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£10 monthly for 6 pre-recorded classes available for 24 hours a day; 2 x Zumba gold, 2 x Zumba fitness & 2 x Zumba toning. See Online Classes for more information.


REAL-LIFE COMMUNITY CLASSES

PAYG (pay as you go) - just turn up and pay in cash before the start of the class.

Monthly Member - get discounted rates by becoming a monthly member! Various levels can be selected. No need to book your class, just turn up and tick yourself in. Membership is paid by monthly regular/recurring bank payments.

Pay for and book classes online - buy CLASS CREDITS in advance by Paypal, credit card or debit card. I will then set you up with an online account so you can book and cancel classes online.

Buy Class Credits for ZUMBA or ZUMBA TONING (without toning sticks hire) :


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Zumba toning sticks

Zumba toning sticks are used in my Zumba toning class at Newport Pagnell Youth Club. Hand weights are not recommended, as there is no give in some of the more dancey movements and you are unable to shake the hand weights or bang them together! However, if you prefer, you can use light hand weights as an alternative and just rest the hand weights on your body (hips or shoulders) when we do funky stuff with our toning sticks. Hand weights should be light weight and weigh around 450g/1lb each for beginners. We use them to make conscious muscle contractions to tone various muscle groups.

Hire toning sticks, per class = 50p (or purchase a class credit with toning stick hire)
Buy light weight (green) toning sticks = £16
Buy medium weight (purple) toning sticks = [SOLD OUT]
I also have plenty of toning sticks available to hire in my classes or you are welcome to bring your own.

How to make your own toning sticks :

  1. Grab 2 small plastic water bottles (empty) - make sure you can hold them comfortably in your hand.
  2. Fill them with rice (uncooked!) or sand so they each weigh 450g/1lb.