Known for its fluid movements, strong connection between partners, gorgeous hair whips, body isolations, and incredible music interpretation, Brazilian Zouk has exploded in popularity over the past decade.
Brazilian Zouk has evolved rapidly since it was first adapted from its roots of Lambada. The dance is now combined with a variety of music, including Caribbean Zouk music, which is how the dance came to be known as Zouk.
Brazilian Zouk is beautiful to watch, and extremely fun to dance! It is danced by people of all ages in night clubs, dance schools and events around the world
4 week series / Tuesdays 8:30 pm / June 4, 11, 18, 25