Dear Families,

 

We want to assure you that we take the health and well-being of our community very seriously and are closely monitoring the quickly developing effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

 

We have temporarily closed the studio, postponing all classes, workshops and events, to protect and care for those who work with us, dance with us, fly with us, and our entire ZUZI! family!

 

We hope to come together again soon but, in the meantime, know that we are sending positive, hopeful thoughts to each one of you & we are keeping close at heart, those who have been afflicted.

 

If you have already paid for a workshop in full, your payment will be fully honored once the workshop is rescheduled. If you have paid for the Spring Session, we humbly ask, if you are able and willing, to consider donating the payment to ZUZI! Dance. What keeps ZUZI! moving, is you! Our classes, workshops and events are the main source of income we receive, and during this time, we fear that we may suffer a great financial loss. Of course, once classes resume and if we are able to provide make-up classes, your payment will continue to be honored. If you are unable, we will absolutely grant a pro-rated refund for the remaining session. Please contact us at: zuzimarketing@gmail.com to complete the refund process or to let us know if you choose to use it as a donation.

 

We miss you and look forward to reconnecting as soon as possible.

 

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Contact Us: 520.629.0237

During this time, many of us are inside, growing more concerned each day and, possibly, quite bored. Keep in mind, that you are part of the healing that is happening now and can be a positive influence on those surrounded by you at home! Here are some reminders of ways we can stay positive and make the best out of a difficult time.

                                                       PEACE. ~ ZUZI! Staff

Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul ~ And sings the tune without the words and never stops at all

~Emily Dickinson