Welcome back to another course of Technique & Drills with a lot of repetition!

We are very excited to step it up and get more complex with our combinations while still enhancing our foundations and keeping it yummy.

In Brazilian Zouk, we can almost say that ‘anything is possible’ and to some extent, it's a fairly new dance style that makes it even more exciting because we always have new things to explore.

During this course we will explore fun and versatile ways to connect the Fundamentals we all love to dance and improve the flow and feeling of our social dancing.

Join us in this cool and yummy brand new course and have a great time dancing a 


This course took place over the course of 8 weeks. There will be 6 hour long classes and 2 shorter pre-recorded ones with follow-along and assignments. Classes are a mix of talking, experiencing with exercises, moments to follow along, and sharing with each other.

Classes are structured with a mix of breakdowns, moments to follow along, and A LOT of guided practice and feedback.

Every week we will be focusing on a different aspect of the dance with exercises that can be done in the comfort of your home, with or without a partner. Some of the classes are best when taken consecutively as content builds on previous classes, while other classes are stand alone.

For this course, it's important that you stay consistent with your learning, and when possible, it will be very helpful to review each class and practice at least once before moving onto the next.

This will be a course that will explore the small details and how you can connect with your own body to perform those techniques with ease and confidence, and feel amazing.


This is a solo class intended for anyone interested in learning more about the dance, regardless of roles when dancing. 

The most comfortable and confident dancers are those who have learnt and experienced all sides of the dance, and here at District Zouk, we highly recommend every dancer learn them all!


Brazilian Zouk is a beautiful dance that carries influences from many solo and partnered styles. In order to move safely, comfortably and with confidence, it's important to make sure you have a good foundation so you can build on top of it when it's time to explore more advanced techniques.

When dancing, the more you know, the more doors you can open, for both leaders and followers. There's a world of knowledge to be explored, especially in partnered dancing due to the connection that both bodies need to create together. The more you know, the more you can explore and dance all night.

When joining this course, you'll be part of a group of students who are eager to practice, ask questions and share their own experience. This is why we love LIVE classes! We want to make sure we're always interacting and giving feedback, because… well, nobody likes to practice without feedback and knowing that they're on the right track!

This is also a way you can support our instructors - some of whom teach dance as their full-time occupation - and they can support you during this time.


This course is for those who have already started their journey in Brazilian Zouk and are at a comfortable level with the Fundamentals - at least 6 consistent months of classes. In this course we’ll be focusing on repetition and connection of the movements, so it’s important to be familiar the movements listed below before class.


Learn from one of our multiple Solo Training Series for Leaders and Followers. Explore everything from Timing, Footwork, Body Movement, Turns, Musicality and many others!

  • $80.00

    Technique & Drills: Continuous Practice for Turns, Torsion, and Musicality

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    Technique & Drills: Continuous Practice

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  • $40.00

    Technique & Drills: Body Movement

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Watch Intro Video

Here is an awesome video of Alisson & Vanessa!


This course will cover the following topics

  • Undulations

  • Balanço

  • Gostosinho

  • Pião

  • Patinha

  • Giro Simples

  • Bonus & Yo-Yo

  • Cuddle

  • Turns in Passo Básico

  • Soltinhos


  • 6 hour-long classes recorded live and 2 pre-recorded classes

  • Stored content so videos can be accessed and reviewed later (for up to 90 days for standalone purchases)

  • Opportunities to share practice videos and ask questions

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Senior Instructor Alisson Sandi

Alisson Sandi began his dance career at the age of 15 in São Paulo, Brazil, where he was born. Over the years he trained in Brazilian, Latin and International Ballroom dancing with Jaime Arôxa, Renata Peçanha, Alex de Carvalho, Rodrigo Delano, and others. In 2007, he joined the Juan Rando Dance Academy (JRDA) in Perth, Australia, and stayed in Australia through 2019 teaching in multiple cities and around the world. Alisson has held performances and workshops in over 41 countries, and holds titles including 2x Pro World Champion, 3x Australian Pro Champion, and Winner/Finalist of various BZDC All Stars/Champions Jack and Jill Comps. He is one of the the founders and the first choreographers of the International Zouk Flash Mob. He has also been an official judge for the Brazilian Zouk Dance Council since its first competition event. Alisson has a passion for teaching and is known for his attention to detail and effective instruction in dance techniques. Recently Alisson completed the 50-hour lambada certification course with Master Braz, and is looking forward to practicing and teaching more lambada and sharing it with the dancers and community here and in Washington, DC.

Senior Assistant Hermela Alemayehu

Hermela started her partner dance journey in 2016 when she got some friends together to go out salsa dancing. She immediately caught the bug and before she knew it, she found herself learning salsa and bachata and dancing the nights away. Hermela later found Brazilian Zouk in 2017 and fell in love with the connection and fluidity of movement. She immersed herself fully in this style, learning from District Zouk and other local and international instructors. She has attended various festivals and participated in training courses. She is looking forward to sharing her passion and enthusiasm with others.

Guest Assistant Monica Weng

Monica Weng is the founder of Zouklove Dance School in Melbourne - Australia. She is a passionate Brazilian Zouk instructor, and enjoys helping others learn and grow and learn techniques required to take their dancing to the next level. Her training consists in years of learning closely with Alisson Sandi, also accumulated with many hours of training with Leonardo Neves, Becky Crystal, Arthur Santos, Layssa Liebscher, Jessica Lamdon, Ryel Zenzouk and many more others. She has grown her knowledge through different flavours of zouk to help her students dance with versatility.