What is Brazilian Zouk?
The definition of our dance
Brazilian Zouk is Street Latin’s fastest growing dance. It can be danced to many genres of music – from Pop’s Top 100, to traditional Zouk music, to Brazilian music. It is a highly technical dance that is easy to pick up. While salsa is led with the hands, Brazilian Zouk’s is led by various part of the body. Its signature head & body movements is what makes the dance unique and gives its sensual characteristic. This beautiful dance began in Brazil during the early 1990s. It originated from a Brazilian dance called Lambada with influences from Samba de Gafieira, Brazilian Bolero and Forró.
Watch some Zouk dances!
To give you a taste of Brazilian Zouk dance that we love, watch some videos below and get inspired like we have! As you can see, the music for Brazillian Zouk is varied, and the top 40 songs with 4 count beats usually works for this dance style.
So if you've got the passion, we can guide you in your dance journey. Come and experience the gift of dance for yourself.
Credits to the International Artist that have been displayed in these videos: Carlos, Fernanda, William, Larissa, Bruno, Rubia, Brenda & Anderson.