The captivating partner dance of LambaZouk (also known as Brazilian Zouk or Lambada Zouk) began in Brazil as a fresh approach to the Lambada dance of the 80′s. Dancers began to merge the steps and movements of Lambada with sensual Zouk music from the Caribbean. This fusion resulted in a fluid and dynamic dance with a unique connection, distinctive dips, sensual hip movements, and intricate head motions. LambaZouk is typically danced to Zouk music, although it can also be danced to Kizomba, Hip Hop, Rhythm and Blues, and Trance. In this series we will be covering basic fundamentals, connection, steps, body movement, and musicality specific to LambaZouk. Geared toward beginning Zouk dancers and building on each week's class, this series will invite you to experience this sensual and playful dance in a connected and embodied way.