Dancing School

In the heart of Sao Paulo, the Clube Latino is a space dedicated to your wellness and fun through dance

Reference in the brazilian ballroom dance, Rodrigo Oliveira and Karina Carvalho, develop a working together since 2005, and coordinate the Clube Latino Dance School. Situated in the heart of São Paulo, our school has a specialized staff and personalized service.

Located in the Consolação Street, corner with Paulista Ave. (one of the most famous avenues in the city), we offer private lessons and classes with limited numbers, for better development. Courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced, and special classes for semi-professionals and professionals. We also offer classes in English, Spanish and French. Come live this unique and unforgettable experience, knowing the Brazilian culture through dance.

Business Hours

The Clube Latino Dance School, operates from Monday to Friday from 11:30am to 22:30pm and on Saturdays from 11am to 20pm.

Localization

Consolação Street, 2416, Corner with Paulista Ave. São Paulo, SP. In front of the Paulista Subway – Yellow line

Phone: +55 11-2849-4566 | +55 11 3272-9823

Class Of Brazilian Rhythms

Meet the waddle and the Brazilian swing! We have a team dedicated to teach samba no pé (like carnival), zouk-lambada/brazilian zouk, forró and samba de gafieira.

Private Class

An excellent custom class option, with schedule flexibility and quick development. This class can be individual or in small groups, with teachers who speak English, Spanish and French. Thus providing, fast communication and better results in the classroom.

Group Lessons

We have groups of specific rhythm such as: Salsa, Brazilian Zouk, Tango, Samba-Rock, Samba de Gafieira, Forró, Bolero and Sertanejo. In the classes we call Brazilian Ballroom Dancing, we developed three rhythms: Forró, Samba de Gafieira and Bolero.

Lots of Dancing

Here in Clube Latino you will find many options to dance a lot. Also, we have classes of Zumba, Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop and Stiletto. Every class has a duration of 1 hour, except for Ballet, the class has 1h30.

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