People will be dancing this weekend to raise money for a bicycle ride next month.
It's all geared toward finding a cure for diabetes.
Celeste Guinn has the clothes to prove she's passionate about Zumba.
She's an instructor.
"It gets people motivated and excited and they don't really realize they're exercising," Celeste Guinn said.
She's also passionate about her family.
She home schools her three children at their house in halls.
She's become passionate about diabetes.
"Our son was diagnosed in August of 2009, he was nine years old, with Type 1 diabetes," she said.
Luke Guinn is now 13 years old. He said, "I've had to prick myself before I eat and I've had to take shots but I've gotten an insulin pump which has really helped with that. It's just something that I have to live with now."
He's accustomed to the regular finger pricks and insulin management.
Diabetes is now part of his whole family's life too.
"We live with it every single day. We watch him... most people who are diagnosed with Diabetes tend to take five to six shots a day and they prick their finger at least six to eight times a day so we are doing everything we can to help find a cure," Celeste said.
"Tour de Cure" is a bicycle ride for the American Diabetes Association.
It's a ride not a race.
Teams raise money for the event to support research.
"Last year was the first year we were able to do it and we did the 10 mile family ride and we had a blast," Celeste said.
This Saturday, Celeste will be one of the instructors at a two-hour Zumbathon at Shepherd Of The Hills Church. Participants will contribute at least $10 toward "Team Luke" and the "Tour de Cure."
Saturday May 11th 9:00 to 11:00
Shepherd of the Hills Baptist Church
Minumum donation $10
The ride is next month at World's Fair Park.
"My goal for this year to fundraise is $1,000," Luke said.
Luke and his mom both enjoy riding bikes and Zumba but what they would love even more than Zumba is an end to diabetes.
"I'm hoping there will be a cure found soon," Luke said.