Zouk



Brazilian Zouk is a relatively young partner dance from the late 90’s/early 2000’s. Although the dance is often referred to just as “Zouk”, it should be called Brazilian Zouk to differentiate it from Zouk, which is the name of the music and dance from Guadeloupe and Martinique.

Brazilian Zouk is a very dynamic dance. There is a huge range in speed, energy, type of movement, and closeness, depending on the dancers, the music, and the style being danced. It can be fast, energetic, and sharp sometimes and slow, calm, and fluid at others. Brazilian Zouk emphasizes body movement and connection between partners. Unlike salsa, bachata, and kizomba, Brazilian Zouk does not have its own music, but songs from a wide variety of music are considered “zoukable” (meaning able to dance Zouk with) including RnB, kizomba, Caribbean zouk, pop, and many more.

Zouk Classes

Schedule | Parties/Events
Our Instructors
Salsa | Bachata | Zouk
Beginner | Solo | Partnerwork | Choreo

Thursday



Zouk Beginner
Ting Yu & Ting
Zouk
* Scheduled Dates only *
- Open 公開 -
Thursday
19:30 - 20:30
實體課 In Person


Zouk Intermediate
Glenn & Mandy
Zouk
- Closed to New Students -
Thursday
19:30 - 20:30
實體課 In Person


Zouk Open Level
Glenn & Ting
Zouk
- Open 公開 -
Thursday
20:45 - 21:45
實體課 In Person
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