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Virtual Zumba Gold

September 28, 2020 - 1:30pm

Zumba Gold is a low impact, beginners intensity dance class. It involves dancing to various genres of music including salsa, bachata, belly, and African dance, and maybe some Mo-Town or line dance. This class will be virtual through Zoom videoconferencing and requires access to internet on your tablet, computer, or smartphone.

This is a 5 week class, and the cost to register is $25 (only check and money order). You can mail checks or money orders (pay to the order of Rush University Medical Center) to our offices at:

Rush University Medical Center
Johnston R. Bowman Health Center
Rush Generations Programs
710 S. Paulina St., Ste 438
Chicago, IL 60612
Attn: Lashone Brown

Since eliminating barriers to wellness continues to be one of our priorities, we will also continue to offer partial and full scholarships to anyone experiencing financial hardship. If you'd like to apply for a scholarship, you can contact Lashone Brown at 312-942-8182.

To register or for more information, call (800) 757-0202 and provide your email address.

Thank you for your interest in Rush University Medical Center wellness events. This program’s date has passed. Please check the calendar for future events or call (888) 352-RUSH (7874) to learn about other wellness programs offered.

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