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Granny dances with instructor in Zumba class in Montreal

  •  Elderly dancer, Rachel, shows her zumba teacher up as she busts moves in class
  •  Footage shows her performing hip rolls and even a doing a bit of twerking
  • Classes aimed at older people intended to help seniors strength and flexibility

This granny puts her younger counterparts to shame as she busts moves with her instructor in a zumba class really does show that age is really just a number.

The hilarious footage shows elderly Rachel dancing side-by side with her professional zumba coach, Rina, during a class at the Ella Fit Pro Center in Montreal in Canada.

The video, which lasts 45 seconds, sees her perform complex movements including hip rolls and even a slight twerking action while staying completely in time with the salsa music playing in the background. 

When the perfectly timed dance comes to an end, her proud teacher beams as she congratulates her with a high-five.

Rhythmic Rachel has been attending the classes with Rina for two years and has clearly become a seasoned pro.

The footage was posted on social media on Friday and got over 2.1 million views with bowled over users posting encouraging messages.

Bust a move: The footage shows elderly Rachel dancing side-by side with her zumba coach, Rina, performing a mixture of salsa and hip-hop moves

Bust a move: The footage shows elderly Rachel dancing side-by side with her zumba coach, Rina, performing a mixture of salsa and hip-hop moves 

Age is just a number: Rachel performs complex moves including hip rolls and even a bit of twerking

Age is just a number: Rachel performs complex moves including hip rolls and even a bit of twerking

Bump and grind: Rachel performs complex moves including hip rolls and even a bit of twerking

Megan Henske said: ‘This is awesome, good to see her still up and active!’

And Morgan Idom posting, ‘This is beautiful. Dance is for everyone! You only live once so live it to the fullest and this woman is doing just that!!’

The Montreal fitness class is aimed at older people who want to stay active and have fun with their fitness. Aging group exercise classes are designed to help seniors and older adults maintain their cardiovascular health, strength and flexibility. 



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