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La Rogaia Tango travels 2010 Forget the basic step Tango beginners class with Wolfgang Sandt

Though being a serious teacher Wolfgang likes to make fun of himself

Though being a serious teacher Wolfgang likes to make fun of himself

With his somewhat different approach to teaching Tango Wolfgang Sandt creates an atmosphere of fun from the very beginning. He reduces the Tango to its basic elements which can be learned easily and can be danced with joy.
His most important goal is to show his students to dance in harmony and without stress not only in the safety of the dance school or while exercising in their living room but on the dance floor getting along with all the other dancers.
Two hearts beat in Wolfgang's breast, and it is difficult to say, whether his bigger passion is sculpture or tango. In any case he is an excellent teacher, who imparts to his students with patience, artistic creativity and a lot of humour the joy for those things, that fill him with enthusiasm. Wolfgang has been dancing tango since 1994. Among his teachers are Gustavo Naveira and Giselle Anne, Fabian Salas and Carolina del Rivero, Mariano"Chicho" Frumboli and Eugenia Parilla, Kely and Facundo Posadas, Amira Campora, Metin Yazir, Graciela Gonzalez, Nestor Ray, Gloria and Eduardo Arquimbau, Yvonne Meissner and Eduardo Aquirre, Ruben Terbalca and many others. For him it is important not to teach figures and steps, but to impart to his students the ability to recognize the structure of the dance and its different elements, thus giving them the ability to invent playfully their own, always new "figures". Consequence of this is a concept for a "dialogue of the dancers ", where there are (almost) no "wrong steps". This is certainly an excellent presupposition to have lots of joy with Argentine tango even as a beginner.

Villa La Rogaia is an agriturismo situated near Lago Trasimeno in Umbria, Italy. It offers holiday apartments and a variety of creative classes, such as painting, dancing, cooking, italian language and many others. It offers also special holiday events, like participating in the olive harvest.
Villa La Rogaia is also an organic farm, that cultivates olive trees, produces finest extravergine olive oil and raises medicinal herbs and fragrant plants

Agriturismo La Rogaia, Azienda agricola biologica
di Annette Greifenhagen
Via Campagna 17
Castel Rigone
06065 Passignano sul Trasimeno
Umbria, Provincia di Perugia
Italy
e-mail: info@rogaia.de
www.rogaia.com

Contact person: Annette Greifenhagen

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