Healing Tango is the Art of Moving into Unity
Tango as a practical path for Spiritual embodiment.
The dancefloor as a laboratory for Transformation.
A way for finding inner and outer leadership, and restoring the balance between Masculine and Feminine Principles within ourselves, and in relating on all levels.
Being Present in the Heart of the Experience…
Lizelot de Stigter
Founder and supervisor Healing Tango
Has been trained as a ballet dancer and has had an international career for the past 25 years as a Tango dancer and teacher. She has danced and worked with legendary dancers from the world of tango and developed a unique method of teaching based on that experience.
The Tango became her path to the realization of spirituality, connection with the earth, sensuality, ecstasy and enlightenment. At the moment she is living her dream by using the essence of Tango and sharing it with others to get deep into the essence of ourselves, life and love.
She is considered by many to be a healer in her work, in which people can see themselves reflected in their wholeness.
She helps people to find the experiences of wholeness and freedom that are generated in the lessons through speaking images and metaphors in their daily lives, their relationships, and their work.
Jillis de Winter
Healing Tango Teacher
Manages 2 organic food stores and the biodynamic farm ‘Blisveld’ with which he stimulates growth and flowering on all fronts, both in connection with nature and the earth, as well as in bringing people together.
For the past 2 years he has been using the Tango as a guide for the further embodiment and realization of his vision. Since 2017 Jillis and Lizelot have formed a dance couple in which they celebrate their love for each other and life, by sharing Healing Tango and teaching Tango. He embodies both the pure masculine aspect and the very feminine receptive side and shows how both complement and reinforce each other, within ourselves, in the interaction with others, and in life.
Gonneke de Haan
Healing Tango Co-trainer
Gonneke works in psychosocial palliative care and accompanies families and families of which someone is incurably ill. In addition, she provides training in healthcare, such as MBCT, ACDLT, dying guidance and ‘dealing with anxiety and panic’. In these trainings she focuses on awareness, attention and connection.
She lives in Wageningen, is also a portrait painter and gives weekend painting lessons from her studio. This combination feeds her. Being busy with expression, aesthetics and the joy of creating, together with the deep encounters, the great questions of life and the confrontation with the vulnerability of our existence.
Gonneke: “I like working on the essence of life, experiencing the depth.”
In 2015 she came through one of her hobbies: ‘tango’ in contact with the work of Lizelot. Gonneke: “What Lizelot has developed and the way she teaches, resonates enormously with how I experience tango and with the potential for deep encounter and healing that I see in it. That is why I went to follow her training in 2016. I am very happy with the wonderful encounters in the exercises and the experiences of unity / solidarity. “
Since 2016 Gonneke has assisted and taught MIU / Healing Tango workshops together with Lizelot, Jillis and a few others. She also weaves elements of Healing Tango into the personal guidance of people and in her care training.