Brazilian Zouk Workshops + Multifloor Social Night Extravaganza on Saturday, April 9th!!!

Join us for 2.5 hours of incredibly connected and cozy Brazilian Zouk fun with Y & Myriah from Cleveland! These thoughtful, entertaining individuals have an impressively well-established and detail-oriented curriculum that will enlighten you with every step while keeping you giggling along the way. Then (get this – no joke) they will join us to DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY!

Y & Myriah will also be available for Private Lessons on Saturday and Sunday! Check them out & shoot them a message on their FB page to schedule!


3:00 PM – 4:30 PM: BRAZILIAN ZOUK ENHANCING YOUR BASICS WORKSHOP!
Open to all levels, this workshop is recommended for those who want to get into the basic steps like WHOA. Myriah & Y will be doing a deep dive into zouk technique to give you a solid base and make all your moves look cleaner and feel better.

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM: INTENSIVE BUMERANGUE WORKSHOP!
Open to advanced beginner and intermediate zouk dancers (and above), this workshop will hone in on bumerangue/ boomerang/ bonus technique and fun n fancy variations to spice up your whole life. Everyone who takes the first workshop will be welcome to join the second!

9:15 PM – 1:00 AM: SPECIAL EDITION SOCIAL NIGHT: Pitt Salsa Club Fundraiser & Multifloor Extravaganza!
Myriah & Y will join us to strut their stuff to Zouk & Kizomba with DJ Mike David downstairs, while the Salsa & Bachata party rages with DJs Agustin & Beto upstairs! There will be a mini-lesson for Salsa & Bachata at 9:15pm included in the ticket, AND a performance by the Pitt Salsa Club! Our theme for the night will be TROPIZOUK – start searching for your flowery/plant-themed/Hawaiian outfits folks. 🌻🌿


Pricing:
*Basics Workshop: $30
*Intermediate Workshop: $20
*Both Workshops + Social Night: only $60!!!


Brazilian Zouk Workshops + Social Night with Myriah & Y!!!
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What is Brazilian Zouk?
Brazilian Zouk is an energetic, creative, and flowy Latin dance that originated from a Brazilian dance called Lambada. It was often danced to a Caribbean style of music called Zouk, and this is where the name comes from! Brazilian Zouk is incredibly diverse (!), but here are a few sample videos of renowned, beloved dancers & instructors so that you can get a feel for the dance!
*Marck & Melissa: https://tinyurl.com/2xyz25hv
*Ry’el & Jessica with Clo: https://tinyurl.com/4kx7r9v5
*William & Paloma: https://tinyurl.com/2vcwwutm

COVID-19 Safety Measures:
Our current COVID policy is that everyone visiting the studio must present proof of full vaccination OR wear a mask at all times. You can read more here: https://pgh.lossabrosos.org/policies/