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Zumba Class in Liverpool

BRAND NEW at MDDC

Adult Zumba Class in Liverpool

Zumba ClassZumba classes for adults have begun in our Liverpool studios. Be a part of a brand new fitness and dance regime that’ll blow you away.

Fusing Latin rhythms with easy to follow moves, the brand new Zumba fitness dance craze that is sweeping the nation is now available in our Liverpool dance studios.

The fully qualified MDDC Zumba specialist will take you through fast and slow rhythms and resistance training that will sculpt and tone your body, burning calories and infuse a hot Latin flavour into your Tuesday nights!

Find out more about the ADULT ZUMBA CLASS in LIVERPOOL by calling 0151 207 6197 or come down to the studios:

13-17 Camden Street, Liverpool, L3 8JR

DITCH THE WORKOUT – JOIN THE PARTY!!!

The end of another year

Exams are pretty much over as the graduating class of 2010 gets ready for their ceremony tomorrow.

Congratulations to all the third years who are leaving after their (arduous!) three years of training. And already there’s good news.

Rose Buckmaster started dancing at the age of four. She chose to come to MDDC for the wide range of subjects to qualify as a dance teacher. And before she’s even graduated there is a job lined up in Majorca that will kick-start Rose’s dancing career.

Alyssa Stott is off to Egypt with Dolce Vienna Entertainment. She started dancing as soon as she could walk and says that “MDDC is the best for dance teaching and dance performance training”.

We wish all the third years the very best as they start their dance careers. Don’t forget to keep in touch and let us know what you get up to!

Jennifer Hall’s Sparkling Debut in London

Ex-student Jennifer Hall has had a sparkling debut at a charity gig in the Embassy Club in London last Thursday.

Dionne Warwick also appeared and Jenny sang a duet with Daniel Beddingfield. But the highlight was a solo performance from Jenny singing “Fields of Gold”.

Katie Price (aka Jordan) and Peter Andre were also in the audience at the star-studded spectacular.

Well done, Jenny.