Level Ei8ht presents ZUMBA classes in Cebu

Ditch the workout and let us start the PARTEE!!!!

Cebu really knows how to party, every year it has always been a testament on how to enjoy our festivities whether it rains or shines.  Our annual Sinulog Festival is a great example of how Cebu LOVES partying.  That is why Zumba is the right package for all Cebuano health buff who wants to stay fit but still wants to maintain the level of FUN inside the their fitness routine.

Zumba Fitness is the only Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that blends red-hot international music, created by Grammy Award-winning producers, and contagious steps to form a “fitness-party” that is downright addictive.  It feels like partying while getting into shape.

Since it started in 2001, Zumba Fitness has grown to become the world’s largest – and most successful – dance-fitness program with more than 10 million people of all shapes, sizes and ages taking weekly Zumba classes in over 90,000 locations across more than 110 countries.

Now Level Ei8ht is bringing the party to Cebu as they launch Zumba classes with licensed Zumba Instructor, Emma Satchell on April 02, 2011.

Get ready to party in your most colorful outfit and get ready to ZUMBA now!!!

Check out their schedules and start having fun while working out!!! That is every fit and fun girls dream.




  1. Audrey Allure · March 29, 2011

    I’ve always wanted to go to a Zumba class – my college offers them for free, but it’s always at a time when I can’t make it!

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      shoot that kinda sucks though 😦

  2. Rachel @ a la Modest · March 29, 2011

    Zumba is pretty popular here in the US too. I’ve never gotten really into it because I’m afraid I might lose too much weight haha. I do want to be toner though, so i’m doing more toning exercises than aerobics, but I hear that zumba does both.

  3. Heidi Foner · March 30, 2011

    I have never tried Zumba before but my sister has and she has told me it is very fun and challenging! Have fun! 🙂

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      really? hmmpp this makes things more exciting hahahaha

  4. simone · March 30, 2011

    Last summer, me and my cousins went to try out Zumba at home to encourage my aunt to stay slim 🙂 it was soooo tiring but really fun. i imagine those who love to dance would really enjoy this workout.

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      hehehehe…really? now this is inspiring

  5. leia · March 30, 2011

    I’ve heard so many good things about Zumba, I’d love to try it!

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      heheheh give me some advices once you finish trying them babe

  6. dotie · March 30, 2011

    i’ve never heard of zumba fitness before but hey if they’re able to make exercising seem more like a party than an actual work out then count me in 🙂

    eclectic du jour

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      yes zumba is fun 😀 hehehehe

  7. jasna · March 30, 2011

    These sound fabulous babe! Mwah xx

  8. Hazel · March 30, 2011

    why have i heard of zumba before hmmm! i think i had this for PE.. either way, it sounds cool 🙂

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      wow…you have??? oh my that is nice

  9. cruel vitch · March 30, 2011

    Me and my mom are really planning to join this class, however, the location isn’t that accessible for us. Does anyone know anyone else that offers zumba class here in Cebu?

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      go bitch yey…to health and beauty

  10. Oh to Be a Muse · March 30, 2011

    this is a great way to get fit for the season. i’ve actually never done a zumba class before!

    thank you so much for the wonderful comments you left on my site about finding the inspiration in blogging. love your sweet words!

    • Sweet · April 1, 2011

      yes I wanna get fit again…hehehee might try to check out bangkok if they have classes like this

  11. HoneyG. · August 30, 2013

    I have tried zumba once and I’m looking forward to enrolling into a zumba class here in Cebu. Unfortunately, I don’t have any Idea where to go and how much does it cost.. mmmm.. Too bad>

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