Main goal of this study was to determine whether there are any changes in the level of coordination, strength capacity and balance quality under the Latin American dance classes in primary school children. Sample includes 32 students aged 12.4+0.5 years old. Program of Latin American dance lessons lasted for six weeks. The aim was to establish positive transformational changes in motoric capability. Level of transformational effects was expressed as difference between initial and final measuring. Significant improvement was observed in Flamingo test (p<0.001, η2=0.74), Standing on one leg with eyes closed on a horizontal balance bench (p=0.01, η2=0.86), Standing on both legs with eyes closed on a horizontal balance bench (p=0.00, η2=0.68), Bat coordination (p=0.02, η2=0.08), Side walking (p=0.02, η2=0.87), Backwards training ground (p=0.03, η2=0.91), Push-ups (p=0.00, η2=0.86), Back straightening (p=0.00, η2=0.55), Lying-sitting (p=0.01, η2=0.78). It can be concluded that significant improvement was observed in coordination, strength capacity and balance quality under the influence of additional attendance of Latin Dance classes.