Mistura Movement is a kizomba dance concept based in the Netherlands and lead by Selwin & Suleika, one of today’s Holland’s top kizomba couples.
Selwin started dancing with Salsa & Bachata. A few years he saw kizomba on the dancefloor and immediately fell in love with it. Suleika dived into the dancing world when she was just 6 years old. She started with dancing street dance and later on hip hop styles. After finishing the high school she entered the Dance Academy and graduated from it with a Bachelor degree. There she focused on ballet, jazz and modern dance styles and also started teaching Hip Hop, Jazz and modern dance to grown-ups and children. she saw a video of kizomba on the Internet and became curious about this dance style. When she saw Selwin dancing Kizomba at a social party, she totally fell in love with the dance and started doing her research and training with Selwin. Since then Selwin and Suleika known as Mistura Movement are dancing, performing and teaching kizomba together as a couple at the international dance events.
In their opinion, kizomba gives you relaxation, peace, positive energy, musicality, connection, body awareness and also a great feeling of freedom and passion to express yourself and to share this passion with people.
In Kizomba you really have a connection with the person you’re dancing with. You don’t have to think about what you have to do, and you can totally relax and dance. For them that’s the biggest difference between kizomba and for example Hip Hop or any other dance style where you don’t dance with a partner.
The mission of Mistura Movement is to spread their passion for dance and to let people express themselves and enjoy life with each other through dance and music.
Their classes have a fun and social atmosphere, are full of new figures, combinations, shines and laughter. Although they pay a special attention to their students dancing technique. There is a lot to learn from them about partnering technique, leading, following, and musicality; with the goal of improving a student personally as a dancer.