- Teaches students:
- Females 15+ and males 0
- Teaching since:
I began dancing at the age of three and later majored in dance in high school. Afterwards, I continued my training at the Jerusalem dance and music academy as both a dancer and dance teacher. During my studies I danced with the dance academy ensemble, worked with many known choreographers and created my own choreography. At the same time, I was exposed to the world of fitness and aerobic dance through my career as a trainer. For over a decade I have trained various categories of classes and instructed hundreds of women at Studio C, a known nation-wide network of fitness clubs in Israel.
After more than ten years of fitness and aerobics instruction, I suffered from an acute injury that was due mostly to the work load and improper use of my body. I was devastated by the injury. I came to realized how much dance and dance instruction was a major part of my life and that my body was my most valuable working tool. As part of my recovery process I began exploring the body, its structure and anatomy, and its movement capabilities. Through my observations I developed a new body language, ZaZa, which was intended to strengthen and shape the body while improving and stabilizing it through focusing on core muscles, reduction of joint pressures, proper breathing techniques and smooth movement.
In my lessons I include my extensive experience in both fitness and dance teaching to provide the best fit to each student needs and capabilities.
group instructor of ZaZa, an independent technique that combines both dance and fitness with emphasis on accurate movement and posture
Personal and group instructor of ZaZa, an independent technique that combines both dance and fitness with emphasis on accurate movement and posture
Group instructor of various fitness and aerobics classes in Studio C, a nationwide network of fitness clubs for women in Israel. https://www.studioc.co.il/
Classic dance teacher for pre- to high- school students
Zumba Basic Training
Anatomy Trains in Structure and Function