Mississauga kizomba Level 1
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Kizomba Beginner Level 1

$84.96 Plus TAX 13%

Next 6 Weeks Course Starting Date On
Thursday, Jun 8 @7:00 - 7:45 PM

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  • No partner required
  • No dance experience required

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 #1 Kizomba Beginners Lessons | GTA Largest Kizomba Dance School | Mississauga Kizomba Classes

Mississauga Kizomba Classes Level 1


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Kizomba Beginner Level 1 – $84.96 + 13% tax = $96

Kizomba is known for having a slow, insistent, somewhat harsh yet sensuous rhythm as the result of electronic percussion. It is danced accompanied by a partner, very smoothly, slowly and sensuously, and with neither tightness nor rigidity. There are frequent simultaneous hip rotations coordinated between dance partners, particularly in the quieter refrains of the music. Several individuals with a love of the Kizomba culture have been promoting it in other countries. Kizomba music emerged as a more modern music genre with a sensual touch mixed with African rhythm and Haitian Kompa. Most kizomba songs are sung in Portuguese.  The origins of kizomba can be traced to late-1970s Africa, with influences variably attribed to Angola and Cape Verde .  Kizomba is characterised by a slower, romantic, sensuous rhythm.


Week 1:

  • Couple position explanation
  • Foot placements explanation
  • Body Isolation & hip explanation
  • Walking on time, double time and syncopated
  • Basic step on3 and on2 combination
  • Merengue quick around for 4 (1/2 turn) & slow double time for 4 in place (repeat)

Week 2:

  • Review week 1 plus Walk around on beat (like merengue changing directions for 16 counts)
  • The Clock – Relogio


Week 3:

  • Star to the Left  “Estrela Esquerda”
  • Star to the Right  “Estrela Derecha”
  • Slow tap twice, slow basic 3 (tap on4), basic on2

Week 4:

Saida da Mulher

Week 5:

Syncopate Turn

Week 6:

Combination  of all week, work on lead follow technique with changes of direction “checks / rebounds” with ¼ turns or 1/8 of a turn left and right

Next 6 Weeks Course Starting Date On
Thursday, Jun 8 @7:00 - 7:45 PM