Come dance and be well by joining Chefiatou Tokou for a fun and energizing African dance class! Chefiatou originates from Togo, West Africa. She is a natural dancer, who has performed at different gatherings and events, both internationally and nationally.
Chefiatou has been building her dance repertoire for over twenty years. Her love for dance always connects her with people, and allows her the opportunity to learn and teach about different cultures. She teaches and performs traditional African dance from West, East, Central, South and North Africa as well as Afrodance and contemporary African dance styles. In 2000, she began her artistic career through acting. She joined the acting group Assassan in 2003, where she met her husband Kpoti Tokou. Together, they formed the dance group SIMDACA (SIMBA AFRICAN DANCE ACADEMY).
Skilled in both traditional and modern dance styles, Chefiatou lives to dance. Her desire is to awaken happiness, creativity, self-confidence and the joy of dancing in all people. She works with all level of dancers. She currently teaches classes at the National Black Doll Museum of History & Culture in Mansfield for both kids and adults, and also conducts private sessions (the Museum is accessible by the Gatra!!).
for more information about Chefiatou. Also keep up with her work on Instagram: @chefiatou and on Facebook: Chefiatou Tokou or @simdaca