Kizomba Maine


Kizomba Maine


Kizomba Lessons

Wednesdays from 7-8 p.m. in Portland, Maine.

$80 for 6 class punch card.

Drop ins - $15


Latin Mix Dance Party

Join us on Friday, November 9th for our next party! The event will start off with a Kizomba lesson from 7-8 p.m. followed by a party from 8 to 10 p.m. The party will feature a mix of Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, Merengue and more.

As always, beginners are welcome. Come with or without a partner.

Everything takes place at Aquarius Ballroom, 202 Kennebec Street, Portland, Maine.


Dancegiving Dance Party

Wednesday, November 21st

6-7 Swing lesson

7-8 Kizomba / Semba lesson

8-10 Afro-Latin Mix Dance Party

This party will feature a mix of Kizomba, Salsa, Bachata, Semba and Swing dancing.


Kizomba lessons, parties and special events in Maine since 2014.

Headquartered in Portland, Maine.




202 Kennebec St.
Portland, ME 04101

(207) 331-1723



Regular Weekly Classes

Weekly Kizomba group lessons are held each Wednesday night from 7 - 8 p.m. at Aquarius Ballroom Dance Studios in Portland, Maine.  Drop ins are always welcome, and feel free to come with or without a partner.  No prior experience required.

S/B/K Parties

One Friday each month we have an S/B/K party.  Featuring Salsa, Bachata and Kizomba music, these parties are designed to keep everyone happy.


Kizomba is a partner dance traditionally from Angola.  It is danced to traditional Kizomba, Ghetto Zouk or to other styles of music.  Our lessons focus on the basics and get students ready for social dancing.

Private Lessons

Private lessons are the quickest most efficient way to learn.  In a private lesson, the class is catered to you, and progresses at your speed, whatever works best for you.


Semba is a traditional partner dance from Angola that existed before what is now called Kizomba.  It is danced to Semba music, which is traditionally from Angola.


Special Events

Charity events, fundraisers, special lessons for business functions.


People have asked me why I chose to be a dancer. I did not choose. I was chosen to be a dancer, and with that, you live all your life.
— Martha Graham