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Tango Zen: Walking Dance Meditation by Chan Park

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A wonderful account of how to practice meditation while dancing the tango. If you want to broaden your approach to our dance this little book may be what you’ve been looking for.

The more I read the deeper I relaxed out of my mind and into my heart, finding the space there that longs to dance. The words, the art, the photos join into their own beautiful dance personifying Tango Zen
Michael F. Broom. Ph.D., Organizational Psychologist

The insights from this book deepen our awareness of the mysteries of the mind on and off the dance floor.
Gibson Batch Tango Moments

Paperback, 87pp, copiously illustrated with black & white photos.

Size: 127 x 127mm – so it fits into your pocket

Published by Tango Zen House 2004

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