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Argentine Tango helps heal neurological disorders, benefits overall health


Last updated 4/5/2012 at Noon

Elena Pankey dances authentic Argentine Tango with her husband, Dr. Victor Pankey.

FALLBROOK – In 2004 Elena Pankey and her husband, Dr. Victor Pankey formed Tango Caminito Dance School, a non-profit international dance company based in Fallbrook for many reasons – the most valuable being to help benefit people’s health and wellbeing, increase the closeness shared by couples, and to broaden people’s social exposure. And they feel so strongly about their endeavor, they provide first lessons for free.

In talking about the health benefits of Tango dance, Elena said, “When students dance the Tango, they relax, lose weight, improve strength, and increase lon...

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