Sign up for any Brazilian Zouk class and you'll be entitled to return for that same
Brazilian Zouk class, as
often as you like, for free!
Each Brazilian Zouk class takes place over 4 weeks; 2 hours per
lesson. There will be one instructor for classes with 15 or less
registrants, or two instructors for classes with 16 or more
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Brazilian Zouk Lambada (traditional Rio-style) is a partner dance, evolved from Lambada. A modern and slower version of Lambada,
it's a dance that is so many things... sensuous, graceful, beautiful,
expressive, playful, romantic, funky and lots of fun! It's whatever the
music and the mood calls for.
Unlike Salsa, which is led with the hands, Brazilian Zouk is led by more parts
of the body, particularly by the hips. However, in various moves,
partners are also connected by eye contact, legs, arms, shoulders,
head, etc. It involves lots of tilted turns and dips, and close body
Two of the most distinctive movements in Brazilian Zouk for the ladies involve
arching of the back (the cambré) and head movements, most noticeably
the rolling of the head during turns. These movements lend an air of
sensuality to the dance.
Brazilian Zouk can be danced to many kinds of music. One of the
reasons it is gaining popularity is Zouk can be danced
to R&B songs (e.g. from Rihanna, Neyo, Craig David), dubstep
and chillstep songs, hip hop songs, romantic songs, etc.
Zouk is not only an elegant, graceful and beautiful dance, but it's
also a good form of exercise. Contrary to popular belief, you do not
need to be very flexible to do Brazilian Zouk. On the contrary, when you do
Brazilian Zouk, you will become more flexible, and stronger, especially in your
core, back and thigh muscles.
In this 2-hour x 4-lesson introductory workshop, you'll learn the basic
steps, turns and partner moves of Brazilian Zouk, as well as some of the
beautiful dips that are common to the dance. The steps and body
movement are different from Salsa, Bachata, etc. so they will take
some getting used to, if you already do those forms of dance.
Spaces are limited, so register today! Get ready to fall in love with
Brazilian Zouk! Register
To view Zouk performances by the Two Left Feet Zouk performance team,
Click here for a glimpse of
students dancing at a Zouk Social at Two Left Feet.
You do not need a partner to join the class. Classmates will be
partnered up with each other, and partners will be rotated
As Zouk is a fairly intimate and physically-close dance, you have
the option of staying with a specific partner during the
workshop. However, we do recommend rotating partners and
partnering with all your classmates during the workshop.
For greater mobility, please wear pants and proper dance shoes.
No skirts allowed.
Two Left Feet is the first dance school to offer classes on
Brazilian Zouk (traditional Rio-style).
Since their first Zouk workshop in July 2008, Two Left Feet now has
a Zouk performance team, and has performed Zouk in various events in
Singapore as well as in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Two Left Feet is
also the only school to provide continuous classes on Zouk, from
beginner to advanced classes.
Zouk classes are taught by Jean Goh and Wendy Yee, who were first
introduced to Zouk in July 2008 by Brazilian dancer, Alisson Sandi.
As their interest in Zouk grew, this was followed by even more
personal instruction from Alisson, Jaime Jesus, Alex Carvalho,
Renata Pecanha, and more. In March 2010, Jean & Wendy spent two and a half weeks in Rio de
Janeiro and Sao Paulo, purely to advance their dance skills in Zouk.
The experiences and insights they gained through social dancing and
numerous group and private lessons have been simply invaluable, and
they aim to pass this knowledge to all their students.
Today, Jean & Wendy continue to advance their skills in Brazilian
Zouk through lessons with highly acclaimed Zouk professors (Alisson Sandi,
Alex de Carvalho & Daniela Wergles, China & Luciana of SoukZouk,
Renata Pecanha & Jorge Peres, Kadu & Larissa, Mafie Zouker), whenever the opportunity arises,
through their travels or at Zouk congresses around the world.