Blogjun 30, 2017
Many larger cities around the world have Brazilian Festivals. New York City has a famous Brazilian Festival the first weekend of September each year to celebrate Brazilian Independence Day. Festivals like this can attract thousands of people...Brazilians and non-Brazilians alike who go to enjoy the food, drinks, music, dancing and rich cultural performances.
Capoeira martial arts performances often take center stage at Brazilian Festivals. The unique flow and combination of music, dance, movement and culture is always a crowd pleaser.
Recently, there was a Festival in Hastings that showcased Capoeira as part of the celebration. These types of festivals are a great way for the local community to learn more about Capoeira.
Many people see and experience Capoeira for the first time at demonstrations at Brazilian Festivals. Capoeira is so unique that it's much easier to see and understand it in person for the first time than to have someone try and explain it. As Brazilian Festivals grow in popularity, it will help more people to see and learn more about Capoeira and Brazilian Martial Arts.
I love this place I have been playing Capoeira for the last 9 years and loved every second of it. The instructor, Advogado is very well versed in Capoeira history. He is a great instructor and teach anyone who is willing to try. I highly recommend everyone try capoeira at least once. If it's not for you at least you can say you tried. The students are friendly and willing to help anyone trying to learn.
9/3/2011 | Sofie G. | San Antonio, TX
i took this class. it was best thing in the world. Great class. highly recommend to anyone and everyone!!!
6/9/2011 | Chisung L.Seattle, WA
I started training with Brazilian Capoeira in January 2011 as something to supplement my running. I've never been one for working out in gyms and weight lifting. For me, Capoeira has great core workout. Think Tae Bo, Power Yoga and music rolled into one workout. READ MORE
9/18/2011 | Herb S | San Antonio, TX
I was looking for something active for my youngest daughter (age 11) to do, and we had tried a Taekwondo school and Shaolin-do school. My daughter was unimpressed with Shaolin-do and I was thoroughly disgusted by the teachers at the Taekwondo money-pit. READ MORE
9/11/2013 | Patton Z | San Antonio, TX