Intermediate Level Tango Bundle


Elizabeth and I would like to extend to you an invitation to join us for our exciting new upcoming Intermediate Level Tango Bundle workshops.

 This Workshop is now Full

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Intermediate Level 1 & 2 Tango Dance Bundle
4 workshops
Saturday Evenings
June 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2155 Commercial Drive, Vancouver BC
There will be a Practica at the end of each workshop

Clarry & Elizabeth Intermediate Tango BundleThe goal of these workshops is to provide you with a rich, achievable, well-rounded and varied bundle of solid tango technique, elements and musicality that you can take to the dance floor. Much of what we will be doing in this program will be in close embrace. (** please see below)

 Material specifically covered will be:

  • Close Embrace Elements
  • Sacadas (forward and back) for leader and follower
  • Single Axis Turns – forward and back (in close embrace)
  • Colgadas (in close embrace)
  • Volcadas (in close embrace)

Important: This workshop is for Intermediate Level 1 & 2 or above. Please make an honest assessment of your level and capabilities. The material requires good knowledge of the basics as well as 2 – 3 years’ tango experience on the dance floor.


  • Intermediate level 1 & 2
  • Limited to 15 couples
  • Complete workshop only
  • No partials
  • Must register in advance – No drop-ins accepted
  • No refunds
  • Saturday evenings 7:30pm – 9:00pm (1 ½ hrs.)
  • 2155 Commercial Drive (Tango a Media Luz studio)
  • Full payment prior to the first class
  • Cash (or Credit on-line)

Partners are strongly recommended. However if you do not have a partner please let us know so that we can try and fit you in. If you would like to join us, please confirm by
Email: or Tel: (778) 999 4280
Email: or Tel: (604) 299 2199

Pricing Options (per person):

Returning W/shop Students


Partnered Couples


Regular Pricing




**Tango is a diverse and creative dance. The style of close embrace we teach is the so called Villa Urquiza style (as used extensively in the most milongas around the world) as opposed to the apilado (so called milonguero) style.  It is not for me to say that one is better or worse than the other. It is a matter of personal choice and capability. The overriding factor is that one dances socially and courteously with their fellow tangueros.