When Mago and Anne Lauritzen moved to Colorado Springs to start a capoeira school in 2003, their challenge wasn’t creating a new business. It was educating the public on what capoeira is: A combination of acrobatics, dance and martial arts movements performed to live Brazilian music. The school, called Brazilian Capoeira, has 60 students and […]

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