cestus deception

Then Duris squeezed his arm. “Master Jedi! I had no idea that you were a courtier as well as warrior and diplomat. You dance superbly.”
Obi-Wan chuckled to himself. For centuries, dance had been used at the Jedi Temple to facilitate rhythm and and timing. On any world of the galaxy, when one found males or dominant females dancing, it was often a warrior in disguise. Obi-Wan knew the movements of a dozen fierce and beautiful traditions. 
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He remembered his childhood in the Temple. Master Yoda had devised so many ingenious ways to teach vital lessons. He remembered watching the great Jedi perform complex dance steps, admonishing his astonished young students to become “complete” movement artists.
“A warrior who cannot dance? Clumsy in both war and peace he is!
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Star Wars: The Cestus Deception

So apparently every Jedi is AMAZING dancer.