One day Jazzercise sale

On Monday, Aug. 22, new customers can register for Jazzercise at the Carmel Valley and Solana Beach Boys & Girls Club for no joining fee and the first month of unlimited Jazzercise classes for free. The dance fitness program is a fun and effective total body workout. Each 60-minute class features a fusion of jazz dance, yoga, kickboxing, resistance training, Pilates, Latin style movements and more. It’s suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

For more information, contact Susan Jentzsch at (858) 735-2714 or visit

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