Zumba Instructor, Greysi E. Ospina, left, dances with their students during the Zumba class at Baptist Medical Plaza on Thursday, July 16, 2015 in Pembroke Pines. This is part of Baptist Health South Florida with new Healthy Living Centers programs available through hospitals and community centers.
Zumba Instructor, Greysi E. Ospina, left, dances with their students during the Zumba class at Baptist Medical Plaza on Thursday, July 16, 2015 in Pembroke Pines. This is part of Baptist Health South Florida with new Healthy Living Centers programs available through hospitals and community centers. David Santiago El Nuevo Herald
Zumba Instructor, Greysi E. Ospina, left, dances with their students during the Zumba class at Baptist Medical Plaza on Thursday, July 16, 2015 in Pembroke Pines. This is part of Baptist Health South Florida with new Healthy Living Centers programs available through hospitals and community centers. David Santiago El Nuevo Herald

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July 24, 2015 08:25 AM

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