Tea & Tango

A Practica

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Every Saturday starting Feb 3, 2024

1680 Bryant St, Palo Alto

Social Practica

Over three hours of tango practice period in a supportive and friendly learning environment that encourages casual conversations and new encounters over Tea

Practica: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Start from the modern Neotango of the 90s & 00s, stop by the revolutionary Tango Nuevo of the 70s and get transported back to the Golden Era of the 30s, 40s, and 50s

All embrace styles
Beginner Friendly
All Eras
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Informal Art Exhibit

An informal exhibition of the works of Gino Severini, the leading Italian cubist, surrealist and futurist from Italy, around Argentine tango and Ballet and a curated collection of art and artifacts from the life long collection of Argentine tango dancer, teacher and historian Alberto Paz and his wife Valorie Hart.

Exhibition: 5:15 to 8:00 PM

Pu erh Tea

Authentic pu erh prepared by a tea master from Yunnan district in China; preserved and aged in the US

Tea: 5:15p to 8:00p

Fresh hot tea served to enrich the mind, body and spirit as we practice and refine understanding of the music and the dance.

For some, Pu erh brings a relaxing and slightly uplifting shift along with various health benefits.

Served in authentic tea-ware, earthen pots and cups (limited quantity)

Complemented with snacks like empanadas or samosas!



Doors open at 4:45 PM
Practica..........................5:00p to 8:00

+ Authentic puerh tea from Yunnan (China) & Argentine empanadas

Tea & Tango Practica

With Live Show



    Hosted in a historic heritage house in Palo Alto, that facilitates conversations, dancing and art appreciation a safe, warm and beautiful setting.

    Feeling Flow1680 Bryant StPalo Alto, CA 94301

    Doors open 15 minutes before class.

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    1680 Bryant Street, Palo Alto, California 94301, United States



    Karn Verma

    Karn has been practicing and hosting Japanese ceremonial tea, Chanoyu, since 2018. As a tango teacher, he has previously taught at the Bechtel International Center at Stanford, Jikoji Zen Center in Los Gatos, and Friday Night Waltz & Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto. He dances many contemporary and historical dances and has been teaching tango since 2017. In the same year, he traveled to Buenos Aires to study Argentine tango intensely and recently returned from Rome after training with dancer, actor, and teacher, Pablo Verón. His teaching and social dance philosophy are inspired by Stanford dance teacher and historian, Richard Powers, who was instrumental in bringing tango to the United States in the 80s and 90s through the Stanford Tango Weeks. You can read more about him here: www.feelingflow.org/founder

    Contact Us

    or email: teacher@feelingflow.org