Breathe in… and out… Smile, and LET’S GO 💪
Following the last few months of learning and polishing up the details of our dance, we are bringing back our famous ‘nonstop’ technique and drills training. Alisson and Vanessa will make you sweat and burn while we drill those techniques nonstop (almost) to help create healthy habits, improve your confidence and build the best version of your dancing.
Alisson’s ‘Drills/Torture Sessions’ are famous worldwide 🤣 not only for making you feel amazing after each session, but simply because it works, and you get to feel and see the improvement!
Drop-ins available. More details on that below.
Brazilian Zouk is a dance that has been influenced by many other solo and partner dance styles. A lot of those concepts and techniques aren’t covered in a conventional Brazilian Zouk class. Here at District Zouk, we value all kinds of training and we’re always looking out for what is missing, what is new, and how we can help the community become healthier, safer and stronger.
Solo training has been and will always be the key factor in becoming the best dancer you can be. With our team of instructors, you’ll have the most effective methods and clear explanations. Also, we love questions and feedback, so we’ve upgraded this course to a ‘Zoom format’ so we can listen to and talk to you during the class.
This learning group will provide you with regular times to learn, additional opportunities to practice, and a community of dance geeks to share videos with and get feedback.
This is also a way you can support our instructors, who teach dance as their full-time occupation, and they can support you during this time.
To take better advantage of this course, students should have some dancing experience (Brazilian Zouk), but it is not compulsory. Having some previous dance training can be helpful to be able to understand how the techniques flow together. Since we’re not going to be working on patterns, any dancer with the will to learn can join us!
Turn Techniques (Travelling and In place)
Changing Directions (Primary/Secondary/Variants)
Alignment (Posture/Weight Transfer)