Jan. 13, 2009
An exciting, Latin-based aerobic workout demonstration will be presented at Morningside College at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21 in the HPER Center, courts two and three, 3501 Peters Ave.
The public is invited to this free event, which is sponsored by Morningside’s Academic and Cultural Arts Series (ACAS).
Amy Hodge, instructor of Siouxland Zumba Fitness, will be presenting “¡Moviéndos para la Salud!” (Moving for Your Health!).
Hodge will begin the program with a discussion of the history of the relatively new fitness craze, Zumba. This will be followed by a group participatory expression of the aerobic dance, a balance between Latin-based music and international rhythms with the added benefit of an aerobic workout.
“I joined Amy’s Zumba classes last January and have really enjoyed continuing to learn new dances and improve my fitness and coordination. The music is really fun,” said Jane Hey, professor of biology at Morningside College and current client of Hodge’s fitness programs.