The basic steps and variations to four of the Zumba® core rhythms: Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, and Reggaeton.
The music and moves to successfully lead a class, plus a take home review CD/DVD to reinforce everything you learned.
Identify the different parts of a song and how to use them to build an effective dance-fitness workout.
Receive your license to begin teaching Zumba® classes.
Your training will be led by a Zumba® Education Specialist (ZES™) - one of the world's best Zumba® instructors. Every single ZES™ has been hand-picked by Beto, the creator of the Zumba program, for their talent and extensive dance-fitness experience.
Our ZES's go through a comprehensive training and certification process and have the tools to prepare you to rock your classes with confidence!
Whether you're looking for a career change or to make some extra cash, Zumba® is the right move. Designed for flexibility and fun, the Zumba program makes it easy to set your own schedule and teach as many (or as few) classes as you want.
Santa Barbara, CA
Santa Barbara, CA
With Jump Start Kids, you can receive the license to teach two classes - Zumba® and Zumba Kids - all in one training!
Zumba Kids classes are designed for our youngest movers and shakers. In your one-day training you’ll learn the foundation of the Zumba program, plus how to instill healthy habits in kids ages 4-11.
Important FAQs About Becoming An Instructor!
Q: Are there any prerequisites to taking a B1 training?
A: No, however it helps if you've already taken a Zumba® class before, or if you have previous experience in teaching group exercise classes.
Q: What happens after the training?
A: After completing the Instructor Training, you can begin teaching whenever you feel comfortable and ready. Instructors act as independent contractors, giving you the freedom to set your own schedule, rates, terms, agreements, etc.
Q: Do I need any other certifications before I can teach?
A: The Zumba® program is considered a specialty certificate, so depending on your country or facility center, you may need a general group exercise certificate. Be sure to check with your government or local guidelines to see what the requirements are in order for you to teach.
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