Welcome to to Capoeira Society Webpage!
What is Capoeira?
Capoeira is an afro-brazilian martial art. It combines fight, dance, music and acrobatics in a unique and exciting way. It was developed by slaves in Brazil in the 16th century.
Nucleo de Capoeiragem
Our society is affiliated with the Nucleo de Capoeiragem group, which started in Brazil. Here in Bristol we are taught by our Brazilian Mestre, Claudio Campos.
Our group is very friendly and open so feel free to come along to a session to try Capoeira for yourself! Don't worry if you have never tried it before, all our sessions are suitable for all abilities.
We look forward to seeing you there. Axé!
Missed the taster? Still want to give Capoeira a go? Don't worry just come along to any of our regular classes outlined below!
Our normal training times are as follows:
Tuesdays: 6:00pm - 7:00pm, Student Beginners class, Stephenson Roon, Student Union, BS8 1LN
Tuesdays: 7:45pm - 9:30pm, All Levels (Beginners welcome!), Malcolm X Community Centre, BS2 8YH
Thursdays: 7:30pm - 9:30pm, All Levels (Beginners welcome!) Dance Space, The Island, BS1 2LE
Saturdays: 1:00pm - 3:00pm, All Levels (Beginners welcome!) Carpenter Room, Student Union, BS8 1LN
First class for students is FREE!
Weekly updates can be found on our website and our facebook page, so double check there before you come!
All our classes cost £5 - all conveniently pay as you go!
A student membership gets you 20% off all classes you attend!
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2-year memberships: £8
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