mischivix


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Posted:I have been looking for a good Capoiera class in London. I noticed that some of you mentioned Capoiera in the 'Dancing Styles and Geography' thread. I went to a workshop at the BJC and am totally hooked so if anyone knows any good London based classes I would muchly appreciate being pointed in the right direction.

keep smilling
HazeX

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because i'm a joyful girl
because the world owes me nothing
and we owe each other the world


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taztastic
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Posted:Hi there Haze. It's Taro. I met u at Dave and Chris's house party. I was looking into it myself a while ago.

These link should point you in the right direction:

http://www.amazonas.org.uk/
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http://www.londonschoolofcapoeira.co.uk/


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mischivix


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Location: London UK

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Posted:Hay Taro

Thank you for the information

HazeX


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Simos


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Location: London, UK

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Posted:Hey there, I'm kind of looking into this myself - how about this as a startpoint?

web page

Please let me know if you go to any of the classes and if they were any good or not!
Happy swinging,
Simos


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