We offer a fresh approach to learning Capoeira for anyone who wishes to try it out by creating a fun, safe and playful environment. By incorporating aspects of the latest findings in skill acquisition and movement research, we hope to provide dynamic lessons where all can develop their physical movement capacity and learn this rich Brazilian art irrespective of their level and background.
Our training methods are built on top of 16 years of traditional Capoeira training, with a methodology formed under the guidance of Mestre Papa-Leguas, a world renowned Capoeira Master from Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Learn from scratch | Bring your passion
Learn the famous Capoeira style created by the renowned and respected lineage of Master (Mestre) Suassuna, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Share the knowledge, music, understanding and training techniques of our personal teacher, friend and Master (Mestre) Papa-Leguas.
What to wear: Barefoot or plimsols, loose gym wear or Capoeira uniforms
Class Fees: £10 per class. £7 Students/U18
We have a regular class in Beckenham every Tuesday evening, and will open more classes in future.
You'll find us in Central Beckenham, less than 2 minutes walk from Beckenham Junction station, and on all town centre bus routes.
Tuesdays 7.30 - 9.00
Beckenham Methodist Church
CLASSES RETURN POST COVID BREAK 8TH SEPT 2020
All classes will adhere to government guidelines
After discovering Capoeira in Essex in 2000, I have been fortunate to learn the art from some of the best teachers all over the world. It's given me experiences and opportunities I could never have imagined, and I continue to learn from my Mestre and friends.
More recent times have seen me expand my horizons into other movement fields, which has undoubtedly helped me to become a better student and teacher.
I first went to learn Capoeira in Brazil in 2001 and met a fellow Brit, Raul, in a seriously dangerous favela in Rio De Janiero. A great friendship ensued there, through our gruelling 36 hours of training each week, month in month out.
The friendship, fascination and motivation is the same now as it was then.