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In this 2-hour feet-on-the floor workshop delve into the fundamental connection, steps, and body movements that make both Zouk and Kizomba the essential dances of love. Zouk, a partner dance inspired by the Brazilian Lambada, and Kizomba, a partner dance from Angola also known as the “African Tango” are both dances of ultimate connection, musicality, flow, and grace. This workshop will illuminate these qualities as we feel them arise in our bodies inspired through the connection of these dances. “Zouk & Kizomba Connection and Flow” is suitable for all levels of dancers.

In this 2-hour feet-on-the floor workshop delve into the fundamental connection, steps, and body movements that make both Zouk and Kizomba the essential dances of love. Zouk, a partner dance inspired by the Brazilian Lambada, and Kizomba, a partner dance from Angola also known as the “African Tango” are both dances of ultimate connection, musicality, flow, and grace. This workshop will illuminate these qualities as we feel them arise in our bodies inspired through the connection of these dances. “Zouk & Kizomba Connection and Flow” is suitable for all levels of dancers.

Add this flow and flair next time you are on the dance floor!  Prepare yourself dance and study more Zouk and Kizomba the weekend of November 6th-9th at the Dances of Love Festival Hawaii 2014. You may register for class with or without a partner. Partners will rotate throughout the class, unless otherwise requested.

Rachel Meth ZoukRachel Meth is a dancer and instructor who loves the connection, joy, mindfulness, and self-expression that one can experience through the art of dancing and sharing dance with others. She began her journey as a dancer and fitness instructor when she was certified in Zumba Fitness back in 2007. She has since been studying, dancing, and teaching fitness and Latin and Brazilian dance classes throughout the US and South America where she discovered and trained in the dynamic and sensual dance of Lambada Zouk, and later, in the Angolan dance of Kizomba. She has also instructed at various dance congresses including Charlotte Bachata & Salsa Festival, The Grand Canyon Salsa Festival, the Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival, and the Dances of Love Festival Hawaii. As a middle school teacher, Rachel has organized dance classes and organizations in various schools with the passionate belief in dance as a means for building community, relationships, and self-awareness.

She is the founder of Zouk and Kizomba Hawaii, and organizes the Dances of Love Festival Hawaii, Hawaii’s first Zouk, Kizomba, Bachata, and Wellness Festival. She currently resides in Durham, North Carolina where she is teaching and organizing her non-profit organization, Embodied Dance.


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