My name is Jordan-Leigh Frank. I am 33 years old, have been married for almost 7 years, and we have three beautiful children together ages 5 and under. I work part-time, lead middle and high school youth at our church with my husband, and am about to start the journey of homeschooling. My family is my world.
June was certainly a big month for us. We had been blessed with the opportunity to minister through song and dance at the National United Methodist Youth Conference in Orlando, Florida (http://www.youth2015.org).
Today is the 13th annual National Women’s Health & Fitness Day. An estimated 80,000 to 100,000 women of all ages are expected to participate in fitness related activities all over the country on this day. It has been reported that more than 1,000 groups across the country will host women’s health and fitness events at senior centers, hospitals, health clubs, park and recreation districts, local health and service organizations, schools, retirement communities, houses of worship, and other community locations.
Discover how to balance life, work, and dance with Jeni Dzenis. This talented dancer has been dancing her entire life and has figured out a way to continue even after establishing a career and a family. Read more about Jeni Dzenis and her experience with Shazzy Fitness.
The moment you hear a beat you bust a move. Granted you may not ‘move like Jagger,’ but you continue anyway. That’s because you are hardwired to move. You have an instinctual response to rhythm and when you put movement and music together you create dance, which is truly an expression of your spirit. And on July 26th everyone has a reason to dance as it is National Dance Day (NDD).