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Capoeira CDO Hawaii

Established in 2006, Capoeira Cordão de Ouro Hawaii (CDO Hawaii) is an official branch of the Capoeira Cordão de Ouro Association from São Paulo.  Lead by Instutor Bala and supervised by Contra-mestre Duas Duzias (Viçosa, Minas Gerais), CDO Hawaii has been actively promoting and showcasing not only Capoeira, but also the other Afro-Brazilian art forms such as Maculele, Samba, Batucada and Dança de Guerrero.

 

Grupo Cordão de Ouro

Capoeira Cordão de Ouro Association (Associação de Capoeira Cordão de Ouro) was founded in September 1st, 1967 by Mestre Suassuna and Mestre Brasilia in São Paulo, Brazil. The name “Cordão de Ouro (Golden Belt)” was inspired by a popular song at that time on the radio. It was also a nickname of a legendary capoeirista, Besouro Cordão de Ouro, who lived before the division of Capoeira Angola and Regional.

In the academy, Mestre Suassuna taught Capoeira Regional, and Mestre Brasilia taught Capoeira Angola. From there, Cordão de Ouro has spread throughout the world on five different continents, has become one of the most renowned Capoeira groups in the world.

We follow a belt system originally created by Mestre Suassuna. Although the basic system is similar, it can be different depending on your mestre of your school even if it has a CDO lineage.

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