Life brought Indre across the Atlantic from the beautiful country-side of Lithuania to the United States to find a new life and new friends in Williamsburg; and Blues and Jazz in New Orleans. The same life in the form of Katrina’s wind blew her to Houston for her to find by Tango and Yoga.
For ten years of her Tango experience Indre has always felt an instant connection, to another human being, another heart, where no words, no thoughts are needed. In this state the body becomes a fee vessel for music and movement. She began teaching Tango to share this understanding with everyone who wants it. If you love what you are doing, you have no other option but to be good at it. A consistent and dedicated practice will flow naturally from this love. It’s precisely this love and practice that has made Indre the beautiful and talented dancer and teacher she is today.
Juan Manuel Rangel
Always passionate about music, was introduced to tango at an early age thanks to the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema. Alas, as far as he knew, tango was a dead art that could probably only be experienced in recordings and films- It wasn’t until he found himself in Houston, and stumbled upon the Continental Club one Monday night, where Glover Gill’s piano showed him that tango is as alive as ever. You just have to let it find you. Juan feels that the importance is not in the vastness of our vocabulary, but using the right words to deliver an inspired message that tells something about the space and time we are occupying in that instant.