How are Private Classes?
The class begins with a detailed explanation of concepts and technical tango vocabulary. For example, if the subject of study is circular boleos, the teacher will explain the theoretical aspects of the boleos, by focusing on the general principles.
Teaching exercises are done afterwards to work on issues needed to improve the dance. The class concludes with a review of all material seen and a summary of the technical aspects that will be worked on in the practices.
Tracking the Student's progress :
., The teacher also writes notes on particular physical needs of students so they can be worked on later in the Private Practice / Training- Yoga.
What are practices?
Methodology of private tango classes:
These practices are used to review the aspects that were worked on in the Private Classes. Through repetition and application, the student integrates the new concepts into the memory of their muscles. Practices give students the opportunity to clarify the issues that were worked on in the Classes.
The incorporation of new concepts of movement in the body need to be worked on through the understanding of your own body. To acquire this knowledge, DNI offers two options for individual work - one of which involves working without a partner so the student can concentrate on their own body and their own movements
Who Are the Teachers?
How are Group Classes
Tango group classes are divided into levels Tango for Beginners - 1 and 2, Tango for Intermediate-- 3 y 4, and Tango for Advanced-- 5, 6, and 7.
Classes have a duration of 90 minutes and are lead by two teachers and assistants. It is not necessary to come with a partner as you will change partners during class, respecting couples who came together.
The structure of the class is divided into three parts:
- where we introduce technical exercises we use in class.
Development of the class
-teachers propose a structure divided into parts. After the group explanation , students try it out in pairs, during this time the teachers spend time individually correcting . The three teaching processes are: verbalization of the concept (TTC), demonstration, and sensation through contact with the body of the student. In all the classes we work with rhythmic structures and in advanced classes we delve into the music.
Demo and Conclusion
- The teachers demonstrate the structure of the tango class and its variations to music.