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Who we are

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Our Brighton Capoeira Angola group was established by Boneco de Sousa in 2002. Together with his three sisters, Boneco has been teaching Capoeira in UK for many years.

Boneco and his sisters are known within the capoeira community as the 'Amazonas' family. They are well known in the UK, Europe and Brazil as a dedicated practitioner and welcoming Capoeira Angola school. We regularly collaborate with other UK-based groups and bring guest teachers over from Brazil and Europe.

Currently, we offer regular Capoeira Angola classes to all backgrounds and ages in Brighton. We believe that Capoeira brings positive change to people's lives, empower individuals through Afro-Brazilian culture, social awareness, empowerment and mutual respect. 

Since 2015 we have worked in partnership with Amazonas Arts, a not-for-profit community association bringing the benefits of Capoeira and related activities to schools and community groups.

about BrightonCapoeira Angola

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 Brighton Capoeira Angola Mucambo delivers its work for the community. Practising, studying and sharing Capoeira Angola, are the main focus. Promoting well being for all ages and communities. Brighton Capoeira Angola stimulates in people desire to learn something new or quite different from conventional classes. whether it is physical movement or musical engagement.

Our Capoeira Angola class gives everyone the opportunity to grow self-confidence so that you can reach your go with our guide. Brighton Capoeira Angola 
organises annual events where Capoeira practitioners from all over the UK and abroad gather for workshops to share in this art form and learn from each other.


Today in Brighton, We have stablished The Group Mucambo Capoeira angola and students to represent our work in Brighton. We are base in Brighton UK where everyone is welcome to share with us experiences through Capoeira Angola.
 

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Our Teacher

Contra-Mestre Boneco

Boneco has been teaching Capoeira since the 1990s. Also, he is a percussionist, qualified fitness instructor and an Associate Lecturer in Stage and Film Combat in acting with BADC at University of Chichester.

Boneco's vison in Capoeira angola is to study its origins, its ancestrality and reciprocate teaching methods of capeira angola being passing down, such as music and the etiquette movements by an inclusive and also a reflective environment in class. Creating space for everyone to learn confidently Capoeira angola, by the fact that in Brazil enslaved African and indigenous cultures fused. Capoeira angola can disseminate benefits of well - being, sense of community with a positive approach to the practice. 


 

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