BOKWA, is a trademarked name and workout that is
derived from a combination of two words. "BO" represents the light
boxing and "KWA" representing the cultural and traditional dance
Kwaito, hence, BOKWA is born.
It is an intense cardiovascular workout combined with
South African war dance, Capoeira, Kickboxing and Steps. It has
been proven to burn a great amount of calories making it easier for
weight loss goals. Through the use of fast paced extreme movement,
a fun, challenging, and energizing total body workout was
BOKWA is a very unique dance fitness program due to
the use of letters and numbers as placement combined with use of
hand signals and American Sign Language. It is refreshing and
builds strength and endurance driven by the pulsating rhythmic
beats of African, Latin, Popular dance and House music. Bokwa is an
innovative dance fitness program that is an abundance of fun and
does NOT feel like a workout!!!!
Learn something completely new! Bokwa is the new
exciting fitness dance, available to everybody, using the rhythmic
beats of African, Latin, popular dance and house music. High and
Low impact cardiovascular dance worksout.
The Bokwa dance steps will be broken down into easy
to follow steps by using repetition. Handouts will be provided to
refer to steps and their given names of the letters of the
alphabet. We will be counting steps, while working to the beat,
phrase and block led by the tutor. It covers the mixture of low and
high impact movements.
By the end of this course you should be able
Demonstrate the new dance/fitness routine, increase
fitness, flexibility, strength, motor skills and sense of rhythm.
Describe where Bokwa originated from.
What level is the course and do I need any
Suitable to all who have interest in fitness and
How will I be taught, and will there be any
work outside the class?
Demonstration, verbal explanation, handouts,
correction, repetition, pair work.
Are there any other costs? Is there anything
I need to bring?
Wear confortable clothes and cross trainers to
support your feet and ankles.
Do I need to have an interview before I can