Tango and Ankylosing Spondylitis

 

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Hello everyone, has been a while since my last article, I know but my life since I’ve got married is so full that I spend less time by the computer.

Today I’m back to write you about my experience trying to approach tango classes with my husband.

I want to touch to 2 point in my article that people with rheumatic disease can know very well.

  1. When you have a rheumatic disease usually people loose their partner and friends, me with a rheumatic disease I got married so let say I won on this! 🙂  Regarding friends, I understood which one is worth to take with me!
  2. The second point is very close to point one is about love, believe me if it is hard for a couple without health problem think about me how hard can be, but you know what you have to believe it and trying to grow day by day with your partner. Now you are thinking so what about Tango…….

Here it start my today blogging, one of these bad period that everyone have, my husband look into my eyes and said what about thinking about having tango class together, my first reaction was oh my God, my husband the one who had so much hard time to dance during the weeding is asking me to go to tango class? It was a MIRACLE. Than few seconds ready I start to activate my brain and I thought what about if I can’t if my body will be sore or I’m so rigid because AS that I will look silly… But I already I said yes to him the only thing was trying and see if those classes can fit for us.

At the end of everything I can say the class are amazing, people are amazing, and after 6 months we are keeping going to class together, we love to rehearsal at home we love the feeling that we have dancing together. Tango class is our moment, even I’m not good as my husband has reveled (he is one of the best in out beginner class)  he is there with me to hold me when I can’t make on my heals.

So tango, in my opinion can save your relationship with your partner, can teach you a right posture and above all makes you feel good and connected with your partner.

 

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