I don't know if you only searched under classes on the Zumba site but if you go to the instructor search and put in Aqua Zumba you will get a list of licensed instructors in your area. It will take so time but you could contact the instructors to see if they are starting up classes. Some of them might have info on their profile page. Good luck!
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I hope something does become available in your area. The class at my gym just started last week. Hundreds of instructors from around the world got trained at the convention earlier this month. Use the Zumba.com web site as a way to check for classes in your area. In the meantime, enjoy your other Zumba classes.
If you haven't tried Aqua Zumba I highly recommend it. My health club just started an Aqua Zumba class last week. I tried it this morning and had a great time. The water provided a great resistance aspect to the workout. I've been stretching and massaging my arms throughout the day because they got a fabulous workout this morning. We had to laugh during class because when she told us to shake our booties most of us said we couldn't feel our booties shaking but we could feel a lot of other things shaking that we usually don't notice in a regular Zumba class. I am hoping that one day I will feel my booty shaking in the water and not those other areas.
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