By Karen Hodgson - 3rd August 2012 7:04am
A new Zumba Class has started at Audlem Public Hall, every Wednesday at 8.00pm.
I have been taking classes at Audlem for 17 months now! We have a fantastic new class, with great songs, rhythms if you really want to lose inches and get fit!
Then you need to give it a try, come along, don't put it off, it is great fun you will not stop smiling! You will not feel that you are even working out!
Why not come and try it next week and book 6 weeks and ask about a discount. You need to give it 6 weeks to really enjoy the routines and moves that we use.
Come and try my class. Even if it is your first time, it is ideal for you to learn the basics. It is not an advanced class!
It is for all ages from 12 years upwards.
Try something new, or even if you have tried it before, come and have a go at my Zumba. If you have any further questions please contact me: I really look forward to meeting you!
Tel- 07852 938851
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