Afrohouse – a mix of music and dance style that combines traditional rhythms with modern music. Afrohouse has its roots in the African Soukous. The lyrics are often sung in French and the original african music is mixed with Afro-Cuban and Caribbean rhythms. Full of energy!
These Kuduro class is absolutely outrageous. All teachers will be part of it!
Enhance your body coordination, learn basic african movement patterns, feel the energy of african dances! The teachers show you how you can relax during the dance, as you can use your energy and also to feel free. Don´t take the moment itself so serious and laugh at yourselves! Kuduro is a physically quite tiring affair and adapted to burn some calories!
This lesson you will not forget!
Clever step variations fitting the music! Learn new step variations from the nearly endless pool of possibilities Bachata offers to you! Here you can really spice-up your Bachata!
New characters, elegant, refined combined and arranged, you will dance in this course!
Where does bachata come from, how is bachata structured, which instruments, what should be considered. Learn all about musicality with an amazing musician Ricky Manuel and Nanda!
Kizomba – wonderful music and dances! Kizomba is played and danced in lusphone Africa and Brazil. The equivalent from the french speaking part of africa and from the Caribbean is Zouk, and if it is played slowly, Zouk love.
At the festival we offer you Kizomba in different levels, beginner (less experience necessary), intermediate (kizomba experience) and advanced (for experienced dancers).
Learn a certain combination of steps and change it as you like to several variations! Kizomba needs personal improvisation and a personal touch in the dance. After that workshop you are ready!
Over the bases of Kizomba, we work on the connection, on the quality of the dance and put some creativity in the dance.
Tarraxinha is in contrast to Kizomba danced rather on the spot. It shifts the weight from one leg to the other. Tarraxinha is quieter and give you time to focus on a variety of hip movements: side, central or waving. Is common to all hip movements, however, that it comes to the part (on Kimbundu lovingly “Mbunda” called) presenting your back out – and not in the direction of the partner. Tarraxinha is well suited to interpreting rhythms. “Tarraxar” is Portuguese and literally means “screw”.
Semba is a dance and music style from Angola. It has been mixed up with brazilian music by the slaves. In Angola, Kizomba has its roots in Semba. Semba you dance like Kizomba, but much faster! Sweating is permitted! At the festival we offer you Semba in different levels beginner (less experience necessary) and intermediate (semba experience).
The Semba foundation is all about the basics of Semba.
Semba for advanced or those who want to be! With tricks and show effects you will amaze the audience and women! Cooooool !!