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Groove Warriors: Afrobeatz, Brazilian Dance, Yoga and Flexibility
Join us for a speacial master class full of fun: Afrobrazilian dance joins forces with strength and flexibility work designed to help put you in touch with your inner goddess and start the weekend off on the right foot! This workshop consists of a centering meditation and joint warmup designed to help you "put on your shoes" and prepare your body for: Brazilian dance A powerful and sensual exploration of two iconic styles in Brazil: Rio Samba and Afro-Brazilian dance. Introduces basic steps and sequences of samba no pè from Rio and samba reggae from Bahia. Afrobeats A fun and energetic introduction to the latest Afrobeats, moves and grooves from the African continent. Covers basic steps, sequences and choreographies from Afrobeats and Afrohouse rhythms. Cooldown: Stretching, meditation self and partner massage techniques to help keep you limber and lush all weekend long. The workshop is donation based, suggested donation is 15€ About Hawah Hawah performs and teaches social, community and cultural dances: Afro-Brazilian, Maracatu, Samba, Afrobeats, Soca and Calypso. These dances originate in Africa and influence the carnival traditions of Brazil and the Caribbean, as well as urban culture and dance clubs. Her love of dance started at an early age and developed through dance training and performance throughout the UK, US, Germany, Spain and Brazil. Hawah's approach to teaching is energetic, fun and friendly. She encourages students to gain confidence and technical skills and to prepare their bodies for new movements by explaining the significance of the movements; disaggregating complex steps; developing fun choreographies and encourages improvisation as students’ progress. She particularly enjoys bringing dances from Brazil and Africa to new audiences. About Cordelia Cordelia teaches yoga and acroyoga in Barcelona in a fresh and creative way that mixes old and new to help you feel your best in your body. She is especially interested in creating a dialogue between African, Urban and contemporary dance and Yogic and body work techniques for helping adults and adolescents develop somatic awareness, flexibility, confidence and prevent injury and keep people moving! Contacts: Cordelia [masked] @corazondehojalata [masked] [masked] [masked] @evedances

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Lo que hacemos

We are several teachers working together across different movement disciplines giving regular hand-balancing, yoga, acroyoga and dance classes, and especially, looking to promote cross-discipline encounters. This is a place for us to share different classes and activities yoga, all under the umbrella of creative movement.