Kati & Tiha

Kati has been teaching tango for 10 years. Before that she danced flamenco and has a background in martial arts. As a dancer she believes the couple is the most important thing. Her aim is to make her partner happy – in every single dance. Her aim has been to be able to dance with any leader in any style. The base of her technique is natural movement and comfort, while the technique is just a tool for expressing different feelings. This is why during her technique classes, she focuses on the use of the base leg, the way to relax certain muscles, the different types of dissociation, how to use or not use the arms, how to use the music, adornments as well as the secrets of high heel shoes, posture and of course the walk. She believes in the importance of personal feedback and she truly believes in practice, practice, practice!

Tiha likes the complexity of tango, with action on so many levels of existence, from the physical and intellectual to the emotional levels, all happening at once to the ultimate dance music… you really have to be present if you want to dance good, which is not so easy because of the complexity. As a teacher he likes to help his students to find a easy, organic way to move, as well as finding something personal and unique though interpreting the music and filling the dance with emotions.

Kati & Tiha om sig själva:

Hi Everybody !!!

This is Katalin Czidor and Tihamer Bogdan speaking, in tango communities also known as Kati & Tiha.

Some thoughts about the tango…we like .))

For us the tango is an international phenome. It is a modern, improving folk dance,  created by the “metropolitan” lifestyle with very strong and important roots in Buenos Aires.

A free system which “allows” you dance many different ways.

You can dance with small or big movements, open or close, soft or harder, slowly or more dynamical. How we choose or what will be chosen depends on the senses or emotions caused by the music.

So, for us the music is the most important, this is the “thing” makes us to move.

We see the technique as the tool what makes possible that the ideas, the senses, become movements and the movements can turn into dance.


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