January 30, 2010 in Eugene
November 6-8, 2009 in Eugene
Brigitta Winkler, renowned tanguera and teacher will be in Eugene for a weekend workshop, her only west coast appearance this year!
I’ve created a website with details, including payment options via paypal!
Nov 14, 2009 in HOUSTON
1pm - Elegance = Power = Elegance
2:30pm - Leader + Follower Sacadas
$40 ($25 each)
1/2 Price for Students
Abhyasa Yoga Studio
Oct 20, 2009 in Ashland
As a special tango envoy to Ashland I will be spending every third Tuesday of each month dancing and teaching in that great metropolis to the south.
10am - 6 pm Privates (please contact me to schedule, maybe Monday evening as well!)
All Levels Workshop
topic: “Elegant Turns”
8 - 10 pm Guided Practica
(at Community Center)
I am scheduled Oct 20, Nov 17, Dec 15
See you there!
March 28, 2009 in Eugene
Photo by Alejandro Almanza
New and completely last minute workshop.
Saturday, March 28th
1 - 4 pm
1- 2:30pm “Milonga Navigation”
2:30 - 4pm “Really Fast and Really Slow Movement”
w/ Andrew Dugas and Andria Miguez
2 different topics with specific, new processes for creating movement towards mastery of space, time and the universe…at least in the tango context.
-”Navigation”: Tricks and rules for organic, collision and trouble free milonga experience, no matter how tight the floor is.
-”Really Fast/Slow Movement”: Using time as the ultimate creativity playground. How to play with and control the largest dynamic range of speed within any music.
All levels welcome, though some tango experience suggested.
Powerful Tango Mechanics
with Andrew Dugas and Andria Miguez
Saturday, February 7
1 - 4pm
1pm - Communication in all embraces
2:30pm - Movement and Balance: How to connect to and control your legs
4pm - 1 hour guided practica
The Tango Center
194 W. Broadway
Eugene, OR 97401
$20 ($15 students)
$10 each class ($6 students)
[Don't miss this because of money...we can work something out!]
In the language of tango, how can we maintain a fulfilling connection while powerfully moving within our own bodies, frames, style, strengths, et al? How do some basic principles of movement and power translate to even the most strange and dynamic movements in all embraces? How can one gain the awareness to connect to our bodies for more subtlety and control?
With the aid of varied and original exercises and insights, we will shed light on these questions and more.
Come with a partner or by your lonesome.
Some tango experience recommended. If in doubt, please email me