Tango is a dance of improvisation, created at a given moment, depending on the connection, energy, inspiration, mood, and musicality of the people who dance it.

This course is intended for young people and younger adults who want to learn Argentine tango basics.


The new group for young people and younger adults starts on November 9, 2022, at 6 p.m.
Location: Popovičeva ulica 10, Tabor

On Wednesdays, from 6 p.m. to 9.15 p.m.

Dance hall Ornament,
Popovičeva ulica 10, Tabor, Maribor

20 EUR for high school and University students,
40 EUR for full-time employed
(for a couple from the same household, 60 EUR)


Four tango classes per month


1. Annual membership in the MaTango association worth EUR 10, which provides members with many benefits.
(Free tango practices on Sundays and  affordable tango seminars)

2. Free tango technique class once a month

3. Mini 1 on 1 with teachers every last Wednesday of the month

4. What to practice at home? Tango exercises emailed every Wednesday via email



Sanja Zalar Gostimirović

She’s been in a relationship with tango since 2009 when she experienced her first milonga (a social tango event). Fascinated by the diverse embraces and styles, the warm community, the meditative component, the aesthetics, the dance technique, and, last but not least, the spirit of tango, which deftly escapes words, she felt that she had met one of her greatest loves and immediately registered for the tango course.
Many courses, workshops, and years of work on her tango techniques later; she started teaching in 2014.

As a psychosomatic practitioner, consultant, and teacher, she holds space for a holistic experience (personal, that is, movement and music-cultural).

She experiences tango as a dialogical movement meditation.


Matej Delakorda

He dances the tango since 2013. As a tango instructor, he brings relaxation and pedagogical experience in communication and leadership to the courses he has taught in the business world for more than ten years.

His attitude to tango is respectful, exploratory, and relaxed. He constantly explores a deep sense of connection in tango and enjoys exploring dance creativity and freshness.

For him, tango is a constant personal growth, where he seeks better contact with himself and his fellow dancer. With such an attitude, he wants to help you enrich and deepen your attitude towards tango and life, in general.




Do I need a dance partner?

It is preferred that you come as a couple, otherwise we will do our best to find a partner for you.

What should I wear?

We recommend comfortable clothes that do not restrict long or wide steps. Footwear should be comfortable and have a leather sole. You can dance in socks if you don’t have shoes with leather soles.

Is Argentine Tango similar to what we see in the movies?

No, what you see is mostly tango danced in standard dance schools. Argentine tango is a social dance that is danced, similar to salsa, at dance nights called milongas.

What is a milonga?

The word has three meanings. Milonga is a genre of dance, music, and an event where Argentine Tango is danced. When we go to tango night to dance, we say we are going to a milonga.

What does a tango class look like?

We start the lesson with a warm-up. Firstly, we practice the steps individually, then in pairs. At the end of each lesson, there is an integration of what has been learned, we suggest exercises for you to do at home and answer any questions you have.


Find us @tangoyoungmaribor on Instagram and YouTube, watch our videos, or come to milonga or classes and see it live.