It's more about having fun- even if you don't have someone to dance with.
"We don't need a partner," said Ladonna McGee.
This group of senior citizens slip on their dancing shoes for their line dancing class and as a way to stay in shape.
"It teaches balance, it is exercise, it keeps brain waves going and the main thing is its to socialize," said McGee.
They practice twice a week and its not just country music they dance to- they also learn Latin and Classic Pop dances as well.
It's all about keeping up with the beat- but no ones judging here if you fall out of step.
"You just kind of know what you're doing and if not then you just fall back in you don't get worried about it," said Arlene Wuske, one of the participants.
Arlene Wuske has danced for years and joined the class to ensure she maintains a healthy active lifestyle.
"I'm laughing, I'm having a reason to get out of the house I'm anxious to go out and have fun and afterwards i go have a drink," said the 65 year-old.
To her however, its more about the learning the steps- its about having a good time and keeping the music going in her life.
"I like to stay active so that I can do everything and not hurt, never hesitate every time anybody wants to ride a bike or run up a hill or jump around, I'm ready," she said.
The Rose Park Senior Center offers beginner and intermediate line dancing classes every Monday and Thursday at 1 p.m. and advanced classes at 2 p.m.