• El Ocho

    How much is actually the lead? Why and how do we pivot? How do we incorporate one of the most used tango elements in our dance? The purpose of this lesson is to answer all these questions. Music: Bahia Blanca (Carlos di Sarli).

  • Ocho Cortado 1

    Technical details for ocho cortado. On body memory in dance and creating the circumstances for it to happen. Music: Paciencia (Juan D'Arienzo orchesta and singer Alberto Echagüe).

  • Ocho Cortado 2

    On three different forms of ocho cortado for the ladies. Now you'll have the chance to play in a new way in your dance! Music: Paciencia (Juan D'Arienzo orchesta and singer Alberto Echagüe).

  • The Sandwich

    You'll learn three main exits: side, side, back, while always taking care of the space you are taking and giving. Music: Cada día te extraño más (orchesta Miguel Calo, singer Raul Iriarte).

  • The Use of Compas and Calesita

    A lesson about how to reposition the couple on the dance floor and the egyption walk. Music: Bien Frappe (orchesta Carlos Di Sarli, singer Roberto Rufino).

  • Amagues for Men

    Amagues for men - repositioning the legs while maintaining the center. Music: Bien Frappe (orchesta Carlos Di Sarli, singer Roberto Rufino).

  • Crosses for Men

    A lesson on how to switch weight with different leg shapes and how this feels for the follower, while leaders play with different heights and followers use projection. Music: Junto a tu corazon (orquesta Josè Garcia, singer Alfredo Rojas).

  • Ways to Shape the Pivotal Motions for the Follower

    On how to work only with the lower part of the body and using the nergy of the free leg to create different shapes for the backwards and forwards ocho. Music: Junto a tu corazon (orquesta Josè Garcia, singer Alfredo Rojas).



The Tangomeet lessons program is built in a progressive manner, the difficulty of elements and combinations taught increasing over the months. The lessons will be delivered to your Tangomeet account gradually in the order that has been chosen by our maestros.