María's teaching philosophy
María understands the tango as a way to express emotion, develop creativity and improve general wellbeing.
She divides her classes in increments of individual and couple's exercises to develop technical concepts such as balance, disassociation and coordination. This fosters a more nuanced sense of movement and rhythm that can later be integrated into the experience of the embrace. This happens while studying classic tango moves as well as innovative sequences that adapt perfectly to the reality of the dance floor.
Her classes focus on the fundamental social dancing elements of embrace, navigation and etiquette. Therefore, her students are trained to enjoy tango as both a personal experience and a social phenomenon.
Maintaining a relaxed, friendly, happy and respectful atmosphere, those who learn from María enjoy the process as much as the immediate results of their practice in the actual line of dance.
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Classes In spanish
Classes in english
Technique & Movement
Thursdays & Sundays 6:30 pm. (BA Time)
-Flexibility, dissassociation, pivots, turns.
-Strength, balance, walks, style.
Both roles, all levels.
Tango: Estudios de Música y Poesía
Temporada # 2
Sábados 18:00 hs. (Horario Arg.)
En cada encuentro indagamos en las características de las orquestas más populares y valoradas por los bailarines, con especial atención a sus rasgos distintivos, sus cantantes, y la poética de los letristas más destacados.
Tango Music & Poetry Studies
Season # 1
Sundays 8:00 pm (BA Time)
Beginning July 12!
Join me to explore the evolution of the tango music and poetry from the origins to the avant garde movement. We will break down the contents that the different orchestras, poets and singers contributed to the tango scene through the years and around the world.
Season # 2
Beginning July 11!
Saturdays, 3;30 pm (BA Time)
Take a close look to the most important orchestras of the golden era, and understand the meaning of the poetry that the most significant writers wrote for the songs we dance at milongas.