BREAKDANCING: HISTORY AND FOUNDATIONAL ELEMENTS

Distinct regional variations further enrich the tapestry of Capoeira, with styles such as Capoeira Angola and its more contemporary counterpart originating in the 1930s, each imbued with its unique rhythm and flair. While Capoeira Angola exudes a sense of tradition and ritual, characterized by a slower tempo and deliberate movements, the regional style embraces a faster pace, marked by upright, assertive kicks, and a spirited energy.