Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian community orientated martial art done to live music and song,
it involves many elements of acrobatics, flow, control and creativity.
Developed by African slaves in Brazil, this holistic mind body and soul practice helped the slaves fight against oppression, strengthen themselves and their communities and liberate them from their daily ailments.
Acrobatic, fun, social, inspiring, invigorating, inclusive and of course for everyone all ages and abilities, you can not find a better way to spend your spare time, then playing capoeira, and making music with friends
CDOB stands for Cordão de Ouro Britain, which means Britain's belt of gold in Brazilian Portuguese.
Cordão de Ouro was founded over 50 years and is an international organisation with affiliate groups in various countries worldwide, our global Capoeira community is based in São Paulo, Brazil, under our Grand Master, Mestre Suassuna, one of the world's most renowned pioneers for Capoeira in the world.