• Giro. The Beginning

    About linear dynamic, circular dynamic and the link between the linear and circular dynamics in the giro. Music: Bahia Blanca (Carlos di Sarli).

  • Rhythmical Giros 1

    On how to use a fake sacada to reposition and how a circular motion (around the leader/around the follower) will help you in this rhythmical giro. Music: Buscandote (orquesta Osvaldo Fresedo, singer Ricardo Ruiz).

  • Rhythmical Giros 2

    This time on how to use a real sacada and the five beat double time for men. Music: Paciencia (Juan D'Arienzo orchesta and singer Alberto Echagüe).

  • Rhythmical Giros 3

    On the five beat rhythmical play for both men and women. Music: Paciencia (Juan D'Arienzo orchesta and singer Alberto Echagüe).

  • Rhythmical Giros 4

    In this class the ladies will learn how to keep the rhythmical intention during the pivot. The couple exercises will improve the balance and the space management. Music: Paciencia (Juan D'Arienzo orchesta and singer Alberto Echagüe).

  • Insights on the Giro 1

    A lesson about how the linear part of the giro includes a dissociation and a change in the followers' axes. Women can use men's arms to remain centered. Music: Cada dia te extraño max (orquesta Troilo, singer Francisco Fiorentino).

  • Insights on the Giro 2

    A lesson in which you'll learn to feel the timing of what the follower is doing, without stepping with her. Music: Cada dia te extraño max (orquesta Troilo, singer Francisco Fiorentino).

  • Different Ways of Starting Giro

    A lesson on how to keep a constant energy and flow in the giros. Technical tips regarding the circular movement, the embrace and the lead. Music: Gitana Russa (Ricardo Malerba Y Su Orquesta Típica, singer Orlando Medina).



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.