Tena Chen Zumba Classes Core And Flexibility Training Nutrition Counseling
I observe my students, listen to their wants and we also have tons of fun during our Zumba® classes. It's a great time to de-stress and let it all out for an hour!
Instructor, Business Owner at Zumba Fitness LLC November 2013 - Present (Teach six Zumba® fitness classes weekly at local churches and hospitals. Also do corporate and private events, fundraisers. See http://tenachen.zumba.com for class information)
Leader at Weight Watchers September 2007 - Present (Meeting facilitator, also provides knowledge and support for members from my experiences and training on the Weight Watchers program.)
American Council on Exercise Group Exercise Leadership Specialty American Council on Exercise, License N526878, December 2013 (current)
Zumba® Basic 1, November 2013
Zumba® Basic 2, January 2014
Zumba® Pro Skills, October 2014
Zumba® Toning, February 2015
Zumba® Gold, February 2015
Core & Functional Fitness Instructor, FiTOUR License 166839 March 2015 (current)
Aqua Zumba®, May 2015
Plate by ZumbaTM, July 2015
Zumva® Step, March 2016
BollyX LIT, April 2016
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
I have each student fill out a liability waiver and ask them about any health issues or phyisical impairments that might hinder them during normal classtime. I will then show different modification moves that they can do to feel successful during our class or session.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Please see attached qualifications page or my web site for more detailed information.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
I have a $4 standard drop-in fee for my public classes, and offer discounts when a bulk class package is purchased.
Private and other events pricing is determined by how long the session will be, if they provide insurance or I need to provide my own, as well as equipment and setup.
What types of students have you worked with?
Anyone from 14 year old teenagers to those with knee injuries, back problems, heart patients, etc.
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
I would talk with them first, maybe attend one of their classes and get to know the instructor. Every person is different. I hope I can help you reach your goals.
What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?
What do I want to achieve? Is this person listenting to what I need to accomplish and willing to help me step by step?