Zumba kids thrill fete crowds

09:51 03 July 2014

Members of Seaton’s JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz crew who gave a zumba demonstration at the primary school fete

Members of Seaton’s JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz crew who gave a zumba demonstration at the primary school fete


Members of Seaton’s JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz crew make a third appearance at Seaton Primary School’s annual fundraiser

Members of Seaton’s JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz crew put on a spectacular display of Zumba at the primary school’s summer fete recently.

The group, founded by Johanna Morgan, was making its third appearance at the annual event.

Johanna said: “I was so incredibly proud of all of my Seaton Little and Junior Starz . I would like to congratulate them all on a fantastic performance which was full of energy, big smiles and most importantly lots of fun.

The Zumba Kids classes, which allow children to have fun while improving both their confidence and fitness levels, are held in the main hall at Seaton Primary school.

New children are welcome to join in the term classes which are open to all youngsters, whether or not they attend the school. All class details can be found at www.jmdancefit.co.uk


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