fredag 11. august 2017

New beginner training NTNUi (Høst/Autumn 2017)

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- First training of the semester is MONDAY August 28th -

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art developed in the 15th century by Brazilian slaves. Capoeira is often referred to as a "fighting dance", since both elements are important parts of Capoeira - fight and dance. The practitioners play together in a "roda", meaning circle in Portuguese. In the roda we challenge each other to a one-on-one game of martial arts, camouflaged as dance, while the others around them build the atmosphere and bring energy to the players in the middle using instruments, clapping and song.

All while training balance, coordination, strength acrobatics, flexibility, music and rhythm. In training you will also use your creativity through interaction and improvisation that happens inside the roda - and later outside the roda when you feel ready.

No matter the age, gender or physical form: Capoeira works for all!

Beginner training for NTNUi is hold in close collaboration with GUC Trondheim. There is no need for earlier experience

New beginner trainings are free if you are a member of NTNUi, the only thing we require is that you pay the annual martial arts insurance of 210 NOK (you'll receive more inforation about that at the training).

Monday 20:30-22:00 
Newbginners and advanced (@DansiT studio)
Wednesday 19:00-21:00
Common training (@DansiT studio)
Thursday 19:00-20:30
NTNUi new beginners (@Birralee school gym)

New - ca. every 2nd - Friday 18:00-20:00
Roda&Music (@Svartlamon barnehage)

/// Updates & announcments are communicated at training & through our Facebook group!

LOCATION DETAILS:
DansiT studio: Strandveien 33 (Svartlamon)
Svartlamon barnehage: Strandveien 33 (Svartlamon)
Birralee school: Bispegata 9 (Kalvskinet)

Register through our registration scheme or send an e-mail to guctrondheim@gmail.com



Compilation video from GUC Vårroda (a Capoeira workshop) in Trondheim.
Video from the GUC Vårroda in Trondheim 2014