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Please check out our FAQs below. Don't see an answer to your question? Feel free to contact us.

  • What is Zumba® fitness?
    Zumba® is a fitness class that combines dance and fitness moves. Inspired by Latin dance and music, Zumba® uses a variety of styles, including Cumbia, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton, Mambo, Cha-Cha-Cha, Flamenco, Hip Hop, etc. Music selections include fast and slow rhythms to help tone and sculpt the body. Beto Perez is the creator; since 2002, Zumba has been worldwide, and millions of people in more than 185 countries share and dance daily. Zumba is like a party; can you imagine it is like wearing sports shoes to a nightclub? Come and dance now! If you have any questions or need more help with the bookings, please send a Whatsapp Message to this link
  • What type of music do I dance in a Zumba Fitness class?
    Zumba is like a party, you dance and sweat is like going to a nightclub in sport's shoes. Angela is a very experienced instructor she designs every playlist to create a unique experience. You can find a variety of styles in our routines, including all the Latin Rhythms such as Cumbia, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton, Mambo, Merengue, Flamenco, Cha-Cha-Cha, Samba. Other rhythms can be included on the playlist Hip Hop, Afro, Soca, Electronica, Disco, etc
  • Can I bring my 70-year-old mother/father and my 17-year-old daughter/son to Zumba classes too?
    Of course. Zumba is for everyone, for everybody and every body!!!!! Welcome, all ages, genders, sizes, shapes, and abilities. Can you imagine three generations from one family in the class at the same time? And guess what, men can Zumba® too. One more thing our dance groups are international and friendly.
  • How long is each Zumba® Fitness class?
    Each class is between fifty minutes and one hour long and feels like a party! The playlist is designed from the warmup up to the cooling down.
  • Why Zumba is a great alternative to traditional fitness programs?
    It's fun! The more you enjoy your exercise routine, the more likely you are to stick with it. Great for weight loss. Tones your entire body. Boosts your heart health. Helps you de-stress. Improves coordination. Makes you happy!!!!
  • What should I bring to class? What should I wear?
    Bottle of water and a towel (you will sweat!). Most importantly … bring your enthusiasm! Wear comfortable, workout-type clothing that will allow you freedom of movement.
  • What kind of shoes should I wear?
    Wear supportive sneakers. Zumba Fitness incorporates lots of side-to-side movements and pivoting. A sneaker with a low profile is better because it will allow you to slide instead of stopping you in your tracks. Look for dance sneakers or athletic dance shoes that have pivot circles on the bottom of the shoes (beneath the balls of your feet).
  • I’m not very coordinated - I don't know how to dance - can I still take a Zumba?
    Absolutely. No experience necessary! Zumba Fitness is not about perfection, and the moves are easy to learn, especially if you come to class regularly.
  • Do I need to count steps?
    Don't worry about. Just keep moving and have fun. Feel free to dance!
  • Do I have to be in good shape to do Zumba® Fitness?
    We have all ages, all shapes, and all sizes in our classes! Zumba® Fitness enthusiasts range in age from 4 years old all the way up to 98 years young, at every fitness level imaginable. Remember ... this is your class, and you can move as fast or as slowly as you feel is right for you. Listen to your body. If you need to take a break, take a break!
  • How many calories will I burn during a one-hour Zumba® Fitness class?
    Depending upon your height, weight, age, and workout intensity level, you can expect to burn between 600 to 900 calories. The more you work it, the more you will burn!
  • Who will train us?
    For Zumba Fitness, only a certified instructor is allowed to teach; in Latin Soul Dance is Angela; you can check her Zumba Page. Saturday Zumba Outdoor with Ouafa she is Zumba Instructor, Belly dancer, Afro and Dancehall; check her Zumba Page. For Salsa, cumbia, merengue, bachata Angela, and the other dance instructors have experience teaching these rhythms. Angela is constantly working on her choreographies and training to learn and bring something new in every class.
  • Any other helpful tips?
    Don't worry about counting steps or dancing the same as the person next to you. Just keep moving and have fun! You will pick up the steps over time. You can even bust your own moves!
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