Immersion tango and Cultural tour to Buenos Aires every November

Immersion tango and Cultural tour to Buenos Aires every November
Dancing at Davis Restaurant. Above videos of Marisela dancing with friends in Buenos Aires Milongas.Click to view

Tango activities by Marisela

Tango Activities by Marisela

- Immersion tango and cultural tour to Buenos Aires every November.
- Tango classes on Sunday.
- La Milonguita dj'd by Marisela.
- Sponsor out of town master instructors.
- Milonga Bruja fourth Thursday of each Month
- Milonga Loca Second Thursday of each Month

Several Videos of Marisela Dancing with Various Partners

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Friday, April 12, 2013

Traveling to Buenos Aires- The experience of a lifetime

Tango Immersion tour.
After a very successful dancing trip to Buenos Aires in 2011 we will be going again in 2013. This is not your every day tour, but an immersion experience with people that share similar dancing interest. All places and experiences are chosen to get the most out of a limited time. First week is shared in a bed and breakfast and the second week you will be connected to the group, but will have the independence to do whatever you wish. I will chose places to stay and suggest possibilities when you want to be on your own in your second week.

One or two exciting weeks in Buenos Aires .
(You can stay longer if you want.)


Please e.mail for fees. Departure: November.

    Comments from the 2011 trip:

    This has been one of the best trips I've taken. A great group of people and you managed us and our activities so beautifully, even accommodating the various individual trips we each wanted to take.

    - Sherrill Bower

    Shivering now under the cold fingers of winter and thinking longingly of the sunny skies of Buenos Aires. Thank you so much, Marisela, for making this trip possible. It will remain one of the high points of Don and my lives. We had a wonderful time and it was all becuase of your gentle tutlage and your willingness to introduce us to this great cit.

    -Christine Menager

    For more information email Marisela at or call 541-485-6647
    Student sharing;
    Dennis in his first tango class.
    Hi Marisela;
    I was really surprised how much the dance resonated with me. I found the lesson fun and refreshing even though it was my first time trying this dance. The Tango reminds me of the Waltz because it seems that once posture, movement, and sensing weight change become second nature (and you don't have to think so much) the dance would be a mesmerizing experience in which the world disappears and there is only each moment as it unfolds between you and your partner. While I enjoy dances like swing, contra, polka and, to a some extent, salsa, these are not dances I can generally lose myself in.
    Your instruction to "walk this way" reminded me of the movies. Here's a youtube link I thought you and George might enjoy.
    This is absolutely funny!
    Thanks Dennis