Intensive Kizomba courses and workshops in Madrid center

Learn how to create your own style of kizomba fusion, urban kiz and tarraxo with our intensive courses.

Learn to dance kizomba with NuKiz

At NuKiz we offer regular courses, workshops and intensive courses for all levels, taught directly by our collective. We do it with our own innovative methodology based on a series of techniques and principles learned after many years of experience in various disciplines and dance groups. Our style is framed within the kizomba-fusion. In it, we try to integrate the different ways of dancing kizomba(urban kiz, tarraxo, tarraxinha, etc) with other very useful resources that come from other dances such as tango, lindy-hop or new urban styles.

The result is a flexible, dynamic and fun style with many possibilities. That allows us to dance in many different ways and to enjoy to the maximum with any dance partner, whatever their roll.



NU.0 (Home)

“I’ve seen kizomba videos and I love it, but I don’t even know what the basic steps are. I want to learn how to dance from the beginning so I can get around a bit on the dance floor and make it look like I know how to do something.”

NU.1 (Basic)

“Basics, exits and virgula, mastered.”
“I hear the beat and I jump in!”
But I want to do elaborate figures, contratiempos, tricks to dance infinite songs in a row and feel confident.”

NU.∞ (body-mind control).

“I want to go beyond dance steps. I’m interested in honing sensitivity, connection and embrace.”
* Content: Mind-body work + Douceur and tarraxa + Relaxation exercises + Intra and interpersonal connection + Role change + Dissociation + Active listening.

NU.2-3 (medium-advanced)

“I already know how to dance. I want to perfect technique, marks and their interpretation. Learn complex steps, footwork and cool tricks for social. “

NU.3 (experimental)
– Tarraxo from 0

NU.3 are designed for specific formations. To be able to perform them it is necessary to master the previous NU or to have an average level of urban or fusion.

What do our intensive courses consist of?

Our intensives are designed for people with little time, or those who want to learn quickly to take to the slopes.

This format greatly facilitates inclusion in the dance. Groups of a similar level are created, optimal to get rid of embarrassment, and when facing a social (dance club), it is nice to see your friends and practice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have to go as a couple?

Not at all, tell us which role you would like to learn:
if you prefer to interpret the music and turn it into steps, or follower if you prefer to let yourself go and try to understand what the leader proposes. You can always repeat the workshops changing the role to complete the learning and enjoy twice as much on the dance floor.

Sneakers, heels, special T-shirt, cologne?

We like to dance on shoes with small soles ( victoria type).), but if you can dance and balance on heels it is not a problem. It is important to come well groomed, bring a spare T-shirt. Keep in mind that we will be dancing close and without masks… and there are body odors that we may not be aware of that may make the other person uncomfortable.

I have never danced

If you have never danced before, great, so you have no vices to work on or deconstruct. After our intensive course you will be able to dance without any problems at any party or event. Do not worry about embarrassment, complexes or doubts that may arise, they are normal … and you should have seen us when we started!

I have danced other things (lindy hop, bachata, contemporary, salsa, tango, traditional kizomba).

If you have danced in other disciplines before, great too, because your brain is already predisposed to dance and the body. We will use all the technique lessons you have learned to adapt them to kizomba. We also come from other dances so we will be “translating” for you what works for us and what doesn’t from each of the other disciplines.

Is there a minimum or maximum age to register?

Our classes and intensives are aimed at an adult audience, so we consider that the minimum recommended age would be 16 years old, and the maximum, generally there would be no limit, with some exceptions, in which we dedicate spaces to do drags, portés or acrobatics.