Lecture/Demo featuring: Grupo Axé Capoeira Tucson

April 27, 2017 - 11:00am to 12:15pm
University of Arizona - Harvill Bldg., Room 150


Grupo Axé Capoeira began in Recife, Brazil in 1982. Today, with academies throughout Canada, United States, Europe, Asia and South America, the Grupo continues to rise as one of the world’s leading Capoeira organizations.
The philosophy of Grupo Axé Capoeira is to respect all the mestres, preserve the roots and traditions of Capoeira, and train Capoeira in all its aspects: as a fight, art, dance, music and culture.  Grupo Axé Capoeira endeavors to teach and educate so that capoeira will grow in a positive healthy way. They attempt to pass on to the students physical and mental methods of training so that they learn to create situations and maintain a dialogue within the game. By playing both with friends and enemies, students learn to deal with any situation in or out of the roda. In North America, they not only teach movements, but the Brazilian language and customs as well so that the students may become true capoeiristas.
Axé Capoeira is working hard to ensure that Capoeira has a strong future. Through research, travel and participating in events, they hope to increase their knowledge in the art and contribute to the evolution of Capoeira. Our goal is for Capoeira to be placed among the most widely practiced and respected martial art forms in the world.

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