Dancers in a zumba dance class

Zumba dance for all ages and levels

Who? All ages and levels

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Zumba is not just dance, it’s not just a workout, it’s both! Suitable for adults, teens and children of all ages and levels, this class will grab anyone with its high energy and dynamic moves. No previous dance or exercise experience is required, just bring your own body, plenty of energy and a good mood and you’re good to go! The goal of this class is to move and have fun while achieving your own personal goals and expanding your limits.

The music consists of highly addictive Latin rhythms, coming from salsa, merengue, cumbia, samba and mambo. Zumba will improve your posture, endurance, coordination, flexibility and self-esteem, while toning your muscles and offering an excellent cardiovascular workout.

Are you looking for a fun, high-energy class where you can stretch your limits in a positive environment? Then Zumba will be great for you!



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Zumba Dance

While it is often categorized as a dance, it is also a workout routine that people of all ages can do to keep fit. With its intense energetic and dynamic moves, Zumba is bound to capture the attention of anyone who is involved in it. Just like you would walk into an aerobics class and perform well without having been there before, participating in a session of Zumba does not need previous experience in dance or fitness.

Origin of Zumba

It may appear that Zumba borrows too much from Latin rhythms such as merengue, salsa, samba, cumbia, and mambo and it is quite true. Zumba is a fitness program that was adapted from already existing rhythms by Alberto “Beto” Perez during the 1990s. At one time, when he was a Colombian dancer and also a dance choreographer, he forgot to carry an aerobics instructor tape to one of his classes. Instead of cancelling the class, he sat in his car for a little while and listened to non-traditional salsa and merengue music which he used to come up with a danceable routine.

Today Zumba is used widely as a home fitness routine in videos after Aberto moved to the United States and partnered with two of his childhood friends, Alberto Perlman and Alberto Aghion.

While the name of the dance does not mean anything in particular, it has come to be associated with intense Latin traditional music and the corresponding physical regime.

Dancing Zumba

Consistent participation in Zumba will result in a good posture, enhanced muscle coordination, flexibility and self-esteem. This is in addition to the obvious outcome of excellent cardiovascular activity and toned muscles obtained from physical workout. Zumba classes or sessions usually last for about an hour and all instructors offering the classes must be licensed by the Zumba Fitness, LLC. Over the course of the dance session, participants will be involved in exercises in response to both fast and slow music in addition to resistance training. Different types of classes totaling up to 9 are designed to accommodate the needs of different categories of people.

  1. Zumba Gold is designed for people who have little physical strength either because they are too young or too old. It is the dance program that is used to introduce beginners to the workout.
  2. Zumba step is meant to work out the lower part of the body and comprises of moves that rhythm with Latin dances.
  3. Zumba toning is meant to aid people who use toning stick in the workouts. It targets the abs, arms, things and other muscles around the body.
  4. Aqua Zumba takes place in a swimming pool; the instructor directs the class from the sides of the pool while the dancers follow the moves in shallow water.