Tango Lessons That’s right— tango is a very beneficial hobby that can vastly improve your health. Did you know that studies even show that dancing the tango aided in the progress of sufferers of Parkinson’s disease? The patients that undertook tango dancing lessons were benefitted through the dance dynamics of movement, balance and speed variety. Even if you don’t have Parkinson’s disease, people feel more relaxed and happy after a session of the tango. Happy glands are activated and cardiovascular health is promoted. It is no wonder that so many films have featured the tango. “Last Tango in Paris”, “Scent of A Woman”, “Strictly Ballroom”, “Addams’ Family”, “Schindler’s List”, “True Lies”, “Evita”, “Happy Together”, “Moulin Rouge”, “Frida”, “Shall We Dance?”, “Rent”, “Mad Hot Ballroom” and “Take The Lead” are just some of the popular movies that showcased the sexy and alluring tango in their scenes. People now want to get in on the fun. With all these movies and super talented dancers in reality dance shows showing us how we can really enjoy the tango, it’s really no wonder why we find this dance constantly being requested in dance studios. If you want to impress someone, there is no better way to do this than to show them your moves in the dance floor.