshops taking into account your tango experience.

Beginner/All-level

Miguel Angel Zotto and Daiana Guspero:
1. The progression of Tango: Its history and the main characters – ALL LEVEL
2. Forms of Balanceo: Alternative ways to walk. How to start new step patterns with either foot in any direction. Create elegant figures in one side and functional on the other, depending on the space – ALL LEVEL
3. La Historia del abrazo: Comfortable and flexible embrace and / or close embrace – ALL LEVEL

Ivan Terrazas and Sara Grdan:
1.The ‘Push’ – how to use the laws of physics to your advantage! – ALL LEVEL
2.Posture, balance, quality of movement and comfort in the open and close embrace; exercises and simple steps for improving connection and continuity of movement for the couple– ALL LEVEL

Murat Elmadaglic and Ilgin Tetickan
1.Start of close embrace, technique, feeling and improvement – ALL LEVEL
2.A dynamic ocho cortado – ALL LEVEL


Intermediate workshops:

Miguel Angel Zotto and Daiana Guspero:
1. Main secretes of the lead – INT
2. Anticipation: Create and occupy the space of the other – INT
3. Musicality and Interpretation in Tango: Dance with rhythm, melody, accents, phrase and pause, body language – INT

Ivan Terrazas and Sara Grdan:
1. The Pivot – an essential part of men’s and women’s technique; individual and partner exercises to improve 98% of your dance – INT
2. Variations on a theme: forward steps (forward ochos, sacadas, rebotes y boleos) – INT – ADV
3. Variations on a theme: back steps (back ochos, sacadas, rebotes y boleos) – INT – ADV

Murat Elmadaglic and Ilgin Tetickan:
1. The study of open but very close embrace; tension points, embrace hints, active points in embrace – INT
2. The study of back sacada for man and woman – INT


Advanced:

Miguel Angel Zotto and Daiana Guspero:
1. Enrosque technique – ADV
2. How to lead and follow sacadas – ADV

Ivan Terrazas and Sara Grdan:
1. Variations on a theme: forward steps (forward ochos, sacadas, rebotes y boleos) – INT – ADV
2. Variations on a theme: back steps (back ochos, sacadas, rebotes y boleos) – INT – ADV
3. Generating and playing with oppositions within the couple to prepare for explosive or very slow movement (including displacement of the couple or free leg action) – ADV

Murat Elmadaglic and Ilgin Tetickan:
1. Close embrace giro, change of giro steps in close embrace – ADV
2. 4th sacadas – ADV