Dancing is like dreaming with your feet.
NASSER Y MING
Nasser and Ming, one of the top International Kizomba couple, bringing you top Kizomba classes and performance.
Nasser was a dedicated apprentice of Mestre Petchu (Angola) and Vanessa (Portugal), and now himself is one of the most popular and sought after Kizomba instructors in Sweden. His art has also been noticed and appreciated abroad, so now he sharing his passion and travel to teach international in several countries.
He is known for his authentic teaching and technique, he offers his students tailor-made courses adjusted to each students abilities. He focuses and specializes on the “connection” with one’s dance partner and the music. His classes are always an assortment of energy and laughter without shying away from quality or focus. No matter if you are the leader or the follower, his ability to spot and explain the smallest of detail helps each student to develop and fine-tune his/her style. Nasser’s capability to match his dance moves with the music gives his pupils a great variety, both in his classes and on the dance floor.
Ming was also an apprentice of the legendary Kizomba dancers Mestre Petchu (Angola) and Vanessa (Portugal). She started dancing traditional Thai dance at 8 years old, and as she grew up she became a Cha Cha and Rumba instructor in Thailand.
She is one of the best known Kizomba instructors in Sweden for her positive personality and her love for the Kizomba style of dancing. Her specialty is how to teach the followers how to interpret the signals from the leaders to create a vibrant connection between them. Ming is specialized in Kizomba lady styling, were the focus is on the feminine movements and feeling. She teaches Kizomba at Stockholm Salsa Dance, and has done many International workshops and she is scheduled on several performances in Asia and Europe.
Recommendation of the organization
If you want to have fun while you learn, take advantage of their classes in this festival. The patience in teaching of Nasser and the style of Ming will make you discover new steps of Kizomba made in Sweden 😉