Zouk-lambada or Brazilian zouk is a couple dance descended from lambada in Brazil. The name Brazilian zouk is used to distinguish the dance from the Caribbean zouk dance, which is historically related to, but very different from the lambada. The three dominant lines of Brazilian zouk are Lambada/Lambazouk, Zouk Traditional, and NeoZouk. The Brazilian zouk dances are among the most popular couple dances in Brazil, others being forró, lambada, samba de gafieira and salsa. (sources: wikipedia & Brazilian Zouk Council)


How to Do Zouk Dance Basic Steps
How to Do an Easy Zouk Circle
How to Do the Zouk Washing Machine
How to Do Zouk Exits
How to Do the Zouk Slow Wave & Sway
How to Do the Zouk Infinity Step
How to Do Simple Turns in Zouk Dance
How to Do the Zouk Dip Dance Move
How to Do the Sit Dip Dance Move
How to Do an Advanced Zouk Dip


Brazilian Zouk Dance Council Major international conventions