- Partner social dance that Originated in Brazil.
- Developed from the Lambada dance style.
- Uses Fantastic range of music to dance to (including a lot of most popular radio hits).
- Popular all over the World.
Originating in Brazil in the early 1990s and evolving from the Lambada dance style, Brazilian Zouk is a captivating and sensual social partner dance. It quickly spread worldwide and gained popularity in various countries, including Brazil, Russia, Australia, The Netherlands, Spain, Czech Republic, Finland, and more.
With a diverse musical range, from contemporary pop to traditional Zouk beats, Brazilian Zouk offers a dynamic and intimate dance experience, suitable for both beginners and experienced dancers.
One of the Best Brazilian Zouk dancers in the World: William Teixeira and Paloma Alves.