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Mindful : February 2014
February 2014 mindful 61 play He is so deliciously close to me, I ca n smell the scent of his sha mpoo. Dark ends of his hair still clustered with damp. His skin so invitingly smooth, it looks like he just shaved in a hot shower. This guy—a complete stra nger—is holding me like I’ve never been held before. So firm and sure, I feel utterly supported. So light, I am perfectly free. Will you believe me when I tell you he looks like Johnny Depp? Latin American version. He’s from Argentina. And he’s explaining to me and my fellow classmates in a dance studio in downtown Buenos Aires how to achieve the best embrace, abrazo, before beginning a tango. → It’s a dance that captures the seductive imagination, but as Tracy Picha discovers, there’s much more than meets the eye. The Tango Lesson PHOTOGRAPH©EDUARDOLONGONI/CORBIS