Group & Private Tango Dance Lessons in Medford, MA
$42 for Your First 4 Classes
Tango is a dance with a rich history, and one that can truly impress those who see dancers who are skilled. Whether you want to impress your loved one, improve your physical health, or just take up a hobby that is fun and rewarding, tango can be the answer that Boston, MA residents may be looking for. We take hands on, involved approach. Instead of just mindless repetition, we make sure that our Boston, MA students learn to understand every aspect of the tango and how to execute movement properly – all while having a great time and improving your physical, emotional, and social wellbeing.
The Best Tango Classes in Medford
Challenging yourself can lead to significant rewards. Tango can help you feel more confident, give you a new skill, and generally help you with personal enrichment that can make your life better in numerous ways.
IMPROVED PERSONAL HEALTH
Argentine tango will improve your memory, spatial awareness, make your movement more controlled and precise, improve your posture and let you re-learn correct and ergonomic use of your joint and muscles. In other words – the aging process will be stopped and reversed!
SOCIAL BENEFITS & SKILLS
When you learn to tango, you never have to worry about being dull at parties again. Tango can help you make friends, impress others, and elevate your next social outing in a big way.
Want to really impress your loved one or just do something that will be a ton of fun? Learning to tango together can be the first step. Then, you can take those skills with you anywhere.
Tango Classes for Everyone
Not sure what the tango is? Never been on a dance floor? These beginner classes ease you into the process and are the best starting point for anyone who wants to learn.Learn More
Once you have the basics of dance fundamentals down and understand the main points of the tango, this next class is designed for you. It introduces unique concept of parallel and cross system, code of walking and forward and back ochos.Learn More
Here is where you learn tango turns, also called giros, the most often used tango element. Few other concepts such us: lapiz, enrosque, rebound, sandwich, mordida, parada, barrida and arrastre will be introduced in addition so you can really start improvising quite freely on the dance floor.Learn More
Tango is a living language and develops just as the language does. Modern technique and better understanding of mechanics of movement introduced new elements to tango. This course will elevate your dance introducing cadenas, alterations, barridas, boleos, sacadas, ganchos, soltadas and more.Learn More
Whether you are accomplished dancer or freshly graduated from the pre-advanced course treat this class as a discovery lab. All elements are taken a level up, mixed and used freely to be combined into, at first not so feasible, combinations to inspire your dance.Learn More
Classy Heels Workout
Walking properly in heels is a big challenge. And when you consider that the tango is traditionally danced in a pair of heels, it becomes clear that this class is worth taking. It helps you master heels, your balance, adornos and embellishments typical for followers and strengthens the muscles.Learn More
Mastered the tango and want to start teaching it to others? This class provides the skills to those who want to be teachers, giving them tools and fundamentals that they can use to teach their students how to dance as well.Learn More
Intro to Vals
The basic difference between Vals and Tango is hidden in the interpretation of double time. Intro to Vals introduces fundamentals such us: musicality (double time emphasis on 2 or 3), cadencia and characteristic of Vals rhythm, difference between Vals criollo and cruzado, and fundamental structural patterns.Learn More
Intro to Milonga
The mood of the Milonga, its cadencia, the steps, the figures are different from Tango. Intro to Milonga introduces Milonga fundamentals such us: musicality (time, double time, traspie), cadencia and characteristic for Milonga rhythm, difference between Milonga lisa and traspie, and fundamental structural patterns.Learn More
Vals is probably the most joyful of the tango genres. Discover and work on specific patterns that will make your Vals shine. Intro to Vals or good understanding of Vals rhythm and difference are required as prerequisite.Learn More
Of the tango genres, Milonga is the most difficult. The speed of the music and the misinterpretation of cadencia make it almost impossible to lead or follow for those uninitiated. Intro to Milonga or good understanding of Milonga rhythm are required as prerequisite.Learn More