GoRecess Studio Spotlight: The Z Spot; Las Vegas, NV


Studio Director: Eva Brammer

Classes offered: Zumba Fitness, Zumbatomic (Zumba® for kids), Zumba Toning and Powerflow

What makes The Z Spot unique and why you should try it: The studio is 4,000 square feet of wood dance floor, a state of the art nightclub sound system, and licensed instructors with a passion for dance. If you love to dance, know the importance of cardio in staying fit but hate the word "exercise", Zumba® Fitness was meant for you! Each class is a party!

Music for dance routines include Latin favorites, salsa, reggaeton, merengue, to International favorites, hip-hop, house music... And since Zumba® classes have the feel of a party, The Z's sound system (that actually came from a local Vegas Club) rocks the house! And they have great prices and  specials...the first class is only $5!

Advice for first-timers: Be ready to have a good time, that’s what Zumba is all about.

Favorite things to do in Vegas: Watch live performances, shows, bands and dancing in old Vegas, Downtown.  FireFly is their favorite spot to eat if you want a good environment to mingle with friends.

What’s hot on their playlist?

  • “Turbulance” by DJ Steve Aoki & Laid Back Luke feat. Lil John

  • “I Cry” by Flo Rida

  • “Baile Privado” By Prophex

Did you know? Studio Director Eva Brammer and fellow instructor Farrah Hines were original “Coyote Ugly” Bartenders in 2001!


Ready to party while getting your sweat on? Check out a Zumba® class at The Z Spot today! 



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  • [...] If you love to dance, know the importance of cardio to stay fit but hate the word “exercise”, Zumba® at The Z Spot is your answer.  With 4,000 square feet of wood dance floor, a state of the art nightclub sound system and licensed instructors with a passion for dance, each class is a party! Read more… [...]

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