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Capoeira CDO Perth

Capoeira is a Brazilian art form that is a dance, is a fight and is a culture in itself. It allows anyone, of any age, sex or background to explore their fitness, whether it's their strength, balance, flexibility, endurance, stamina or rhythm. Through practising capoeira, you can also experience and learn acrobatics, afro-brazilian dancing, samba and batucada (brazilian percusion and drumming), which make up an important part of the culture and history of capoeira and also Brazil. These all come together in a mesmerising and enjoyable art.

For more information visit www.capoeiracdoperth.com.au or call 0408 924 490.

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