Your future will be enriched with joyous tango experiences.
If you can walk – You CAN Tango.

Classes are:
on Mondays 1:30 to 3:30 PM in Pakenham
on Mondays 7 to 9 PM in Narre Warren
on Tuesdays 7 to 9 PM in Traralgon
and on Wednesdays 7 to 9 PM in Warragul.
No need for experience or a partner.

Our Studios are at the VRI Hall,
18-20 Queens Parade, Traralgon
(behind Railway Station)
and at the VRI Hall,
128 Queens Street, Warragul
We start at 7 pm sharp.

Please arrive at least 10 minutes before 7 o’clock.

Bring a bottle of water.

It seems obvious but please use good hygiene, breath mints are a plus.

In summer I highly recommend you dress lightly.

When you arrive  you will be asked to write your name on a name tag. (Bring your own name tag if you have one)

Clothes & Shoes

What to wear?
Wear comfortable clothes that let you move.

Men, a loose suit trouser or something similar, together with a loose shirt.

Flowing skirts, Gaucho or Capri pants are a good option for the ladies.

As a beginner, you don’t need any special shoes to dance tango, but shoes with a leather or suede sole are preferable. Shoes with a hard plastic sole may do initially.

Shoes must have a back on them. Flip flops or slipons are not dance friendly. You need to be able to turn easily on the ball of your foot as there is a lot of pivoting in tango, especially for followers, and if your shoes stick to the floor you might hurt your knees.

Ladies usually prefer heels (MUST have ankle STRAPS) anywhere from 1”- 4”, but you should wear whatever kind of heel you’re comfortable in.

When you have been dancing for a while and are sure you want to continue, dance shoes are a worthwhile investment for both women and men.

Please don’t be shy in contacting us if you need any more information.

Certainly don’t be shy in spreading the Tango news to anyone and everyone. Assure people that  IF THEY CAN WALK, THEY CAN TANGO.

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