Tango Topics | Exploring Your Dance

What is a Linear Boleo ? Firstly there are many varieties of Boleos. Tango Topics is only talking about 3 very common ones: Social, Circular, and today's topic: The Linear Boleo. To be clear there are low linear, midrange linear, and then there are the high Linear Boleo. So what is it ? This is a lifting of the leg (Lead or Follow, typically though it's the Follower's leg) that tends to be sent straight back and up. This is why they're called "Linear" Boleos because they're in a LINE with the walking step. In this version of the Linear Boleo, we're exploring a Mid-Range Linear Boleo or what Tango Topics refers to as a Mid-Height Linear Boleo.

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