Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City

Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City



Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City

Last June, in the midst of my very busy schedule (.. and yeah this is an overdue post) I took off to Global City Taguig and visited Arts in the City, where they have this awesome fitness dancercise called YEBA, a very Filipino version of dancercise where they used folk dance steps and Filipino musics, all in-one to create a very sweaty and exciting moves. I felt guilty not using my LivingSocial coupon, but I am still very glad that I give it a try. I forgot how much did I exactly paid for it (...but I think its less than 200.00pesos or estimated 5.00USD) for a 90minutes of non-stop sweating and body-moving fun.  

Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City

They have 4 sessions divided to groups so to accommodate the full pack of participants who are very excited to pump and rock the dance floor to get fit. Most of the attendees are the mothers and their daughters, single ladies, and surprisingly men who are more energetic to get excitingly perspire.

Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City

Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City

Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City

My session class was headed by Mr. Danny Vinculado, the YEBA Instructor, and I really enjoyed my session. See I've also got a free Berocca drink... not my type of drink but taste nice. 

Dance to the Sweaty Tune of YEBA by Arts in the City

Look at my mates! Aren't they look awesome? I am so glad that I've joined the class. I will definitely joining again soon! (Note: this is NOT a sponsored post.)



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