Mestre Fran instructs students in the rhythmic sways and kicks, mental cunning, and rich cultural heritage of Brazilian capoeira
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Martial arts are an effective method of self-dense, just like never making eye contact with tall people. Shield yourself from attack with this Groupon.
- $20 for two weeks of unlimited martial arts classes ($65 value)
During capoeira classes students twist, kick, and move to Brazilian rhythms, burning calories and building functional strength as they learn about Brazilian culture and language.
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About Capoeira Maculelê Decatur
Francisco Antonio Rodrigues da Silva⎯better known to his students as Mestre Fran⎯began his journey with Caopeira at age 10, studying the ancient dancelike martial art under a seasoned teacher in Sao Paolo. After years of learning the hypnotic rhythmic moves of Capoeira and studying the African dance rhythms of Macuele, Mestre Fran took his art to the streets of Londrina, Brazil, giving impoverished youth a positive outlet for their creative energies with public performances and classes. After developing a successful martial arts organization in his home country, Mestre Fran set out for the United States in 2002, introducing Americans to Caoperia through cultural shows throughout the Atlanta area and instructing newcomers through beginner, children's, and adult classes.
Like punching a portrait of your smug fruit bowl, capoeria combines both art and fighting. The practice develops the mind, body, and spirit by instilling self-confidence, building agility and strength, and teaching students about the vibrant culture of Brazil. Capoeiristas twist and bob to the rhythm of drums as they execute gymnastic kicks and turns, or they show off their newfound knowledge at the studio's Friday-night Samba, Macuele, and Portuguese language classes.