About Brazilian Zouk
Brazilian Zouk is a partner dance which began in Brazil during the early 1990s. Brazilian Zouk evolved from the partner dance known as the Lambada. As the Lambada music genre went out of fashion, Lambada dancers turned to Caribbean Zouk (from the francophone, Caribbean Islands) as their music of choice. It was this transition that birthed the dance known as Brazilian Zouk. The term "Brazilian Zouk" was adopted in order to distinguish the dance style from the musical genre "Caribbean Zouk".
Community plays an important role in our dance education. At Zouk Conexào we strive to create and maintain a positive and safe community for everyone to learn and grow. We look to include everyone and
Along with Zouk our teachers also cross-train and teach other dances. Zouk Conexao also teaches Bachata and Salsa. Our teachers have extensive backgrounds in different dances which only brings creativity to our Zouk community. We welcome and encourage anyone with any or no dance background to come and try us out!
Zouk Conexào hosts events that are attended by international artists, djs and dancers. We host weekly lessons, monthly socials, weekenders and festivals. Zouk Conexào teaches Zouk and Bachata classes at Georgia Tech! We also teach all over the country spreading dance and joy to everyone who attends our events!