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Hints & Myths about Argentine Tango
       
Parada

The parada refers to a move in which one partner's foot appears to stop the other partner, usually followed by a change of direction.

Alex Krebs taught us something about paradas and morditas during his workshops on Tango illusions in Cambridge in July 2001.

 
 

Start from any side step:

   
    Leader interposes free foot against side of follower's balancing foot;

Follower’s free foot closes against leader’s foot to form mordita;

Leader rotates lead foot to turn follower for next step.

 
       
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