Tango Practica

April 2, 2017 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Begins January 8, 2017
Sundays, 1:30PM – 3:30PM
*No class April 16*
All Levels Welcome
No Partner Required
$5 per person

Join Casa Johnson Arabitg and Detroit Tango Project on Sundays for our weekly unguided, practice session (or “practica“). Here you can practice new moves you learned in class; work on your embrace, connection and balance; improve body awareness; and meet other tangueros in the dance community. Open to all levels! No partner is required. Practicas are valuable preparation for dancing at milongas, festivals and marathons!

Tango is a Universal language that can be done all over the world. It is a unique dance that can be super simple and complex at the same time. It melds cultures and creates a conduit for learning about self and connecting to the greater. Tango is truly a world dance that has contributions from every corner of the Earth. It can be a stepping stone to other dances or help you see your existing dances in a new light.

Social tango is a dance that is built on improvisation which appeals to folks who can’t claim they can’t dance or remember steps but also for those who want to create their own masterpieces. Some people call it walking meditation because of its’ present moment awareness. Once you dive in you realize there are many levels to the dance and full of expression.

About Detroit Tango Project

Created officially in Sept 2013, the project’s debut was in the Whole Foods in Midtown. They are dedicated to bringing Argentine Tango and its culture implications to the Detroit Metro area. The 2 Key members are Randy and Alex. Randy moved back to Detroit share his passion of dance after studying in Argentina and abroad. Alex met Randy at the Whole Foods Class, she came on board with a plethora of dances under her belt. They teach other partner dance classes as well as the tango classes. They both share the same love of dance.

They have a trip to Argentina in March that has some spaces left!
More info here: https://argentinaalexandrandy.wordpress.com/