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I was born and raised in Queens, NY with 5 siblings. I moved out to Long Island in 1989. I'm a single mom of two and a medical billing specialist for over 12 years. I have worked out most of my life using weights, karate, aerobics, Zumba(R). I took my first Zumba(R) class years ago and was instantly hooked. I recently attended Kinga's Zumba(R) class and absolutely love it. Dancing brings me such joy and to be burning those calories while having so much fun is such a reward.
I am a pencil portrait artist, graphic designer and fitness dancer.
I was born and raised in Hungary. I immigrated to the USA in 1995 as a professional and reside in the Hamptons, Long Island, New York.
In pencil art, my goal is to express emotion by taking advantage of the refined nuance subtleties via my unique method in the pencil hand-drawing process. Graphite is my best friend. The level of artistic quality is in proportion with the level of control over graphite.
I also create high quality, unique design solutions for the web as well as for the print media. I work across all mediums to achieve brand consistency for spectacular results.
I am a licensed Zumba(R) instructor and certified LaBlast(R) instructor. As a health and fitness enthusiast my objectives are to take the art of creative brilliance (the depth of shading in pencil art and the colors/shapes/design styles in digital art) and trans-subtiating them into refined movements of the body is my ultimate goal with the additional objectives of having fun while staying fit.
Dancing is an outlet for me to clear the mind and lose emotional baggage while having fun and staying fit. My charismatic, high-energy, calorie-incinerating classes present routines from today's hottest dance fitness programs Zumba(R) and LaBlast(R) focused on weight loss and body toning disguised as a dance party.
My portfolio includes performances for/at:
- AARP Long Island
- Long Island Press
- Madison Square Garden
- Tradeshow Productions USA
- Taught internationally (Europe)
I am a cardiorespiratory therapist and now earn a living in commercial real estate rental. I have a beautiful family with six children and have been physically active my entire life. I have traveled extensively and plans to continue to do so in the future with anemphasis on volunteer/eco tourism.
I have been a classroom music teacher and choir director in the Deer Park School District for the past 18 years. I have conducted at many music festivals including, HersheyPark, Busch Gardens and Dorney Park and has also had the honor of conducting at Carnegie Hall. I also have directed many High School musical productions. Music is my life. Five years ago I found a love for fitness, which soon became a small obsession. Working out became a priority in my day. Soon after, I discovered that there were dance classes on the fitness schedules at my gym. Dancing, like Zumba(R), is the best type of exercise. It combines music and movement and allows you to be free and let your freak out.
I am a practicing registered nurse (RN) residing on Long Island. As a healthcare professional I understand the importance and benefits of exercise. Since dance has always been my passion, Zumba(R) is a way to express creative dance while enjoying the benefits of a high cardio workout.
I am director of Hamptons AARP Community Group. I hold a Master's Degree In Health Promotion/Exercise Physiology from Norwich University. I am a certified Health and Fitness Instructor and holds certifications as a yoga teacher; ballroom dance instructor, LaBlast(R) instructor and in Tai Assisted Stretching.
I have taught a wide variety of fitness, dance, yoga and wellness class to the general public, seniors and those recovering from illness and injury for over 30 years.
I am the author of several publications outlining the specialty programs she has developed. I am currently reside in the Hamptons where I develop and runs programs through the Hamptons AARP Community Group which I direct.
A healthy fit life is a happy life, that's why I really like my Zumba(R) class. It's a combination of all the dances I love. It's truly a workout in disguise the time just flies. As soon as the music stars I'm motivated by my instructor Kinga and Zumba(R) dance fitness. Please everyone just try it, I'm in my 60s and I feel young and confident. Thank you Zumba(R).
I am originally from Peru. I have always loved to dance and I am very passinate about fitness, thankfully Zumba(R) gives me both. Being a mom and constantly working it's nice to find the time to do two things I love dance and fitness.
I was born and raised in Russia, and came to this country in 2003. Here, in the US, I came close in touch with Latin culture and immediately became fond of it. No wonder when I tried Zumba(R) a couple of years ago, I fell in love with it right away. Dancing has always been my passion, and Zumba(R) fitness that is based on Latin music and moves is a special treat. It definitely helps me stay in shape, energized and happy.
I have been matching lifestyles with homes on the East End of Long Island with my firm called 27 East Realty for the past sucessful 5 years. Not only am I a Real Estate Broker but also a bookkeeper for my other firm Libra Accounting Services. When I am not working, I dance at Kinga's classes as I found my new passion of a enjoyable outlet in dance fitness.
I am originally from Guatemala. Things that are important to me are my family, their joy, cooking, working and fitness. Zumba(R) helps me to stay healthy, active and in shape.
I am a Certified AFAA Fitness Instructor, Certified NASM Personal Trainer and Gym Coordinator with over 10 years experience. I teach an array of classes from Zumba(R), Spinning and Kickboxing to Body Toning and Pilates ... my key focus on knowledge and dedication to all that I do.
I always look for classes that keep me motivated and challenged. I don't know what it is about Zumba(R), but as soon as the music plays, I come alive. It really is a fun way to get in shape and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
"Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might as well dance".