Mila is an experienced and skilled street dance teacher and presents at conventions sporting events. She values her dancing and contribution to the world of fitness even more so as she was ill as a child and unable to dance. However, gentle exercises helped her to build up strength and endurance and from here she was able to take up dancing as a serious hobby, and the rest as they say, is history.
Having been classically trained in most forms of dance has made Mila a performer to watch out for as she regularly appears in DVDs and dance videos.
Mila is driven by the fact that she loves what she does and likes the challenge of learning complex, new choreography but also get huge satisfaction from helping others take their first steps be it in dance or in general exercise classes.
"Fitness makes me feel strong, healthy and more alive".
- Mila's tips
* Never force anything. Take your time and if you are not in the mood don’t force yourself to work out.
* Have fun with exercise and if you love it, don’t give in.
* Get the right balance between cardio, toning, stretching, dancing and relaxing
- Proudest moments
Presenter of the year 2006, Presenting at Urban Underground, Presenting on Sports Channel, Warming up 8,000 people at the BUPA 10k Marathon 2006
Our dancers have their own unique ways of warming up and stretching and we wanted to share this with you too so that, like them, you could train like a dancer.
Here Mila takes you through a comprehensive warm up video for dance which will improve flexibility and joint mobility. Suitable for all and particularily usefull to do prior to one of her dance workouts.
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