Argentine Tango classes and workshop

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Argentine Tango has been scientifically proven to help improve memory, balance and coordination as much as muscle strength, flexibility and tone.

As a legend instructor-couple, Lidia and Hector Legrand offer a unique opportunity in Southern Arizona to learn Argentine Tango as it is danced in Buenos Aires.

This year is Lidia and Hector’s ninth year as Southern Arizona Argentine Tango instructors. They have been teaching Argentine Tango dancing for fifteen years.

Lidia and Hector are Argentinean born US Citizens. They have just returned from Buenos Aires where they travel once or twice a year to dance Argentine Tango, to participate in International Argentine Tango Festivals, and to further refine their Argentine Tango teaching skills.

Their 13-week long courses consisting of one two-hour class or 90-minute classes per week will be offered in Saddlebrooke.

Beginners on Fri. from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the HOA 1 Vermilion Ballroom starting Nov. 2, 2012. No pre-registration is necessary, just show up 10 minutes early to the first class.

Improvisation and Style (Advanced) on Mon. from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the HOA 2 MountainView Ballroom starting Nov. 5, 2012. No pre-registration is necessary, just show up 10 minutes early to the first class.

Learn Argentine Tango while teaching Spanish combines Argentine Tango Dancing with Hector’s many years of Spanish teaching experience at all levels. On Mon. from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the HOA 2 Fitness Room starting Nov. 3, 2012. No pre-registration is necessary, just show up 10 minutes early to the first class.

Learn all about Argentine Tango History, Culture, Music and Dance. Presented by Lidia and Hector. This free Argentine Tango two-hour workshop is offered in Catalina, on Sat. Oct. 20 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at New Moon Haven, 16256 North Oracle Rd. It is free, but you must register by sending an email to

Fees for SATS membership entitle you to 13 two-hour classes for $156 per couple. Fees waived if at the end of the first class you feel this course is not for you. All classes are subject to a minimum of eight or more students being present at the first class.

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