What do you think of when you hear the word Tango? Does it conjure up images of beautiful couples with incredible physiques effortlessly moving around the dance floor?
Dancing has an uncanny way of taking your cares away. Tango, for instance, only is it good for the soul, but it also has major health benefits. Like other low-impact cardio workouts, tango boosts overall cardiovascular health, increases stamina and improves muscle strength. Moving to the music stimulates your both your mind and senses.
Tango takes you to a place you’ve never been before, and let’s not forget about the sense of achievement you feel once you’ve mastered the most complex of moves.
Defining the Tango
What is the Tango? It’s a ten-minute romance. It’s intimacy without strings. It’s an honest connection between two human beings. It’s a vehicle for inner transformation…
But what’s the secret? Tango, as with other forms of dancing, are the most social type of exercise available! Research shows that being social is one of the best ways to stay fit both mentally and physically is being social.
Dancing is a shared experience. It enhances life in many ways: Self-Expression, Socialization, Relaxation and Confidence.
Self-Expression: The Tango provides an emotional outlet where you can express your emotions through body movement with passion and flair. Dancing the tango will bring out and strengthen your ability to express yourself on and off the ballroom floor.
Socialization: People who have found the Tango are unabashed in saying what they love about the dance. Some have found their soulmate through tango classes, others say that it rekindled their love, and many claim that the Tango has made them a better person, transforming their relationships to themselves and others. When you dance the Tango, you become sensitive to your partner and eventually pick up on his or her unspoken cues.
Relaxation: In today’s fast-paced world, we often forget to perform self-care. Learning the Tango is an enjoyable escape from the daily hustle and bustle. It gives you the opportunity to think only of yourself and how your body moves with the music.
Confidence: Dancers possess an aura of self-confidence. When you learn to Tango, your entire mental outlook takes on a fresh sense of creativity. This new self-confidence transfers into other aspects of your life as well.
Learning to Tango is an excellent way to add excitement to your life. And even though learning to dance takes concentration and dedication, you’ll be surrounded by others who make learning a fun and rewarding experience.
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