Gaëlle & Hugo – Vereinstraining – 01.-03.12.2017

For the 1st time in Berlin, Hugo & Gaëlle are our special zouk guest teachers for the Vereinstraining of December 2017! Don’t miss this chance to learn Brazilian Zouk with this young and talented couple!



Friday, 1st DEC:
22:00-02:00 –> Zouk Party @ La Mambita (Mehringdamm 33)

Saturday, 2nd DEC:
14:00-17:00 –> 3h Open-Level Workshops @La Mambita

Sunday, 3rd DEC:
13:30-15:30 –> 2h Advanced* Workshops @ La Mambita

19:00 – 20:00 –> Zouk Class @ Soda Club
20:00 – 2:00 –> Zouk Party @ Soda Club



Friday @ La Mambita, Mehringdamm 33, backyard 2nd entrance
22:00-02:00, entrance fee: 5€

Sunday @ Soda Club, Kulturbrauerei, Knaackstr. 97
19:00-20:00, entrance fee: 6€ incl. 1h Zouk class and party
20:00-02:00, entrance fee: 6€ incl. 3€ drink coupon



FREE for Dança Alegria members!!!
(read below how to become member)

Full Pass*
# All workshops (5h) + Friday Party, €50

Saturday Pass
# Open-Level workshops (3h) + Friday Party, €30

Sunday Pass*
# Advanced workshops* + Friday Party, €30

* to participate in Advanced workshops you need to have at least 2 years of Zouk experience



Private classes are a great way to speed up your learning process! Hugo & Gaelle are also available for private classes in Berlin during the weekend 1-3 December 2017. Contact us at for more information on times and prices.



Hugo Latiff is a Brazilian dancer and teacher from Rio de Janeiro with experience in all Brazilian dances: Brazilian zouk and samba de gafieira (his specialties), forro, bolero, soltinho and salsa. He studied dance since the age of 13 and studied Brazilian Zouk more specifically at Renata Peçanha’s school for two years, six days a week, before continuing on his own path. He taught lessons and workshops in Rio before he travelled to Europe.

Gaëlle Latiff is his partner in dance and in life. She is from Paris and has taught pole dancing in Helsinki for many years. She has experience in circus arts as well as in Brazilian zouk, kizomba, salsa and other solo dances such as oriental dancing, lyrical jazz and twerk. She lived in Rio de Janeiro for two years, deepening her knowledge of Brazilian zouk at Renata Peçanha’s school and experiencing the local zouk scene as well as the Brazilian culture.

To know more about Dança Alegria and how to become a member (even if you don’t live in Berlin!), please visit:

* to participate in Advanced workshops you need to have at least 2 years of Zouk experience