This article focuses on the recently emerging interest in combined interventions for promoting successful aging. In contrast to single-intervention approaches such as aerobic exercise, cognitive training, or social interaction, only few studies have assessed the effect of such combined interventions in the process of aging. One of the most promising, real-life, combined intervention is dancing. Dancing is a real-life intervention combining several different behavioral domains that are of interest in the context of neuroplasticity. Dancing may be considered as a paradigmatic example of how an activity provides a real-life, enriched environment for elderly individuals and fosters neuroplasticity. Implications of these data for further research are discussed.