Thursday, October 8, 2009

Thursday night Zumba, what what!  Hottness!!!  You guys always make my Thursday night and leave me in such a good mood afterwards!  I’m seriously still dancing down the road and on the muni on the way home.

Here’s the lineup from tonight:

  • Low (Ft. T-Pain) – Warm Up
  • Mi Gente – Salsaton
  • Mami – Cumbia
  • Plane to PR – Reggaeton (you guys looked HOT!)
  • Kiss Kiss – Belly Dance
  • El Mambo De Los Shorty’s – Merengue
  • Bailadora – Samba
  • Chico Snap – Salsa (by request)
  • Don’t Stop – Samba/Batucada
  • Muevelo – Techno Cumbia
  • Traigo Una Pena – Cha Cha (by request)
  • La Mazucamba – Salsa
  • Nunca Te Decides – Calypso
  • Mueve La Colita – Reggaeton/shake your booty
  • Pam Pam – Reggaeton (by request)
  • Caraluna – Cool Down

Zumba love,


“Samba Lines at the Gym” (New York Times)

“A session of Zumba, a cardio-dance routine, can feel like a trip to the nightclub of a cruise ship, where a well-toned crew member teaches you to wiggle your hips and do the fast footwork for a mix of dance styles to the thump of loud music. While Zumba crowds are not plied with alcohol, people often throw away inhibitions — they pump their arms, applaud, let out “yeahs” — as they work out.”

Samba Lines at the Gym, New York Times, July 10, 2008

“Time to Zumba” News Article

“Since July this year, Zumba is being taught at over 40,000 locations in 75 countries worldwide…”

“A dynamic dance based fitness programme, Zumba fuses Latin and World music with easy to follow routines to create a party style workout. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms, and resistance training, are combined to tone and sculpt the body while burning fat.”

Time to Zumba with Isle Dance, Stornoway Gazette, Oct 8, 2009