We’re feeling inspired after our Full Immersion Day last Saturday!
You’ve given us the thumbs up for this new format, so you’ll probably see it appear on our workshop schedule again towards the end of this year and into 2018.
We looked at 3 distinct tango topics in one day: (1) Adornments (2) Small Out-of-Axis Movements and (3) Interpretation of Different Tango Orchestras.
Interestingly, there was a considerable degree of cross-over between the classes, despite covering such contrasting areas. Our work on our posture and balance from Workshop 1 was hugely useful in Workshop 2 when we explored going off balance. And in Workshop 3, we explored – amongst other things – how the adornments we learnt in Workshop 1 could bring out the different moods of the tango orchestras we studied.
Thank you to everyone who came and especially well done for those who managed to do all 3 topics! It was quite a marathon!
Coming home with every once of energy spent, and feet throbbing, it was lovely to receive this message from one of our students:
“Just a note to recognise & show appreciation for your beautiful traits of noticing, remembering, considering, offering & giving to me & no doubt, all your students. I hope you know how rare & wonderful such gifts are.”
I went to bed tired but happy!