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Paras & Paul

Paras and Paul are teaching tango since nearly two decades. Based in the Netherlands, they were teaching in many tango-events in Germany, United Kingdom, Poland & Italy.


They are now only focussing on multi-days events, because they love have time to bring people to a magic journey where everyone finds a hidden treasures to bring home.

Their unconventional approach tantric-tango workshops, beyond tango gatherings and many selfmade tango-games makes them as teachers & creators quite unique.

"We love to gather with tango-nomads in the nature and live like in a real (tango) village for a while. Our aim is to create a beautiful ‘energyfield‘ where people can feel at ease, open and connected. Besides all the dancing & learning, we encourage people to connect, interact different ways on unusual & suprising ways always light, gentle, honest and playful because we find it essential that we become a warm, inclusive and supportive group everyone feels at home."


Some inspiration:

Alicja Mikolajczyk

My dance&music affection comes from my very childhood years. I had been born into musician family where grandfather playing accordeon, father drummer rapping out rhythms on all possible pieces of furniture and mother choreographer taking me to work belonged to my daily routine. For some time i hadn’t had other choice than to like it ;) but then I found myself surprised how much it imprinted on me – while being at university I hadn’t clearly known what I had been actually doing more: studying german or dancing? And then it all happened: 5 years at Lodz Jazz Theatre, choreographical course with contemporary dance specialisation, Lodz Physical Dance Theatre and spontaneous contact improvisation festivals at Ibiza…where I’d also got in touch with tango. From that point on my life has started being a constant search for tango experiences, eventually including moving to Berlin.
And here I am now, living my dreams, as dancer, teacher and tdj.
What keeps drawing me to tango again and again is the nonverbal communication, intensity and harmony of connection you would hardly find in any other dance. When teaching I focus on expending body awareness, encouraging people to breathe, feel their bodies as well as going beyond their movement patterns. Being enthusiast of active following concept I pay much attention to expression and sense of musicality also as follower’s skill.

Some inspiration:

Malachai Payne
Michael Watson