[Tango-L] What's the trick??
astrid at ruby.plala.or.jp
Fri Feb 22 05:20:40 EST 2008
The 'center' thinggy is partly a joke because it seems that no one can
explain that clearly...I'm finding that the women complain about my weak
lead when they hold themselves away from me because they know I'm a newbie.
When I finally have had enough and pull them into a close embrace, they quit
resisting and compliment me at the end of the dance.. I am a natural dancer.
> Actually, there is nothing that Id rather do than to practice changing the
> walks I cannot find anyone here to practise
> that with...they think it's weird.
Mario now has me seriously wondering what kind of a place this is where he
is learning tango.
Mario, you have to depend on youtube and tango-l for instruction, nobody can
explain "the center thingy" to you in a comprehensible way, so much so that
you seem to believe it does not exist (it is actually the axis we are
talking about here), nobody wants to practise the walk as they consider this
an absurd waste of time apparently, and women "hold themselves away from
you coz they know you are a a newbie" only to give up their silly resistence
when you force them into close embrace because you "have had enough" and
then they make a 180 degree turn and compliment you on your skill.
Does this place really exist? I have never been to a a place like that in my
life as a tango dancer. Maybe I have been fortunate? Or do I just look at
things in a different way and lack the self assured thinking Mario has?
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