About Us

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Capoeira for All is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company established to explore and develop how the arts, in particular Capoeira, can significantly enrich people’s lives.

It is a local, Merseyside-based organisation ran by highly qualified staff with extensive experience in the arts, education and over 15 years of Capoeira practice. Capoeira for All uses the practice, values and ethos of Capoeira for positive social change. We are an innovative and enterprising organisation and pride ourselves on the high quality and positive impact of our work.


Who We Work With

Educational Organisations

Schools, colleges and universities, including alternative provisions and more

Youth Services

Youth provision, youth conferences and summer camps

Housing Associations and Councils

Providing community-family based services

Physical and mental well-being organisations

NHS, mental and physical health consortiums and other Social Enterprises

Corporate and Businesses

Shows and demonstrations, organisational development and Well-Being at Work workshops.

Meet the Team

Michael Horsley

Michael was born in Liverpool and started Capoeira in Liverpool in 2009 and quickly attained instructor level in 2014. His educational experience with young people and in schools includes work as a martial arts instructor and international dance teacher and he worked as an actor on the nationally acclaimed ‘Terriers’ theatre production which addresses gang and gun crime. Michael is the Business Development officer.

Akil Morgan

Akil was born in Liverpool and started practicing Capoeira in 2008. Akil worked for 5 years as a creative practitioner in schools, colleges and universities, using Capoeira and other creative art-forms to develop and foster creativity and explore subjects such as UNICEF’s Rights of the Child, community identity and Slavery. Akil is the Community and Educational development officer for Capoeira for All.

Eleanor Liverakou

Eleanor started Capoeira while studying for her undergraduate degree at the University of Winchester, after moving from Athens, Greece in 2011 to study in the UK. After university she worked abroad delivering educational performances to schools, and she has visited and trained with various Capoeira groups across Europe. Eleanor joined Capoeira for All in January 2018 and is the School Liaison Officer.


Our Story


Our Work

Capoeira for All GTiCP Performance Statement

By |November 15th, 2019|

Remember Slavery - GTiCP conference View Statement PDF Remember Slavery is an artistic interpretation and portrayal of the so-called 'Transatlantic Slave Trade', originally commissioned by Liverpool's International Slavery Museum


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