Kizomba and Semba
Kizomba is a slow dance, with sensual shades, and movements that combine knee flexion with ascending and descending rhythms, as well as hip rotations. It is usually danced in a circle, with steps forward and backward.
The evolution of the kizomba has come to different dance steps short and open, with rapid foot movements and the execution of many tricks. The importance is given to the sensations caused by the closeness with the couple.
Kizomba and grounding
Like many African dances, Kizomba is a grounding dance. Grounding, also called earthing, is a therapeutic technique that involves doing activities that “ground” or electrically reconnect you to the earth. Besides the therapeutic aspect, grounding gives power and flow to the dance movements.
Kizomba is connection
Connection is paramount for a great Kizomba dance. Connection is what makes Kizomba so appealing. Once you experience the depth of connection in Kizomba you simply fall in love with the dance.