Capoeira Canal Thursdays 4.15 - 6.15pm
Ca-po-air-a can be a way of life. It is an opportunity to get fit, develop skills, have fun and feel well in mind, body and spirit. It originated with enslaved Africans in 18th Century Brazil as a fighting dance of rebellion. Today, it is a celebratory fusion of active arts.
Capoeira is a compulsory discipline in many Brazilian schools, developing students intellectually as well as physically. Children enjoy the energy of the form and the joy of learning to play Capoeira. Because of the game's unique blend of activities, children usually find a particular aspect of the class to shine in. Parents also see how the game provides a great opportunity for exercise and discipline in a lively environment.
BEGINNERS Newcomers learn basic footwork, evasive techniques, elementary acrobatics and traditional music. No prior experience is needed. Wear loose clothing such as jogging bottoms and a T-shirt. REGULARS Students work towards developing skills learnt into a fluent game, and practice more advanced movements and music.
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07910 288 091 020 7221 1827