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I'm going to learn to dance tango in a couple of weeks. According to Marco this is very SF. I believe Louis Caufman would agree with him. Does anyone have an experience of using it in a workshop or...?

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Tango is for me a Flow. Like Paolo I too have tried to dance. The first time was so difficult follow the rules. The teacher show us the single movement, we tried alone and then we mixed alone and with partner.
We was student and it was difficult for me: we followed our brain.
Then, at the end, we just wanted to have fun and everything has become easier.

We have not totally accepted the rules but we Welcome music and we started to flow with her.

Argentine tango is for me a little more magic of salsa dancing and other social dance, perhaps for the music perhaps because it is more based on improvisation.

The Argentine tango has a sensuality to the look (glance), the gesture and the movement and communication has become in itself all the ingredients for a deep relationship.

It's Elegance and passion. Flow, freedom, confidence, Trust, improvisation.
But above all it's sensuality as an expression and using all the senses: touch, smell, hearing, sight, and taste for the flavour (taste) that the beauty of the gestures and communicate in depth gives.

If we look at Tango as metaphor I can see in it the Essence of Accogliere (Welcoming by Heart) that it’s different from accept ; when we open ourselves to this dimension in this space then becomes easy to flow, let go, surrender, ending with the discovery a new confidence, a new Trust. Here we become creative.

I deeply agree with Lina about in-between. Riccardo and I wrote an article about it.
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