Capoeira is a 400 year old Afro-Brazilian martial art/dance that combines music & song with flowing movements in highly stylized "games" that promote health and coordination.
Workshops are aimed at anyone between the ages of 6 to 60 and a single session is usually 1 - 2 hours long. A typical workshop normally starts with a short description of Capoeira and its history. After a brief warm up, a set of traditional movements are taught. Individuals then pair up and practice these movements in a free but controlled way. The musical side of Capoeira is then introduced and the group is encouraged to sing and to play various traditional instruments. Finally a circle is formed, the music starts and the game begins.
Fraser MacDonald has been teaching Capoeira in the Highlands for over 10 years. Working for organisations such as the Highland council, Moray Council, Eden Court, The National Theater of Scotland, schools and various community groups. He has also done extensive work with active schools coordinators throughout the Highlands and Moray. He recently received the title of Trenel (Trainer) from his Capoeira master, Mestre Marrom of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
If you are interested in bookings or more information please call Fraser on 07796688663 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org