In the late 80s, Lambada was on the peak of its popularity. After a rapid decline of Lambada in the early 1990s, Brazilian dancers began to dance Lambada to Zouk music from the French-speaking Caribbean. Over time, influenced by numerous other dances and musical genres, this developed into a unique dance style now known as Brazilian Zouk.

Why is Zouk as a dance so special?

Versatility. From Samba and Tango to Modern Dance, Contemporary, Hip Hop, and R’n’B— all these dances have influenced Zouk, enriching its musical interpretation possibilities. Therefore, Zouk can now be danced to almost any type of music – the possibilities are endless.

Sensuality and Elegance. Smooth body waves, rhythmic isolations, dynamic head movements, sophisticated turns – all of these are part of the Zouk repertoire! The basics are easy to learn, and over time, the level increases.

Connection. Zouk is a partner dance where leaders and followers create movements together. Unlike other dances, the leading, with correct technique, is gentle and pleasant, providing an exceptionally great dancing experience. With Zouk, you can wonderfully let go and forget about daily life!

Just give it a try and be surprised! From our own experience, we can say: Zouk is downright addictive.