Sheyza Sanura, originally was a performer under Atashmaya Tribal Fusion Group in San Diego California; in which she was Mentored by Sabrina Fox from Belly Dance Superstars; in which they were linked up with other dancers like Rachel Brice, Zoe Jakes, April Rose, Sherri Wheatley and many other amazing professional belly dancers.  Her back ground had involved training in Hip Hop, Bollywood/Bhangra, Dancehall, Ballet, African, Jazz, Contemporary, Swing, Modern and Hula.  Sheyza had been a professional dancer for 11 years and moved to Oregon in 2012 and taught Tribal Fusion Bellydance in SPRD in Sisters, Oregon for about months for seasonal classes.

 Sheyza will be teaching Tribal "Fusion" Bellydance which she highlights more of bringing all the cultures in this dance form, involving different styles and techniques.  It will introduce basic steps up to advance as the students progress.  The techniques will teach breaking habits in the muscles to learn certain movements we are not used to.  Fun stretches and warm ups along with learning how to improv and build into combos.

Rachel Glerup fell in love with DanceFit cardio fitness by attending Jamie's class.  She now teaches DanceFit for early birds at 6am on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays.  

Rose Miller has loved dancing and teaching for over 30 years.  She was a professional and competitive Hawaiian and Tahitian dancer and the class infuses the dances of the Islands, including Hawaii, Tahiti and the Carribean.  She partners with Nastassia Miller, her daughter in-law, who also danced professionally and competitively as a Salsa dancer Internationally.  Nastassia has a BA in dance from Western Oregon University.  Together they will share their love for dance and music with Central Oregon.

Jamie Flanagan fell in love with Zumba┬« in the spring of 2012.  After loosing over 30lbs, she decided teaching was the next step.  She's been paying it forward ever since.  Her class is now called DanceFit.  It is similar to Zumba, with less latin music and more hip hop/pop music. No doubt you will leave with a smile on your face!

Rita Thomasberg  Born and raised in New Zealand. Traveled to the USA on vacation in 1986 with all my worldly goods on my bicycle. Met the right guy and have been here ever since. I was licensed for Zumba in 2013 and have since obtained my licenses for Zumba Kids, Zumba Toning and Zumba Gold.
I would call myself a zumba addict!  Everyone has a story for starting and continuing to do Zumba. Mine I would consider, my two left feet, the fact that I am tone deaf.  I am challenged by both. Becoming an instructor and continuing to teach Zumba has helped me tremendously.

Lindsey Beltran has been teaching Zumba┬« fitness classes for over 9 years.  Lindsey's classes are easy-to-follow, high energy and loads of fun.  Her enthusiasm & energy is infectious.  Join Lindsey for an hour of exercise in disguise.