JM DanceFit celebrates seven years of fun at Seaton

PUBLISHED: 07:01 15 December 2018 | UPDATED: 09:34 18 December 2018

JM DanceFit members celebrate  at Seaton. Picture: Rhi Evans

JM DanceFit members celebrate at Seaton. Picture: Rhi Evans


Group holds a party at Seaton’s newly opened Old Picture House

JM DanceFit members celebrate  at Seaton. Picture: Johanna MorganJM DanceFit members celebrate at Seaton. Picture: Johanna Morgan

Zumba Divas and Fabulous FitSteppers from Seaton celebrated seven years of fitness fun together at the newly opened Old Picture House in Harbour Road.

Instructor Johanna Morgan thanked members for their continued support and enthusiasm and said she forward to many more years of fun and laughter together on the dance floor.

New members are welcome to join Johanna’s low impact Zumba Gold, regular Zumba, and ‘Strictly’ ballroom FitSteps classes in the New Year.

The recommence at The Gateway, Seaton, on Monday, January 7.

For further information on adult and children’s classes available throughout East Devon please visit or contact Johanna directly on 07739518587.

JM DanceFit Member Marion Knapman said joining was a great move.

“Johanna’s classes have changed my life,” she said.

“I didn’t realise exercising could be so much fun and so rewarding!

“Her sessions are great fun and together with her enthusiasm and boundless energy have motivated us all to greater levels of fitness and flexibility.”

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