UWL instructor, alum Tammy Zee leads online workouts featuring meditation, yoga, cardio and more
When Alumna Tammy Zee found out UW-La Crosse classes were moving online for the remainder of the spring semester, the UWL Recreational Sports instructor of 33 years found a way to stay connected to her fitness class.
Zee captures video of herself in her living room or garage doing yoga, meditation, cardio and a variety of other fitness routines, and broadcasts them live on Facebook. During the sessions, occasionally a dog will bark or the doorbell will ring, but that’s the norm for everyone in the world of telework and school, she explains.
“We’ve all had to learn new things and adapt to the new norm,” she says. “I have learned to keep it real, and the rawer, the better.”
Zee says the classes can help students stay on schedule and maintain their health and wellness. Most importantly, it helps bring a bit of normalcy back into their life.
About Tammy Zee
Zee earned her master’s degree from UWL in exercise sport science/human performance in 1995 and her bachelor’s degree in park recreation administration in 1990.
Since 1987, Zee has taught a variety of REC classes, including High/Low Aerobics, Toning, Step, Kickboxing, Water Exercise, Yoga, Pilates, Cycle, Yogalates, ZUMBA, INSANITY, Tabata, Barre Above, Strong by ZUMBA, Meditation and many fusion/hybrid classes. She has also been certifying students and others on how to lead and become group fitness professionals.
Zee also owns her own yoga studio in Onalaska, Om Yoga Studio. She has a 200/300 Yoga Teacher Training School and is a licensed/certified yoga therapist.
Find Zee online
REC group fitness classes are available on the UWL Rec Sports Facebook Group page.
Posted by UWL Rec Sports on Friday, May 1, 2020