This hybrid dance and martial art from Brazil, set to music, teaches people how to express themselves using graceful movements
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$28.99 for one month of Capoeira Angola classes ($60 value)
$73.99 for three months of Capoeira Angola classes ($180 value)
Two players enter the ring; they kick. They evade. They tumble. They dance. All the while, a single-stringed instrument leads a band in songs of praise, reaction, and instruction. It's called Capoeira, and it's a Brazilian martial art with African influences. It builds self-confidence and teaches its players how to be cunning and express themselves in graceful movements. To win this game, one must make the other fall while still embodying grace. At Vadiacao de Oxossi, they practice this tradition while also teaching wilderness skills. The combination gives participants the tools to navigate their daily lives, the city, and the great outdoors.