We often think that in order to tango well, we have to know everything our partner is up to. It’s true that we need some awareness of our partner’s movements, and to respect his/her axis. But while we’re doing our steps, are we trusting our partners to properly execute theirs?
Intellectually, we know we’re not 100% responsible for the outcome of any particular tanda. But on more than a few occasions, we act as though we are. And as we know, tango wasn’t designed to work that way.
Dancing well together requires less worry about what the other person is doing, and more control over what we’re doing.
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