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dance@braziliansouldance.com
0413 248 898

Imagine Rio Latin Dance in Brisbane

Imagine the largest most successful latin dance school in Brazil - the Jaime Arôxa Dance School.

Imagine among the 1000's of students there, a group of dozen or so core instructors teaching Brazilians how to dance Samba de Gafieira, Zouk, Bolero, Salsa, Tango, Forró, West Coast Swing, and Soltinho.

Imagine one of the core latin dance teachers running up to 22 latin dance classes plus private classes every week for 8 years.

Wouldn't it be great
if that teacher came to Brisbane
to run an authentic Latin Dance School
right here?

The teacher is Daniel, the dance school is Brazilian Soul Dance.

Daniel and Carolyn - a combined 31 years of teaching Latin Dance.

Brazilian Soul will be taking a long deserved break from teaching classes.

Our last class will be taught on Monday, 9th of May.

We want to thank all of the students who have supported us over the many great years of teaching in Brisbane.

We will keep you informed (via FaceBook) on when classes will start again.

Take care!

Join Daniel for the ultimate Brazilian experience!

Held over 4 hours (approx), you can expect to learn how to cook a delicious Brazilian dish, have a one hour private class (style of your choice) and then get to eat the yummy food you prepared earlier. All of this enjoyed out in the fresh country air!

The Brazilian Cottage Experiences are held on Saturdays and bookings are essential.

Price : $150 for one person or $185 for two people

All food, drinks and class is included in the price.

Book with Daniel on :0478 606 036 / 0413 248 898

Daniel and Carolyn danced a medley mixed by "apprentice" DJ Scottie Walsh at the Sunshine Coast Latin Dance Club's Christmas Party 8 December 2012. Faced with choosing between requests for Soltinho, Tango, Zouk, and Bolero, they decided to combine all four styles into one dance. Daniel and Carolyn love to dance from the heart so this performance was neither choreographed nor rehearsed, making it even more special. Not knowing quite when Scottie would make the switch added an extra element of surprise.