Sun, Apr 14 | Pomegranate Studios

Brazilian Zouk Progressive Series in Santa Fe

Join us for 3 weekends of Brazilian Zouk on Sundays in April with Rachel for 6 hours of progressive classes!
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Brazilian Zouk Progressive Series in Santa Fe

Time & Location

Apr 14, 2019, 2:00 PM – Apr 28, 2019, 4:00 PM
Pomegranate Studios, 1935 Warner Cir, Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA

About The Event

Are you living in the Santa Fe area and interested in learning Brazilian Zouk? We are bringing this amazing dance to Santa Fe with great excitement and anticipation! There will be more Zouk music mixed in during Latin socials, here and almost everywhere you travel, and we want you to be prepared, confident, and successful in dancing Brazilian Zouk! We will spend 2 hours on 3 weekends in April learning this beautiful dance. This series is geared towards brand new zouk dancers, or those who consider themselves "beginners." Each class will be progressive, but walk-ins are still welcome! We will cover a lot of great material in just 3 weeks, so get ready to learn! *Please note there will be no class on Sunday April 21st due to the Easter holiday.

Dates: Sundays April 7th, 14th & 28th

Time: 2:00-4:00pm

Location: Pomegranate Studios in Santa Fe

Cost: $65 for entire series pre-registered by February 23rd or $25 walk-in per each 2-hour session

Pre-register today to save your space and join us for this magical dance series!


​ If you have never experienced this beautiful and mesmerizing dance, you are in for a treat! Brazilian Zouk, also known as "Zouk-Lambada," is a partner dance with origins in Lambada and traditionally danced to "Zouk" music made popular in the French Caribbean. Brazilian Zouk can be characterized by its smooth and flowing nature as well as its circular upper body movements, dramatic hair whips, dips, and magical connection. As this dance has evolved along with popular music and dance trends, you will now see various styles where partners may deviate from the traditional rhythm to allow for musical interpretation and enhanced partner connection. Brazilian Zouk can be danced to many musical genres including Hip-Hop, R&B, New Age, & Pop (to name a few), lending itself to be enjoyed by a wide range of dancers (or non-dancers) from all backgrounds!

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