A dancer and teacher, too blunt and hilarious for this life. I only knew her for six years but she had a profound influence on me. She also always supported the show and everything I wanted to do.
Jenny Quezada Ghiglia (59) has taught dance & fitness at Pierce College for 35 years and had two daughters and three knee surgeries over that time. Needless to say she has a lot of experience to share regarding her longevity.
Swing dancing, pro wrestling, weightlifting, jumping over flaming obstacles, climbing Half Dome twice in a day. Julio Alanya (32) is one of those guys you’d never know these things about unless you ask.
April Tapia (28), mother of two, describes finding her motivation to lose weight & feel comfortable in her own skin after a decade of being heavy.
Had a profound insight while watching one choreographer work during my last dance show. Most can teach, not all can inspire.
Rachael Light (24) loves climbing. Why the heck does she love it so much? Guess you better watch this. Oh snap.
Larry provides low-cost options for anyone looking into trying dance classes for the first time, also Gene clears up the definition of a Ghost Monkey.
Jacqueline Beaulieu has been running for most of her life but suffered a serious setback from a car accident. She spent over 3 years rehabilitating and decided to tackle her first full marathon in 2012.
It had to happen sooner or later.
Sarah Leong (Age 58, Engineer & Hula Dancer) shares her benefits of living a consistently active life