The 22Tango Show

The 22Tango Show

As the saying goes, a successful relationship takes two to tango. We all want to have healthy relationships or improve our relationships, but how do we actually have successful partnerships filled with passion, fun, and harmony? Welcome to The 22Tango Show with Linda Sutton, a podcast that explores how we can improve all of our relationships - with God and self, with our intimate partner, and with our family, community, nature, and nations. Join Linda every week and see relationships as a partnership through the lens of tango. Receive insights and “aha’ moments in understanding your partner. Learn to have a true heart to heart with the ones you love, and build well-rounded relationship skills that can be applied to every area of your life. Argentine tango is a figurative, literal, and physical reflection of the relationship between a man and a woman, and the dynamic of masculine and feminine energies in a relationship. How we interact in interpersonal relationships can be seen in how we interact in all relationships. An exceptional trainer, inspirational speaker, instructor, and performer, as well as an expert in world dance and cultural art forms, Linda Sutton has the unique ability to translate relationship dynamics through the lens and practice of tango. She is the Executive Producer of the award-winning television show The 22Tango Show with Linda Sutton for over 10 years and is an international performing and recording artist with extensive experience in designing and facilitating cultural entertainment for diverse audiences of all ages. Additionally, Sutton and her team launched the 22Tango Television Channel on ROKU and Amazon Fire TV streaming TV platforms. She is the author of The 22Tango Experience: Taking the First Step, Koukou: Crazy with Joy, and Ekonkon: The Rice Harvest Dance books and multimedia kits. She has also released two music recordings: Interplay the strings project, a world music spoken word album, and ASHE! the Next Step, a cultural music and storytelling project for school-age children. Linda’s mission is the facilitation of optimal physical, mental, emotional, fiscal, and spiritual health—through a healthy lifestyle centered on holistic nutrition and movement. Through her books, seminars, and culinary experiences, Sutton intends to lead the next lifestyle revolution. Filled with a level of passion and energy that continually leaves her audiences spellbound, Linda creates experiences that speak to the human spirit, creating a dance with words that stimulates the mind, body, and soul. Tune in to The 22Tango Show as each show features actionable insights and tips you can use immediately to improve your relationships. The Battle of the Sexes ends here. Join Linda Sutton and take advantage of the amazing resources designed to improve all of your relations while having fun every step of the way!

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April 20, 2021 29 min

Rites of passage are an acknowledgment and an understanding that you will come and approach and go through several “anticipated” and “known” life phases as you mature. In this episode, Linda Sutton explains why undergoing rites of passage is essential to preparing you for the next phase of your life. It’s important to understand that when you’re not successfully going through rites of passage, not only will you be unprepared, but y...

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Tango adornments refer to the unique styling that flourishes the dance itself. But it is far different from Tango techniques, which is all about the dancer's actual proficiency. Linda Sutton breaks down the main differences between the two and why focusing too much on the adornments may kill the social part of the dance. She explains why Tango is primarily a dance of socialization, with the partners concentrating on leading and...

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They say trust is like a mirror. Once broken, you never look at it in the same way again. Be it in either your relationship with God, partner, family, nature, or nation - trust is important. In this episode, Linda Sutton talks about what trust is as it relates to relationships in tango. She discusses why it is important and why it is a great form of communication through its three stages—gaining trust, maintaining trust, and breaki...

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After reading a meme showing a dialogue between a young lady and a young gentleman, which encapsulated the common misconceptions about womanhood, Linda Sutton decided to discuss the issue in today’s episode. The divine design of woman, her biological makeup, is often misunderstood in this day and age. The misunderstanding creates a generation of sons and daughters who are not prepared for the next phase of their life, that is, rais...

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We're in a culture now where intimacy is a word used within the sexual or romantic context. Rarely do we associate it with faith or our relationship with God. Having found God as his superpower, Brian Evans of Brian Evans Unleashed joins Linda Sutton to bring intimacy to the context of our faith and discuss sex from this perspective. What was God's vision for sex and intimacy versus what we see now? How can we restore that ...

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Are you in a crash-and-burn relationship? Full of passion one time and the next, you feel like they were going to destroy your life. Do you find yourself stuck in this loop, that no matter how many times you've dusted yourself off of it and rebuilt your life, you still find yourself in it? Maybe it's time to reassess your relationship decisions and identify where it goes wrong. In this episode, Linda Sutton reveals the numb...

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Everything in tango is governed by principles. The steps or figures that you see are merely the result of successfully executing these rules. Like many aspects of this beautiful art, the principles of tango also have close parallels in life and relationships, which we continue to explore in this podcast. Join Linda Sutton in another installment of The Anatomy of a Tango series, where she takes an intimate look into what she likes t...

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Where did the battle of the sexes begin? Linda Sutton’s guest today is Kisha Gallagher, a Creation Gospel trainer and a former co-host on Hebrew Nation Radio's Morning Show. Kisha dissects Adam and Eve's relationship in the Garden of Eden through Hebraic lenses that shed light on the issues we face today between men and women. Once we understand where the original relationship failed, we can reset and make better choices wi...

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February 22, 2021 17 min

Even though fairy tales are being used as a channel to present various lessons in form of stories, they will always remain just that – stories. Instead of focusing on happily-ever-after endings alone, why not pay more attention to the entire journey in between? Linda Sutton explains how fairy tales offer more truths than one when it comes to relationships, especially today when people value connection more than ever. From learning ...

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On the love month special of The 22Tango Show, Linda Sutton features the work of Archie and Sizzle, two musicians, singers, songwriters, and MC’s that have been creating and making music for over 15 years and began focusing on creating Kizomba, Ghetto Zouk, Brazilian Zouk, and Afro Rhythms in 2014. She brings them on to talk about their work’s philosophy and explore the elements of music and the environment as they create music for...

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In any partner dance, certain things need to be agreed upon and adhered to for there to be a partnership and for that partnership to operate and function gracefully and harmoniously. In tango, the foundational element of the dance partnership is the embrace, which connects the leader and follower. In today’s show, Linda Sutton gets down to the core elements that make up the anatomy of the tango, starting with the embrace, helping u...

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Much of how we understand the roles of man and woman in society and culture can be drawn from the Christian context of the creation story in Genesis. In her quest to get a clearer understanding of what that text was saying about the original divine design for man and woman, Linda Sutton goes back to its Hebraic roots as well the cultural context based on the Jewish culture at that time. In that research, she stumbled upon Kisha Gal...

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Let us now take a closer look at tango’s second position. Far from being subordinate, the follower has equal status to the leader and in fact, is instrumental in being the initial impetus for the dance to commence. Being a follower in tango teaches us how to be a true follower beyond the ballroom floor and into the world of relationships. In this world that’s dominated by social media, the concept of followership has been muddled a...

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There is a saying in the world of social dance that goes, “In tango, it’s always the man’s fault.” This succinctly describes what being a leader in tango means. To be a leader means to guide the follower to a certain direction. As a leader, you are a steward of the power that the follower has agreed to give to you. You have to give justice to your follower’s trust. It’s a much harder position to assume than most people understand b...

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There is an old adage that says, “It takes two to tango.” For a partner dance to work, two people have to be in tempo. In this episode of The 22Tango Show, Linda Sutton talks about the anatomy of tango and uses it as a metaphor for interaction in relationships. She dissects the terminology and construction of tango and links it to passion, intimacy, and relationships. After all, tango is a dance of emotions participated in by two p...

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If there is one word to describe the dance, tango, it would be spell-binding. It is simply an amazingly magical thing to witness, seeing two people become one with their synergy and dynamic. What if you take this to your relationships? How can you create a dynamic that is as passionate as two people who are in step with one another? Linda Sutton introduces The 22Tango Show, where she shows a new vision for relationships that are ha...

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