The power of Argentine Tango: soulful, meditative, improvised, social 

An unusual improvised social dance that fosters the experience of oneness, Tango first blossomed during the 1940s, a deeply divided and war-torn decade in humanity's history, bringing a newfound kind of joy and connection to our world.

People often come to tango because they want to learn how to dance, to meet new people and expand their life.

Many of us find here a metaphor and a model of human relationship and community that is vivid, rich, beautiful, and liberating, opening up new vistas of learning, connection and exploration that keeps us intrigued across our lifetimes.

 
 

1. Receive our free newsletter! 

Start learning about Tango and the O2 community by reading the Oxygen newslettter. You'll get information about opportunities here and inspiring new articles. 

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2. Try a group class!

Get a taste of our community and a sense of what tango dancing is like in a fun, friendly all levels group class on Thursday and Sundays. There will be more advanced dancers in the room to help you - don't worry, we're nice! 

3. Become a member! 

Start enjoying our amazing community schedule of excellent, curated tango classes and practice sessions as a member with your monthly donation, suggested $65.