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      Classes for the mind and body that


CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS FACILITATION:  General morning, day and/or evening exercise classes, chair exercise that can be done in the conference rooms with business attire for a few minutes promoting movement, flexibility and cardiovascular improvement even while in the conference; chair exercise for a just a few minutes is a fun way to help improve alertness during the conference workshops and get people to MOVE. 













FITNESS INSTRUCTION CLASSES:  Offered by Born Again Bodies instructor(s) can be conducted in the mornings, daytime or evenings during your conference, group meeting or on a regular basis. You can integrate a workout into your conference schedule and provide a fun and invigorating opportunity for your attendees at your meeting venue, resulting in more attentive and active participants.


PERSONAL, GROUP AND CORPORATE general fitness packages are also available for individuals, small groups, businesses and organizations.



  • Cardio-Dance Aerobics to include:

    • Zumba, Piloxing Knockout (advanced) and other fun formats

  • Hip-hop Aerobics

  • General Aerobics

  • Seniors Chair, Toning and Dance Programs

  • Strength and Conditioning - Boot CampBasic Running Classes

  • Corporate, Group and Individual Programs

  • CORE - Abdominal Strength

  • Basic Running Classes



Inspirational exercise classes are comprised of uplifting music that may include

gospel and/or positive secular music that promotes choreography that is party-fun

but with music and movements that are also appropriate for youth, adults, seniors,

professionals and in school, conference, church and business environments.


Liturgical dance/praise dance classes are also offered by select instructors.


















For more information, email info@bornagainbodies.org or call 512.222.7118.


Born Again Bodies Founder and Conference Speaker, Pam Parker brought Born Again Bodies Team in for a fitness presentation at the African American Family Support Conference on Mental Health