Negacia

Level: Beginner | Style: Mixed Style

Tutorials, Step By Step guide, Tips & Follow Along Video

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Negacia means to negotiate - which makes complete sense - this movement is often used in order to wait for the other player to make their move.

Move Background

This movement is a variation on the cadeira/paralelo, part of the ginga, but is considered a movement in its own right.

Step by step guide

  • When practiced frequently, you'll develop strong legs and core, which gives you the ability to move freely in low positions.
  • This form of strength will benefit you in all movement disciplines - particularly Capoeira.
  • It's the same stance as the paralelo, except you flow from one side to the other, switching you arms and waving your head.

Variations on Balanco

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Balança

Style: Mixed Style
Level: Beginner
Sub Type : Balanco

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Cadeira

Style: Mixed Style
Level: Beginner
Sub Type : Balanco

Learn Capoeira Move Esquiva Paralela
Esquiva Paralela

Style: Mixed Style
Level: Beginner
Sub Type : Balanco


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Style: Mixed Style
Level: Beginner
Sub Type : Au

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Canivete

Style: Contemporânea
Level: Intermediate
Sub Type : Ponte

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Aú de Frente

Style: Mixed Style
Level: Intermediate
Sub Type : Au

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Bananeira

Style: Mixed Style
Level: Intermediate
Sub Type : Bananeira

Learn Capoeira Move Pêndulo
Pêndulo

Style: Mixed Style
Level: Advanced
Sub Type : Bananeira

Learn Capoeira Move Ponte
Ponte

Style: Mixed Style
Level: Beginner
Sub Type : Ponte


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