Venue : Peoples Plaza, Necklace road Date : September 15th , 2012 Time: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM Participation: Free Registration : www.dinazs.com You could also Like us on www.facebook.com Email us at email@example.com For corporate participation, contact 9912222518 Song: Bail Pa Emmociona Calypso
The Sterling Recreation Department will offer Zumba classes in four-week segments this fall.
Evening classes will begin at 6 p.m. on Sept. 10 and morning classes start on Sept. 18. The morning sessions offer Zumba at 8:10 a.m. and “Butts Guts” at 9 a.m. Each four-week session is $25. Free babysitting is available for the 9 a.m. class only.
The “Tot Adventure” class, a free open gym program for children up to age 4, will begin at 9 a.m. Sept. 18. Oil painting classes with instructor Cindy Enos begin Sept. 18. The classes run from 9-11 a.m. and cost $10 per session.
For more information, call (860) 564-2136, Ext. 23, or visit sterlingct.us.
ZUMBA fitness – BALANS – Lessier Herrera, This is not the final version,we will improve and change some steps This isn’t basic Zumba,it’s an higher level: I’ve taken the song from Zin 38,but I’ve decided to change the coreography,’cause I didn’t like it! It’s seems difficult…but everyone can learn it!It’s only requested a good teacher ))
Venue : Peoples Plaza, Necklace road Date : September 15th , 2012 Time: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM Participation: Free Registration : www.dinazs.com You could also Like us on www.facebook.com Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org For corporate participation, contact 9912222518 Song: Rain Over Me – Pitbull
Season two of I’ll Take That Dare just about killed me. TEN fitness dares in under two weeks weren’t easy, people! I swung on a trapeze, bounced through NYC in kangoo boots, danced in Times Square, trained like an NFL player, and so much more …
And I ended things with a class that started out a few years ago as Zumba … and since then has become something far more intense.
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I first learned about B.Fab a few years ago when a friend emailed me and told me I HAD to go to a class.
“They have dance-offs with each other and WHISTLES, Lindsay,” she said. “WHISTLES.”
I was in.
I attended a class and had the time of my life. Yes, it’s a bit insider-y and everyone seems like they know each other and hang out together. Yes, much of the class seems to be composed of former cheerleaders and beauty queens. On the other hand, these ladies dance like there’s no tomorrow — and it is a GREAT, fun workout. If you live in Nashville and like to dance, I can’t recommend B.Fab enough, and if you don’t live in Nashville, well, maybe B.Fab will come to your town someday!
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Published 9:18am Thursday, August 30, 2012
By Kari Langan, staff writer
The finishing touches are being placed on Albert Lea’s first Zumba studio that’s slated to open in a week within the Skyline Plaza.
Zumba’s slogan, “Party in Pink,” coats the walls of Fab Z Fitness in neon pinks, yellows and purples.
Zumba mixes primitive steps of Latin dance into a fast-paced workout for all ages, sizes and fitness levels.
Sherry Jensen, one of the owners of the studio, said she and three others decided to open the business because Zumba classes in the area have grown to exceed class sizes and schedules of the Community Education programs.
The studio will launch a series of adult classes from 5:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m., seven days a week. Class times will vary depending on the day.
Zumba tonic, a children’s Zumba class, will be added to the schedule in October. Average class size is expected to be 30 to 50 students.
With three classes offered, students can determine their fitness goals. Overall toning and strengthening, cardio and endurance, or low impact classes offer students a variety of fitness levels.
Jensen said she remembers four years ago that word of mouth grew a class from 15 to 50 students. Jensen is the original instructor that drew a couple of interested students into a business. Patti Yaw, Amber Yaw and Marcie Sailor, which met Jensen through classes as students, will instruct alongside Jensen.
They said many locals have been following Zumba’s slogan “ditch the workout, join the party” in growing numbers.
Sailor said the music is intoxicating, and people love the music.
“It is an addiction,” she said.
In fact, the music is the attraction for many students. Sailor said she is enticed to Zumba because of the fast-paced dance steps to Latin music.
Sailor lost a combination of 67 inches with Zumba. To Sailor, Zumba is not a workout and said the class goes by quickly.
Jensen said the class is an intense workout with an average hourly calorie burn of 500.
“Sweat pours,” she said.
Directional movement and correlation to the music allows for a total body workout, including the core muscle groups. Compared to running, which uses one muscle group, Zumba is a complete workout, according to the instructors.
“Keep moving, keep smiling and don’t concentrate,” said Jensen.
Classes are designed to be interval training with choreographed songs to Latin music through music cuing, beats and pace, she said. A class averages from 14 to 16 songs with 70 percent of the music as Latin.
“For regular Zumba students, a noticeable body adoption is two to four weeks for better balance, tone, cardio and flexibility,” Jensen said.
Saturday, Sept. 29 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. will be Connecitcut’s first Zumba Gold Master class at Physicians Physical Therapy building, 544 Campbell Avenue in West Haven. Hosting the event is licensed Zumba Instructor Elizabeth Petrakis from West Haven. Licensed Zumba Fitness instructors from around Connecticut will be instructing. Suggested donation is $10. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the non-profit organization: United Seniors For America. All ages and levels are welcome to join.
The United Seniors For America is a non-profit organization, based out of West Haven with locations nationwide, that shows support for our country and shares information to educate each other about policies and laws affecting our lives. They have hosted many politicians this election season. The United Seniors For America organization tries to revive the country with patriotic goals, which can be found on their website: http://www.unitedseniorsforamericainc.org.
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Check out this catchy Zumba remix of the iconic 90s song by Vanilla Ice with special Zumba choreography… coming to a Zumba class near you! And don’t forget to download the song at click.linksynergy.com
CANTON – A Mercy Hospice Zumbathon will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14, at the Mercy Medical Center employee parking lot.
Registration for this event begins at 5:30 p.m. This Latin-inspired, calorie-burning Zumba event, will help raise money for Mercy Hospice. No prior experience is necessary.
The cost to participate is $5. T-shirts will be available to purchase for $15 at the event. You can pre-register and pay by credit card prior to the Zumbathon at cantonmercy.org/hospice. Cash will only be accepted the day of the event. For more information, call Mercy Hospice at 330-649-4380 or visit cantonmercy.org/hospice.
Mercy Hospice is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help patients with a life-limiting illness achieve the best quality of life possible while offering respite and comfort to their caregivers and loved ones. Provided in the home, a skilled nursing facility or hospital, hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Mercy’s compassionate, experienced hospice staff includes physicians, nurses, therapists, dietitians, clergy, counselors, social workers, home health aids and trained volunteers.
For more information about Mercy Hospice, call 330-649-4380 or see cantonmercy.org/hospice.