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capoeira

a movement discipline combining martial art and dance, which originated among African slaves in 19th-century Brazil
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Just be sure you head to Forte da Capoeira around 7pm for a demonstration of capoeira, a mesmerising martial-arts-like tradition with origins in African rituals brought to Brazil during slavery and routinely outlawed into the 20th century.
"Later I realised that getting various artistic communities from African dance, break dance, capoeira, yoga, Afro-Latin dance communities, drumming, and so on, will make Tandawazi achieve its goal of connecting more cultures and giving credibility to the arts sector."
Carnival celebrations in the street with Brazilian dancers, capoeira, free caipirinha cocktails and free face-painting for kids.
Encontrar uma escola que trabalhasse com a capoeira e que estivesse disposta a abrir suas portas para um olhar externo se constituiu em um trajeto marcado por imprevistos e algumas dificuldades (3).
Today's Doodle celebrates Manuel dos Reis Machado, or Mestre Bimba, the master who legitimised capoeira and founded the world's first school to teach this "dance / fight" martial arts style.
On the Official re-launching event at the Embassy Claudio Raja Gabaglia Lins, Ambassador of Brazil said that Capoeira is a Brazilian traditional martial art that combines elements of dance, music, acrobatics, fighting and self-defense.
* Are the dance-like aesthetics of Capoeira, Knocking-and-Kicking and/or Asafo flag dancing due to external repression, intrinsic qualities, both, neither?
Thus, the purpose of this study was to assess the effects of two training programs, using adapted capoeira and walking, on the BMD and functional autonomy of post-menopausal women.
An additional 40 children from a Nairobi orphanage, who train capoeira with the Kenyan based NGO Moving Cultures, joined the final workshop and roda at the Kenyan National Theatre for free.
My experience was inspiringhaving people from all around the world sharing this culture of capoeira. It was something different, something new.
Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music.
Summary: Inspired by Capoeira, Moroccan artist Hiba Khamlichi's paintings are infused with colour, energy and movement