ZUMBA

 
 
 

         ZUMBA CLASS

2ND AND 4TH THURSDAY

        OF THE MONTH 


          10:00 - 11:30


such dances as Meringue, Bachata, Soca, Salsa, to Brazilian Samba.  “I believe understanding the historic aspects of dance is very important in order to appreciate the dance” LO indicates.  Long-time participants, Judy Silva and Lynn Franklin agree, as they have attended almost every class since she began teaching. An adventuring group, the class was the only invited dance group to perform at the Alameda County Healthy Senior Fair at Chabot College, Hayward, CA, where there was over 7,000 in attendance.  They received high appreciation from the Board of Commission and have been invited back another year.  They have also attended the International Bachata Conference and this year (2013), will be perform a dance exhibition at the Conference.  In order to extend their sexy senior moves, the group is collectively engaging on several fundraisers to offset the costs of transportation, lodging, and registration fees. You are invited to assure that the Antioch Senior Center Zuumba Dance Class will represent the city of Antioch and the Center at the International Bachata Conference that will take place at the Hyatt Regency, Burlingame, CA July 19-21, 2013.  We are currently accepting donations:


Corporate Sponsor Support - $200 plus (Name and Logo on Front of T-Shirt, Photo)

Business Support - $100-$200  (Name and Logo on Back of T-Shirt, Photo)

Community Support - $50-$100 (Logo on Back of T-Shirt, Photo)

Friend Support - $30-$50 (Name on Back of T-Shirt, Photo)

Senior Member Support - $10-$25 (Photo of Group)


Any size donation is appreciated.

Make checks payable to Antioch Senior Citizens Club

For Additional Information, Contact Judy Silva at the ACS

Classes second and fourth Tuesday each month at 10:00 am

With Caribbean rhythms vibrating, and hips moving, the Antioch Senior Center’s Zuumba Class is a Caribbean history listen.  For the past three years, Loretta “LO” Green-Williams has shared her cultures and Caribbean dance to a very active group of Antioch Senior Center’s members.  LO’s Jamaican and Cuban family lineages has allowed her to integrate her 25 years of professional fitness experience, which is doctoral training in Social and Cultural Anthropology from California Institute of Integral Studies where she is also an adjunct professor in the Women’s Spirituality Department teaching Sacred dance and ethnomusicology in the Anthropology department.  She holds a Master’s degree in Sports and Fitness Management, and Bachelor’s Degree, all from the University of San Francisco.  She also has certifications in weight training, body building, advance group exercise, and studied yoga at the Iyanga Yoga Institute of San Francisco, CA. Zuumba, with two “u” is spelled that way in order not to infringe on the trademark laws. The class includes