Monthly Archives: December 2011

Welcome to Azonto Fitness

Azonto Fitness

I Great way to get in shape I

Azonto Fitness Classes in London  I Every  Wednesday Evenings  from  7.30pm – 8:30 I


Azonto Fitness, the newest  fitness craze which combines basic movements of the Azonto Dance with a Fitness Routine launched in London on Tuesday 31st January 2012 .  This is the first ever of its kind.

 The Azonto Fitness routines are put together by professional & qualified fitnesss coaches, which are designed as a great way to get in shape.

Currently, we have one class per week, lasting one hour on Wednesday evenings 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Come down and dance your way to Fitness! It is fun, exciting and full of enjoyment!  Its execrise made easy for anyone who wants to get fit, whiles having fun and dancing their way to fitness!

Come and Join Us on Wednesdays at

North Road Community Centre

230 Burnt Oak Broadway


Price: £5 per class.

Call to book your place now!

Email:    Call us/Booking Line : 07930270217
Twitter: @AzontoFitness

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Azonto Mobile Service.

We offer Azonto mobile service, where we  come to you whereever you are in London.

All you need is to find a space, gather your family, friends, work colleagues and we will come to you and deliver a session at very affordable price.  Call us to book Now: 07930270217.

What is Azonto Fitness?

Azonto Fitness incorporates the body movements of this dance form with fitness routine in fun, challenging, easy-to-follow, African-inspired, calorie-burning fitness classes for you to get into shape whiles having fun learning and dancing the “Azonto Dance”.  The Azonto Fitness routines & classes are put together by a group of qualified fitness instructors to ensure you get a great workout as well as benefits of toning and losing weight.

What is Azonto Dance?

Azonto Dance is an original Ghanaian  expressive dance and music form. Azonto Dance form incorporates complex co-ordinated body movement and non-verbal communication in a rhythmic fashion in very few one-two timed steps. Just like most African dances, knee bending and hip movements are the core steps to dancing it. The dance has effectively evolved from a few rudimentary moves to embrace depictions of washing, driving, boxing, grooming, praying, swimming, and others. Generally, the dance reflects the creativity and rich sense of humour of the Ghanaian people.