34 days ago

Zumba Fitness Ormiston Flat Bush

Ally from Flat Bush

Morena!

Just wanted to share our awesome Community Zumba classes in Ormiston and how much we love to share our passion for community health and fitness (and obvs we want us all to have fun lol)

For all age groups, cultures and backgrounds.
Open to all fitness and dance levels.
I am a reps registered and qualified group fitness instructor and will be able to assist or advise on alternative movements if you have any restrictions :D

O.C Unleashed - Dance & Fitness

Wednesday night classes at Te Uho o te Nikau Primary School 6.15pm
$5 per class
尊巴舞班,每次课$5
Free for under 15 years and over 65 years ☺

Saturday morning Free outdoor Zumba classes 9.30am Barry Curtis Park, Flat Bush School road :D these are sponsored by Howick Local Board and Out and About Auckland

Saturday Zumba 4pm at Ormiston Primary School
$5 per class 尊巴舞班,每次课$5
with our team and
Botany & Flat Bush Ethnic Association Inc.

If you have any questions fire away :D ^_^

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