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A San Diego dance studio is bringing new parents in to dance with their babies.
Mashable reported that KangaGroove specializes in parent-baby dancing.
A video, posted by the studio Feb. 5, has amassed over 5 million views.
In the clip, parents bop with their babies in body carriers to Sugar Ray's 1997 song "Fly."
KangaGroove was founded by couple Meeshi and Amber Anjai last September, according to the studio's Facebook page.
In a comment on its viral video, the studio said the dance is "not based on Zumba but on Urban Soul Line Dancing popular in African-American communities nationwide."
The studio website said Meeshi Anjai studied urban soul line dancing and other multicultural dances for over 20 years.
Amber Anjai has experience as a birth doula, nanny and yoga instructor.
In adition to their new found fame, the couple are expecting a baby boy.
Watch a video of the dance class below.
KangaGroove Mamas just wanna *FLY* (created by Meeshi Ravi)
Right now, we only offer classes in San Dieg, but we have requests to take this worldwide. If you want to help us bring KangaGroove to your part of the world, please donate. Let's get mamas, papas and babies dancing together around the world! <3 -- http://www.gofundme.com/kangagroovePosted by KangaGroove on Friday, February 5, 2016