It is time for our kids to show off what they have learned and earn their new cords. We have events coming very soon in both Northampton (Saturday 15th June) and Grantham (Sunday 16th June). We have special guests for each event and will be running workshops for all, so it’s not just for kids!
We are celebrating 10 years of Capoeira in Northampton this year, so come along and join in the fun.
The time has come around, yet again, for our Batizado. This is where new students are welcomed and given their first cords and established students may be awarded new ones.
This will be held in Cambridge from Friday 12th – Sunday 14th October and all details and registration are here.
There will be a special Batizado just for kids on Sunday 14th from 3pm. See the official event page for more information.
Please register as soon as you can!
Senzala Midlands is honoured to be welcoming Mestre Carlão from Kabula Capoeira to Northampton on Sunday 20th May 2018. Continue reading “Mestre Carlão in Northampton (Sunday 20/05/2018)”
Capoeira can be described as a Brazilian Art form that brings together elements of martial arts, acrobatics, dance and music in a game.
Everybody is welcome to come and train with us, men, ladies and children. So when we say everybody we do mean EVERYBODY! From absolute beginners all the way up to mestres.
Your first class is FREE if you click here to book it!
Senzala Midlands was formed by two Capoeiristas (Capoeira players), Tim El-Sheikh and Christos, under the guidance of Mestre Gato and Professor Carousel (Lloyd Howell), one of the founders of Group Senzala Anglia. Tim and Christos joined this group in 2001.
Before joining the group, Tim and Christos practiced Capoeira for almost two years on their own, with the help of their friend Julio. Julio is an excellent Capoeirista from Brazil who studied in the same university as Tim and Christos, and was the first person who taught them Capoeira from scratch!
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Founded in Rio de Janeiro, Group Senzala has been in existence for nearly 40 years. The group is probably the most famous Capoeira group in the world thanks to its many masters and other technicians teaching Capoeira. First introduced to Great Britain in 1971 by Nestor Capoeira but did not flourish until 1989, with the arrival of Mestre Gato. Continue reading “Group Senzala – Since 1963”