Knee Pain, Ouch! In Tango & Exercising

Knee Pain, Ouch!! In Tango & Exercising

To Keep Knee from Hurting

To keep your knees healthy, follow these simple tips. Dos for Healthy Knees: Always see a doctor if you experience knee pain that is not relieved by several days of rest, ice, massage, and elevation. Back off from activities such as walking hills or knee-bending exercises that cause you pain.

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Tango Police- Don’t Join It ! !

The Tango Police:

  • Don’t become a Tango Police Officer and critique someone on the dance floor. You should address your concerns to the dancer instructors or the person running the Milonga or Pratica let them issue the violation.
  • Don’t be a “Tango Snob”, just because you have been dancing Tango for years doesn’t give you license to be a “Tango Snob”. There are always dancers better at Tango than you.
  • Don’t stand on the “Rules” to be rude to new dancers. If the experienced dances don’t welcome new dancers into the Tango community the newbies will just fade away never to be seen again.

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Mother & Son Tango

  • We had a great turn out at our Tango Milonga del Corazon this Saturday and wanted to share some great Tango dancing by Gabriel and his Mom who came all the way from Pennsylvania to Tango at our Milonga and show why Tango is a multi-generational and beautiful dance for all to enjoy. 
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Tango Comes Alive In The Hudson Valley

Tango Comes Alive In The Hudson Valley

With Lessons, Milongas, Festival

TANGO Milonga del Corazon- Every 3rd Saturday

97 Broadway, Kingston, N.Y.      Call: 845-475-6006

FREE LESSON and great dancing   – NO Partner required!


Have you always wanted to meet new interesting people and learn how to dance Argentine Tango


You are in luck because every Saturday at  15 Railroad Avenue  in Kingston, N.Y. because two of the Hudson Valley best Tango teachers from Argentina

Maia Martinez &  David Salvatierra offer Tango lessons for beginners and technique for intermediate.  12 noon to 1 PM   Call: 845-475-6006

 “Hudson Valley Tango Festival 2018″

  • Save the date and get your pass for the 2018 Hudson Valley Tango Festival 2018
  • Festival will be held on May 4, 5 and 6th in Kingston, N.Y.
  • Tango Master teachers include:
  • Fabian Salas & Lola Diaz
  • Junior Cervila & Gualupe Garcia
  • Many of our best local tango instructors in the Hudson Valley
  • Fabulous performances, raffles, prizes and much, much, more
  • Call today to reserve your tickets

Call: 845-475-6006

Tango Mileage What Is It? And Why Do You Need It!

Tango Mileage What Is It? And Why Do You Need It!

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“The Beginner’s Guide to Argentine Tango”

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Attending Tango Class

When you’re a beginning tango student, attending a class is the best way to get your bearings in the dance.

Sign up and attend regularly. Every good dancer I know is good because they signed up for the first series of classes and attended all of them. Learning to dance tango is a wonderful commitment you make for yourself and consistency is as important to achieving this goal as it is for all others in your life. Signing up and coming to one class a month here and there will just be frustrating for you.

A good tango class should introduce you to the following elements of tango: walking, turning, stopping, navigation, musicality and some embellishments.Continue reading

Why Tango? Because It Offers More Than Any Other Dance!

Why Tango? Because It Offers More Than Any Other Dance!

If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you!

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The Family of Tango Dances

There are actually three tango dances—each with its own music—in Argentine social dance. During the course of an evening of dancing all three will be played and danced.

The first is simply tango. This is thedance most people would recognize as tango and the dance most beginners learn first. Its music is typically based on a slow, steady four-count beat.

The second dance is called milonga. Milonga is a faster-paced dance based on simplified tango steps. It has much the same rhythm and feeling as a polka.

Milonga music is historically older than tango music, but the dance itself is actually newer. Milonga is a dance simply for fun.

The third is tango waltz, called vals or vals cruzado. Tango waltz music is based on the classic 1-2-3 of waltz, but in this type of tango, dancers typically dance on the ones.Continue reading

Eduardo Parra Sings -Part # 2- Pasional

Eduardo Parra one of Argentina’s great Tango singers shares his talent on this beautiful Tango song. Enjoy

Tango is a sensual ballroom dance that originated in Buenos Aires, Argentina in the early twentieth century. Tango is usually performed by a man and a woman, expressing an element of romance in their synchronized movements.  Argentine Tango is well-suited to dancing in small settings. Argentine Tango retains the intimacy of the original dance.