Tango dance form is originated from Argentina in the early 20th century. It is one of the most fascinating of all dances. A man and a woman, expressing an element of romance in their synchronized movements are usually performed by the TangoDance.
Tango dance is one the most famous partner dances that emphasizes the vibrant and playful style of movement, rich expressions and improvisation and requires close connection and passion between dancers. It is currently practiced by millions of people from all around the world. Any type of partner dance revolves around the LEADER and FOLLOWER, walking with firm ground contact, and a permanent combination of on- and off-beat rhythm. where the leader leads the dance and gives opening steps to the follower what to do, and follower then chooses how she/he will respond.
The outfit of the tango dancers is also important because it significantly impacts the visual appeal of the dance, most probably with female dancers promoting their elegance and sexuality by performing the passionate tango dance routines while wearing revealing clothing and high heels.
While coming to which type does tango relates to is? It’s modern ballroom type, which has become famous for its focus on high spectator satisfaction and ability to be practiced in a competitive environment. This dance form is danced to a repetitive style of music, with the count of the music being either 16 or 32 beats. While dancing, the woman is typically held in the crook of the man’s arm. She holds her head back and rests her right hand on the man’s lower hip, and the man must allow the woman to rest in this position while leading her around the floor in a curving pattern. These dancers must strive to make a strong connection with the music as well as their audience in order for it to be successful.
The main 8 types of tango are:
- Tango apliado
- Tango Nuevo
The health benefits of this dance form are many and suggest that tango makes people feel more relaxed, stress-free, sexier and less depressed and increases testosterone levels.
Dance targets six main areas considered to be important for high quality of life and successful aging:
- Physical exercise.
- Social satisfaction.
- Spirituality and mindfulness.
- Emotional and educational health.