We went back to the Christian Life Centre on Cowley Road for another Zumbathon.
We had a great time, and even though we, as a group, did not have a featured dance on stage this time …
We joined a crowd of Zumba enthusiasts and instructors to raise money for Children in Need at the Christian Life Centre on Cowley Road.
George Martini came, and we had another great Zumba session, which included two routines which we will perform at the Zumathon in December.
Here we are, with a mixture of dance styles – having a good time.
We always enjoy Zumba, and George Martini had us try some dances in a different style, rather like a cross between the Zumba we had been doing and the Wheelchair Dance we did in February.
Here we are in action !
As well as dances in lines there were dances in a circle – this one was taken while dancing, so the room as well as the dancers seems to be moving !
We even did a tango – but participating and filming a circle dance is possible, but a tango would be too tricky !
We all really enjoyed the session and look forward to more Zumba in future.
About 20 Oxfordshire Zuma instructors held a Zumba fundraising evening at the Christian Life Centre on Cowley Road. The money raised went to various local cancer organisations.
Oxford Phab were very glad to have a chance to participate in this event.
Once again George Martini came to lead us – we look forward to his sessions.
Zumba can be very fast,
Sometimes it is a little slower.
But it is always fun !
Once again George Martini came and did a Zumba session with us.
A great session as always
Oxford Phab held a Zumbathon onÂ Saturday June 20th 2015
Our poster for the event is here zumba fundraising event.pub – Please print it and display it, or forward it to anyone you know who may be interested.
Zumba is a popular activity on club nights, but for this fundraising event we want others to come, have fun, get fitter, and contribute to our club funds !
There will be Stalls and Refreshments from 10am to 1pm, and Zumba from 11am until 12:30pm
In the end we raised over Â£400 for club funds – thank you to everyone who contributed or took part, particularly to George and his friends.