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Author of WHEN 1+1=1 Gabriela Condrea's collaborative, connection-centered approach to the fundamentals of Argentine Tango, followed by an introduction or re-intro to the simple, rhythmic & fun Milonga!
50% refundable if cancel less then 24 hrs notice on day of
1 hr Tango private lesson for single or a couples
Private lessons for beginning-advanced men, women, (follows, leads) - individuals, pairs or small groups looking to jump-start their tango learning or get in-depth fine-tuning. Gabriela's focus is developing the connection, body alignment & embrace to dramatically improve your dance overall and hone in on specific areas of difficulty. Her approach is holistic, seeking to shape her students' dance from the inside-out.
Please Note: Minimum non-refundable deposit of 50% required to reserve time slot. Cancellations less than 24 hours prior to scheduled lesson will be charged in full. Prices include studio fees.
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Gabriela Condrea bio:
Gabriela Condrea, M.Ed. specializes in developing connection technique in Argentine Tango and is the author of the book When 1+1=1: That “Impossible” Connection (now also in Spanish!) on tango and interpersonal relationships. Since releasing her book in 2011, she has presented her work on connection in 89 cities, in 15 countries, across 3 continents. With over 20 years of experience teaching – as well as 2 years of intensive studies in Buenos Aires and teaching tango since 2010 – Gabriela has a keen ability to convey technical elements of balance and posture and the essence of what it takes to effectively dance two as one. Her approach to teaching tango is unique: she builds the dance through a collaborative process well-suited for people with two left feet, no rhythm, limited mobility (TangoStride), even those who "flunked out" of dance classes in their formative years, as well as people with experience in other dances and movement disciplines and those who want to add more depth to their already-formed tango skills. Gabriela enjoys working with students of all levels and abilities, finding that the wide range fine-tunes her perception of even the most subtle details that make a big impact in her students' dancing, from novice to seasoned tanguero.
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What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing or dress it up. The important thing is shoes: wear shoes that allow you to pivot/spin (i.e., do not grip the floor), that are secure on your feet (i.e., no flip-flops), and that you can walk comfortably in. If in doubt, feel free to bring an extra pair with you. You can also turn almost any comfortable shoe into a dance shoe by placing an old sock over the front half of the shoe. This should allow you to pivot easily.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No need to print your ticket; once you register you'll be on the list!
What's the refund policy?
No refunds. However, the class slot is transferrable to someone who will dance the same role (follow or lead) as the original registration. Contact email@example.com with details no later than Mar. 1st, 2020.
Contact: (206) 778-3239 or firstname.lastname@example.org