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Finding a Zumba class or instructor that fits your needs is incredibly easy when you do it through Airtasker. In a matter of minutes, you can find a nearby Zumba instructor who can tailor-fit their schedule and budget just for you. You can also find customised online Zumba classes that you can stream right from your home gym or living room.
This is an excellent option for those who aren’t satisfied with their local Zumba class offerings and want a more convenient way to exercise. If you’re booking a Zumba instructor through Airtasker for the first time, here’s how to get started: First, select the “Post a task” button and fill out the task post. Indicate your location, budget, and any other details that will help local Zumba instructors make an offer.
You could say you want Zumba classes for beginners, virtual Zumba lessons, or a Zumba class for ladies. Next, tap “Get quotes” and wait for Taskers to send their offers. After that, it’s just a matter of finding a Zumba class or coach whose offer and customer reviews you like!
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Zumba is a high-intensity and high-impact workout, and doing it every day comes with some risks. These include over-stressing your body, becoming more prone to injury, a weaker immune system, weight loss plateau, and burnout - in a nutshell, you run the risk of becoming overtrained. If you want to stay active even on your rest days, try active recovery workouts like yoga or brisk walking.
The basic Zumba steps are the basic salsa, travel salsa, merenge march, reggaeton, and cumba. You can learn these six steps easily by booking a private Zumba class with an instructor near you. Airtasker makes it easy to find local and budget-friendly Zumba classes, as well as online Zumba parties you can join.
If you do three one-hour Zumba sessions per week, you can lose around one kilogram a month. You can complement these thrice-weekly classes with other forms of exercise and a healthy diet. No time to shop for healthy food and fresh produce? You can use our platform to get fresh food delivered straight to your doorstep! Our platform can accommodate any job you need to do so that you can enjoy your Zumba lessons without worry.
Before you begin your first private Zumba class with a local instructor, remember to prep water, a towel, and dance shoes. More importantly, remember to bring your go-getter attitude as you dance those calories away! If you’re attending an online class, remember to check on your home theatre system to ensure that everything is in working order before you start.
No, you don’t! In Zumba, you can start as slowly as you want. You don’t even need to be a great dancer or have a sense of rhythm! Just come in with a big smile, follow the movements as best you can, and have a great time! Your Zumba coach (whether a private instructor or an online teacher) may also guide you when you want to move up from following along to maximising each session.
No, you cannot. The Zumba program requires its coaches to hold a special certificate before holding classes (even private or online ones). This is quite similar to what’s required of yoga instructors and Pilates instructors. When you put up a task post requesting Zumba lessons, be sure to ask for proof of your instructor’s certification.
The Zumba classes you can book on Airtasker consist of private, one-to-one classes where the instructor goes to your location and guides you through the choreographed Zumba steps for around an hour. They will usually bring the music for the session, but it’s up to you to set up the speakers for your lessons. Some instructors may also offer online classes, which is an excellent option for those who can’t invite a Tasker to their home.
While the coverage per Zumba instructor may vary, here’s what you can usually expect to learn once you sign up:
Classic Zumba, also known as Zumba Fitness, is the basic high-intensity dance-based workout with Latin and African roots. Expect a relaxed atmosphere, fun music, and moves that’ll have you sweating and testing your stamina.
If you want something beyond the classic Zumba lessons, ask your instructor about any of the following:
Step Zumba - Simply put, this is Classic Zumba meets step aerobics. What’s great about Step Zumba is that it gives your legs and glutes an additional workout.
Zumba Toning - While Classic Zumba helps you lose weight, it doesn’t necessarily tone your muscles. This is where Zumba Toning comes in. Here, you’ll use a toning stick as a weight. This crossover between a dumbbell and maracas shapes your arms and lets you participate in the party atmosphere of the class.
Aqua Zumba - This style combines water aerobics with Zumba steps. Since this requires you to be in a pool, you’ll need to either have your own swimming pool or go to a public one with your instructor. Aqua Zumba is a terrific option for those who are overweight or who have joint problems yet want to do aerobic exercise.
Zumba Gold and Zumba Sentao - Zumba is for everyone, and these special classes prove it. If you or a loved one are advanced in age, suffering from illness, or simply want something easier than Classic Zumba, ask your instructor about Zumba Gold. Meanwhile, Zumba Sentao is designed for those with leg problems or those who wish to do a lesser-intensity exercise program.
Zumba Kids and Zumbini - Yes, even your kids can enjoy Zumba! Zumba Kids is designed for children aged 4 to 11, while Zumbini is a class for parents and kids aged 0 to 4. Signing up for classes like these can encourage healthy physical expression and set good habits for your kids.
Zumba in the Circuit - Unlike the regular Zumba class, this only takes 30 minutes but is more intense. Think of it as a combination between CrossFit and Zumba!
If you prefer to take online Zumba lessons, you may need to have a TV or monitor mounted in your living room or home gym so that you can follow the steps easily. These online lessons may be pre-recorded videos, or they may be live classes done via video call.