Zumba is:
– Vigorous weight reduction
– Maintenance of the body to stay in great shape
– No tedious and uninteresting training
– Engineering confidence thanks to the rhythms of music,
– An ideal opportunity to always stay on our toes and learn something new,
– The possibility to progress in the skillful execution of Zumba and experience new possibilities in the world through several unique types (Zumba samba, Zumba dance).
Zumba classes for beginner dancers are designed for learning the basic steps and elements, and to take part in the opportunity to learn new forms of dance. For the exact time of the group classes of Zumba, the sculptor of your ideal form of dance fitness, you can find the schedule on the website or at the reception desk in the studio.
If you want to know how to begin Zumba at Dance DNA, you can walk in to see the studio itself and you can register for classes of Zumba Classic, which are confirmed for the effectiveness of fitness and dance lovers worldwide.

What is Zumba?
Zumba is derived from Colombian youth slang meaning “buzz”, “move fast” – a fiery Latin dance mix, that conquered Hollywood, MTV, and then half the world.

Zumba is a hot dance fitness – a cocktail with a harmonious combination of elements and movements from latin clubs, which includes merengue, bachata, salsa, samba and reggaeton. The founder of this dance movement is Alberto Perez, a Colombian coach and choreographer. In the late 80s, he created an exercise program to quickly reduce excess weight to the accompaniment of Latin music. Once forgetting the necessary CD’s for training, Perez played energetic tunes of salsa and samba. After that, a new dance fitness program was to go onward and conquer the world.

The drive and expressiveness Zumba ® brings, comes from dancing in a short amount of time, and even though it was built with weight loss in mind, it has become one of the most popular forms of dance.
Zumba fanatics are always looking for new ways to develop, so they pick the best elements from a variety of areas such as modern and classical dance, hip-hop, go-go, break dancing. Thanks to these new sub genres, many other interpretations of Zumba were born.