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May Bevilacqua, with two decades devoted to exploring tango and dance, immerses into the emotions these arts intertwine. Through dance and reflection, he nurtures an idea, a proposal that shapes a methodology: "Tango in Motion."

This proposal of body communication tackles the "grammar of emotional language" applied to dance, like a dialogue between bodies, music, and emotions. "Tango in Motion" delves into the sensation of being the other, merging into embraces that transcend the individual. It's a synchronicity that expands boundaries, turning the experience into something bigger, deeper, and real, in connection with the other.

Jung, referring to Synchronicity, describes it as two events linked simultaneously in a casual way. It's a temporal coincidence between events, related without apparent reason but with profound meaning.

In this temporal dance, body communication reveals itself as two sides of the same coin: total connection and absolute absence.


In this physical dialogue, our knowledge, culture, personal history, and, above all, our complex belief system are exposed. Everything influences the dance and connection with the other. Learning in this process is vital to flow in Synchronicity.

Thus, among thoughts, proposals, and perceptions, endless possibilities of understanding or misunderstanding unfold, creating a fascinating dance of meanings and shared experiences.

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