To truly dance, one must live as a dancer lives.
By this, I do not mean dedicating oneself to dance as a profession. I wish to elucidate this idea through the following comparison:
If I were fond of riding a bicycle, I would require a well-crafted bicycle manufactured in a factory. It would be ready for me, with its tires inflated and its chain perfectly oiled, as soon as I hopped on and began pedaling.
The body and soul of a dancer are akin to this bicycle. Similar to how crafting a bicycle from scratch to ride it would be arduous, attempting to dance with an unconditioned, untrained, and unprepared body is equally challenging. Essentially, my body must be 'manufactured' beforehand, conditioned, trained, and primed to dance.
As I cannot dance without a dancer's body, and since I have only my body at my disposal from the moment I rise each morning, I must ensure that it is always primed for the dance floor.
While I believe anyone can dance at any time with minimal preparation because being human inherently involves being a being that dances, dancing Tango, in my view, demands much more in terms of subtleties, skills, perception, and awareness.