The End is The Beginning

The Last Day of Zumba Convention 2011 was an AWESOME close to an incredible weekend! I have to say this was certainly a learning experience for me and continues to be so every step I take in class from this day forward. I am forever thankful for the people I meet day in and day out and I am Blessed to be a part of Our Wellness Industry. Yes, Dancing is Fun and Exciting and Zumba is just oh so enticing! I LOVE IT!! Your wellness continuum is at work when doing Zumba and that is just the most important perk that we just don’t realize. Just imagine how much healthier, even I have realize within my own Crew and of course, I know my body as well and I see the transformation in myself. It is incredible for those whom apply themselves the incredible change is pure Excitement! Just so self-fulfilling knowing the body is being cared for in each and every participant!

First Instruction of My Sunday…Bringin it down right with some Island Soul! 🙂

Zumba® Instructor Convention
Armando Salcedo, ZES, international presenter of ECA Miami 2010/2011, Fitness Brasil 2011, Festival
Del Fitness Italy 2011
Feel the rhythms of the Caribbean in this session that gives new meaning to the phrase “warm Caribbean breezes.” You will learn fiery yet sensual movements and choreography that are easy to follow and integrate into your routines. Find yourself fully engaged in one of the smoothest, most pleasing workouts ever

Objective of the Class: Dance, cardio and tonification
History of the Rhythm/Guidelines:

Trinidad y Tobago, Jamaica, Angola

About the Rhythms:
Soca is a form of dance music that originated in the islands of Trinidad and Tobago from calypso music.
It combines the melodic sounds of calypso and strong percussion, and in most modern songs now,
Electronic and local chutney music.

Dancehall is a genre of Jamaican popular music. A sparser version of reggae, it also speaks on politics and religion but not as direct as roots style. Today, we listen to digital dancehall (or ragga), which has
Faster rhythms.

Kuduro originated from Luanda, Angola, when African percussion samples were mixed with simple
Calypso and soca rhythms to create a style of music then known as batida. Now, it has a lot of influences
With modern electronic music. Kuduro dancing is similar to dancehall dancing of Jamaica.

I will be back to tell of my Last but not least Workshop…

Here we go, here we go, here we go!! =DDDDDD



Whenever I sit at the dinner table and have someone’s amazing Gravy and they say can I have the end piece of the Italian Bread…I say hey it’s not an end it’s just the beginning! =P