Preview of documentary (in progress) “Mestre Bezerra” – Camera and Edit: Gilberto Mendonça. ‘Muiraquita’ – 2nd year documentary on Marcio Mendes, the founder of Muiraquita Capoeira school. Capoeira, art of the wellbeingnthrough game and dance. Watch it now! Enjoy it!
Muiraquitã Capoeira is the first Capoeira School in Toronto, established in 1999 by Mestre Marcio Mendes. Muiraquitã was a pioneer then and remains a pioneer today. Now, in 2011, Muiraquitã is the first to create Capoeira programs specifically designed to
The fist of it´s kind. We partner with condominium corporations to conduct Capoeira workshops in the common facilities area for their residents. Working together with the management group, we design, promote and implement Capoeira workshops.
We incorporate music throughout our classes. In these classes you will learn how to play the berimbau, atabaque, pandeiro and agogo, as well as how to sing capoeira songs…. You will gain all the skills, strength, flexibility, balance and co-ordination
Private capoeira lessons provide a faster and more efficient way to achieve your capoeira and health and fitness goals. Beginners can learn new moves and gradually develop confidence to play in the roda… Capoeira is a Brazilian art form combines
Capoeira has many benefits: it improves tone, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, self-defence, strength, aerobic ability, co-ordination, body awareness and self-expression.
Our goal is give people with disability a sense of inclusion and to have them have a fun, full and rich experience. We provide a healthy and supportive environment where they will learn a variety of capoeira movements, playing capoeira
MUIRAQUITÃ CAPOEIRA RECOMMENDED LINKS Blog from the Grand-Master Bezerra. He is the master of Marcio Mendes. Galeria Website from Kit Laughlin. He is is one of the world’s authorities on the subject of stretching and a big influence in Marcio’s
The Native people in the Amazon believed that the reflexion of the full moon on the rivers where signs from the Good of the Moon. The day after full moon they would go back to the river and at the