Saint-Anicet, Quebec, Canada, September 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- “I feel so honored to have been chosen to be part of the group dancing a Flamenco on stage at the Zumbathon and was very proud to represent Canada and Quebec” Diodati explained.
“And not only that,” she added “we were dancing on stage with the creator of the Zumba Fitness program, Beto Perez.”
Zumba Fitness (http://www.zumba.com) is one of the largest fitness programs in the world today, with over 16,000 certified instructors and more than five million people taking weekly classes in over 40,000 locations all over the world.
According to Heather Diodati, “It’s good for the mind, body and spirit; it helps you maintain your flexibility, balance and strength as well as making you look and feel better about yourself. I’m 56 and it’s the peppiest I’ve ever been in my whole life!”
About Zumba Fitness with Heather:
Heather Diodati teaches Zumba Fitness in Saint-Anicet and Huntingdon five times a week and welcomes everyone from 10 to 100 years old to attend her classes. She can be reached at email@example.com
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