| Palm Beach Post
WELLINGTON — Elyse Beras’ relationship with Zumba did not start out well.
The Wellington resident’s first try at the fitness class, which combines aerobics and Latin dance, fell flat. The instructor just wasn’t engaging.
Then Beras found Jamie Tizol.
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The effervescent Zumba instructor drew Beras into the high-energy workouts — something Tizol continues to do with new students, now in a virtual format using the Zoom video conferencing platform, prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.
“She makes every individual feel, ‘You can do it with me, and I’m going to show you how,’” Beras said.
Tizol has earned praise from her students at the Wellington Community Center, with people heaping acclaim on the 43-year-old instructor for her engaging personality and skill as an instructor.
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