Of course there are no pure "colors". For example, I am RGB, i.e., distinct blue with red and green inclusions. Yellow is not for me, although there may be some yellow inclusions in my behaviour sometimes. In addition, we look different in different circumstance. For example, at work I am "blue-red", and in the tango community blue-green mostly.
When I learned about this behavioral model, of course, I immediately decided that this topic is perfectly applicable to tango in two different ways.
The first is sensation from the partner. I think, it's not a secret that with some partners you want to dance certain melodies about something particular.
With "red" partners it's interesting to dance about a conflict or battle. We expect such partner express himself very clearly and directly up to taking the lead and offering his own vision of the dance.
With "yellow" one you usually want to have fun and to go crazy, fooling around and tickling each other in the corners. To dance about something serious with a "yellow" partner is a stupid idea because it won't work out. The most funny thing for them is when you try to dance seriously with a calm face.
"Green" partners are the best for me, the dance with them can be very tender, smooth, slowly, with a deep contact and great empathy.
The "blue" ones for sure are A-students for whom it's important to point toes and to hold hands at the correct angle and to act clearly and masterfully.
Perhaps, most of all I love the green-red type. The dance that is born from the contrast of green and red is something that can make me tremble on an impulse of love and adoration. Of course, some people like to have fun, and it's quite weird for them to dance, for example, with a blue type partner, which is very serious and responsible, and someone who likes to be an unquestionable leader and can't stand competition is definitely red and most often prefers to dance with green ones. People are different…