UNDATED (CNN) -- You've probably at least heard of it, or maybe you've tried a class. Zumba is a popular dance-fitness program and kids have joined in too.
To Rachel Runsick, this Zumba class is a family affair. She says, "Because my mom teaches it, we practice together and my little sister and my big brother get to come."
Instructors adapt moves from the popular dance fitness program Zumba- for both younger and older kids.
Rachel, along with the other children, say they enjoy moving and grooving to the Latin-inspired beats. Camille Vanleer says, "It's a fun way to exercise with my friends and I like the music."
That mentality is the goal, say these instructors. Ayanna Torres says, "We really try to make it as fun as possible so it can compete with video games and computers. We provide them the freedom to express themselves- they can go basically as crazy as they want in a structured environment."
And after class? Alexander Muema says, "I feel energized. I feel like I want do more. Too bad the class is over." Runsick says, "It really instills in them that exercise can be fun- if you find something that you are good at or that you are passionate about, especially something that's active, you can do it for the rest of your life."
As for Rachel, she will look forward to next week. She says, "Because moving is healthy for you."