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Zoom considerations!

If you never used Zoom before you will need first to download the zoom application and create an account.

Click on the meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3649112752 or enter the meeting ID: 364 911 2752.

  • If you’re signed in, change your name if you don’t want your default name to appear.
  • If you’re not signed in, enter a display name.
  • Select connect audio and video and click Join.

Do I have to have my camera and audio on?

We appreciate it if you say hi when entering the room, who you are and where you come from if it is the first time you attend the class. Goodbye, and one or two words to tell us how you feel after the class is also appreciated before you leave.
You can do so by turning on your camera and audio. If you cannot / do not want to have the camera on, it is fine to use only the audio. If even the audio is impossible for you, you still have the option to write in the chat.

How do I turn the audio / camera on and off?

Your camera will be on and you can turn it on and off as you wish by clicking on the camera icon in the left corner of the meeting room. 

You will need to join with the audio to be able to hear us. You will be muted upon entry, which means that we won’t hear you. If you wish to ask a question, you can unmute yourself anytime by clicking on the microphone icon at the bottom left of the screen. 

What do I need? 

For the Tango Boost and Sunday tango classes, you need socks, or dance shoes and a type of floor you can slide on (carpets make it challenging). 

For the GYROKINESIS® classes, you need a stool or a chair without arms. For the 90 minutes class on Thursdays 17.15, you also need a mat. 

When you sit on the chair/stool, you should be able to hover your arms around without meeting any obstacles. Ideally, your hips are higher than your knees. The best IKEA chair we found so far for GYROKINESIS® is the BEKVÄM 2-steps ladder. You can adjust your height by adding some books if needed. The seat of your stool/chair should not be too soft. A thin cushion is ok but you should be as stable as possible. 







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