Are you ready for a truly unique experience with your little ones?

Created by Zumba® and BabyFirst for kids ages 0-4, the Zumbini® program combines music, dance and educational tools for 45 minutes of can’t-stop, won’t-stop bonding, learning, and fun!

What to Expect

The Zumbini curriculum leverages a carefully-calculated balance of movement and seated musical activities. This strategic class flow drives development for the child while keeping both children AND their caregivers fully engaged throughout the entire class!

Unlike typical “Mommy and Me” classes, we love to get up and move! Upon arrival, you will immerse yourself in the rhythm and spirit of Zumbini through dance. Children will then be welcomed individually and celebrated through song. For the rest of the session, we will continue to dance, sing, and explore learning through active play with props and instruments. As we wind down at the end of the session, children will be encouraged to sit, focus, and sing with their caregiver.

Parents/caregivers are wildly encouraged to participate! Children benefit most from Zumbini when they witness their loved ones engaging with the materials with them.

Why We Love Zumbini:

The best part about Zumbini: We include a few well-known, popular musical numbers in class during periods of free dance/play, but the majority of the music you’ll be experiencing is truly original!

This isn’t your average (boring) experience with traditional rhymes, it is a truly engaging and enriching program that encourages exposure to many different cultural influences through music and dance.

The Zumbini Difference:

Compared to other music-based classes, Zumbini is less focused on learning music (i.e. how to read music, learn specific rhythms, etc). Instead, we use music and movement to facilitate a variety of social and developmental benefits.

Children are encouraged to Boogie. Bond. BE THEMSELVES! Classrooms are intentionally selected and set up for the safety and enjoyment of all that participate.

Are You Ready!

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