Zumba Gold Group
Group Leader: Nancy B
Deputy Group Leader: Jean R
When: Friday 11.00
If you would like more details or to be to be an active participant in the group, please contact the leader via the email above.
Christmas 2021 Update
Zumba Gold sessions are at 11am on Fridays at CPC. Due to the dates of Fridays over Christmas and the New Year being on, or close-to public holidays, we are unable to access CPC. Therefore, I look forward to welcoming you to the next Zumba class on Friday 14th January. Join us then for some dancing exercise to help shed those extra pounds gained over Christmas…
The new U3A 2021-22 year is starting and we are ready for Zumba Gold!
At the moment, the group is meeting at a location in Piles. We hope to return to our pre-Covid venue in Oliva soon.
If you are interested in joining the group, contact Group Leader Nancy by email.
For more information about Zumba Gold – and some videos you can try for yourself at home – see below.
About Our Group
Why not join us for Zumba Gold? Not quite as energetic as the full Zumba, and you can put in as much energy as you wish, and stop and have a breather when needed.
It’s a fun way to exercise and if you like dancing you’ll really enjoy it.
We have a great instructor, great music (including some fabulous Spanish songs), great routines and do have a great time. Cost €2-3 depending on how many people are in the class.
There is no pressure to be perfect we just laugh when we go wrong. So there’s always plenty of that. It’s a class for enjoyment not torture so why not give us a try, and if you’re still not sure just come along and watch to get an idea what it’s all about. If you need any further information please email me email@example.com
See if you can learn to Zumba to Proud Betty, but start with the warm up and easy steps first. See some basic Zumba steps in this Youtube video here: https://youtu.be/tU7FBnNp1fE. A member also recorded Cristina demonstrating the moves to the Oliva U3A Zumba Gold group. See ‘Hit The Road Jack’ and ‘Proud Betty’ here: shorturl.at/ijxVW
Remember: before you begin any exercise on your own, take the time to warm-up