Join us this week for the THIRD class of each of our NEW four-week series!
Location: Capoeira Angola Center, 104 West 14th Street (Between 6th & 7th Ave), 3rd Floor
Level 1: 4PM to 4:55PM
...............Introduction to Tango for Absolute Beginners (http://www.meetup.com/nyc-tango-lover/pages/Intro_to_Tango_for_Absolute_Beginners_Series)
Level 2: 5PM to 5:55PM
............... Tango Social Buenos Aires (http://www.meetup.com/nyc-tango-lover/pages/Level_2_%96_Tango_Social_Buenos_Aires/)
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. Level 1 – Introduction to Tango for Absolute Beginners (http://www.meetup.com/nyc-tango-lover/pages/Intro_to_Tango_for_Absolute_Beginners_Series)
Class #3: Backward Ochos
In this class Followers and Leaders will learn “The Cross,” a frequently used step in tango that truly brings out the dance’s character. We will continue to work on pivoting, but this time as it relates to “Backward Ochos,” a graceful sequence of the woman as she turns around the man doing backward steps. The sequence is called “Ocho” because the woman walks in a formation that resembles a figure “8.” Topics include;
Walking (The Cross)
Next week, the final week of the series, you will learn:
Class 4: Walking (musicality), molinete.
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NEW Four-Week SeriesLevel 2 – Tango Social Buenos Aires (http://www.meetup.com/nyc-tango-lover/pages/Level_2_%96_Tango_Social_Buenos_Aires/)(Level 1 or previous experience necessary.)
(This Monthly Cycle: April 3, 10, 17, 24)
In this program we will be exploring the social joys of Tango and focus our attention as it's danced in the dance halls of Buenos Aires. All our time will be spent on things to do when dancing socially and special attention will be given to simulating the experience of dancing in Buenos Aires.
Remember those smiley face stickers in school that made learning so much fun?!
Well to show you how much fun we want to have and how committed we are to making sure you learn everything you need to know, you will receive your very own "TANGO PASSPORT!"
On each page is a different element taught in class. Laura and I will go around and record your progress and how well you master each element in this "passport!" So you'll know exactly what you're learning, what you're great at and what you still need to practice.
Once you're passport is all filled up, you'll be ready to take what you know to Buenos Aires. So get your plane ticket, see you at Nino Bien!!! :)))
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Bring your friend, your boyfriend/girlfriend or just yourself. No partner necessary.
How Much Does A Class Cost?
Class cards are available as follows. Each class is 55 minutes in length.
Monthly (4 consecutive weeks):
1 class, 4 weeks : $60-$70* ($15-$17.25/class)
2 classes, 4 weeks : $100 ($12.50/class)
All classes must be taken during the current month.
*The price for the first month is $70, then $65 for the second month, and then $60 for the third month and thereafter.
8 classes, 3 months : $130 ($16.25/class)
All eight classes must be taken within a three month period.
Same Day Drop In:
1 class : $25 (or $20 online)
2 classes : $45
Where Are The Classes Taught?
Capoeira Angola Center
104 West 14th Street (Between 6th & 7th Ave), 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10011
How Do I Get There?
Take the Subway (or PATH if you live in NJ) to 14th Street:
On 6th Avenue: L – F – V, PATH from NJ
On 7th Avenue: 1 – 2 – 3
On 8th Avnue: A – C – E
Union Square: N – Q – R – W - 4- 5 - 6
If you drive, there is usually ample parking on the streets at this time.
What Should I Wear?
Wear comfortable clothing (except pajamas :-D). Women can bring something sexy if they wish and shoes that slide easily with a closed heel like strap or full heel.
Men need shoes that slide easily. You should not wear any shoes with rubber soles. Almost anything but sneakers.
If you have any questions, please contact me at: email@example.com
HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US ON SATURDAYS!
Laura & Scott
. PS1: Get a gift certificate for your brother, sister or friend. They will enjoy it!
PS2: Eighty percent of success is showing up. (Woody Allen)