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To all new and lovers of Argentine Tango, we are waiting for you to share with us the passion for Tango.

 

ONE TO ONE TANGO LESSONS? 

Everyone learns in different.   So why not taking private lessons?  They are often (a lot) more expensive than group classes, and often much shorter as well.  But Ines has an offer for you.

 

Well, if you are not sure and before you decide there are many benefits:  

1.    The teacher can focus on YOUR Tango, on your strengths, and the

       areas you need to work on.

2.    You can ask questions and be corrected as many explanations as

       you want without worrying about the other students in the class.

3.    You can go at your pace, if it’s too fast, slow down! Too slow? Speed up  

4.    There are often fewer distractions, and private lessons are often very

        INTENSIVE.

  

5.     However, there is one disadvantage of private lessons, which is you do not

        have the same chance to practise with other students, and there is no

        group interaction.

So, although private lessons can be very useful, it really is a good idea to do both – mix your 1 to 1 Tango lessons and take group lessons alongside Private Lessons -

ONE TO ONE TANGO LESSONS? 

Everyone learns in different.   So why not taking private lessons?  They are often (a lot) more expensive than group classes, and often much shorter as well.  But Ines has an offer for you.

 

Well, if you are not sure and before you decide there are many benefits:  

1.    The teacher can focus on YOUR Tango, on your strengths, and the areas you need to work on.

2.    You can ask questions and be corrected as many explanations as you want without worrying about the other students in the class.

3.    You can go at your pace, if it’s too fast, slow down! Too slow? Speed up  

4.    There are often fewer distractions, and private lessons are often very INTENSIVE.

  

5.     However, there is one disadvantage of private lessons, which is you do not have the same chance to practise with other students, and there is no

 group interaction.

So, although private lessons can be very useful, it really is a good idea to do both – mix your 1 to 1 Tango lessons and take group lessons alongside Private Lessons -

Direction to Chaddlewood Farm Community Centre

 

Coming from Exeter, Totnes A38 to Plymouth

 

A38

Take the B3416 exit towards Plympton

Drive to Glen Rd/B3416 in Plymouth

Turn right onto Deep Ln/B3416

Continue to follow B3416

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Glen Rd/B3416

 

Then turn right towards the car park. You can see several shops. When you enter at the car park keep straight and immediately to the left. Is behind the “Children park”.

Coming from Plymouth [from A38 to Plympton]

 

Take the exit towards Plympton

At the traffic lights take 1st left  - keep to the right lane – continue straight – at the roundabout, take 1st exit onto Glen Rd - Then turn right towards the car park. You can see several shops. When you enter at the car park keep straight and to the left. Is behind the “Children park”.

 

Coming from Plympton to Chaddlewood

Pass Lord Loose Restaurant – at roundabout take 2nd exit - continue up the road.

At the mini roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Glen Rd – keep driving till you see at the top of the road on the left hand side a “red park”.  Then turn left onto the car park {lots of shops] and turn left again Chaddlewood Community Farm is behind de park.