Giraffas, the Brazilian quick-service chain that recently expanded to Florida, is launching the Giraffas Community Capoeira Class in Aventura, Florida, to introduce community members to the Brazilian martial arts form.

The group exercise combines dance moves, acrobatics, and Brazilian beats. Due to Capoeira originating in Brazil, Giraffas believed there would be no better way to have fun the Brazilian way, then to invite Ruben Vagalume, owner of Nago Academy in Aventura, to be apart of conducting the first-ever, Giraffas Community Capoeira Class.

Giraffas and Vagalume invite the community in to experience a free Capoeira class at Nago Academy and to kickoff his new Capoeira program, which will continue to take place at his studio in Aventura. The class will take place on August 23 and is open for people ages 12 and up. After the class comes to a close and participants have worked up an appetite, food samples will be served.


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