About Gina


State University of New
York (SUNY) at Buffalo

Magna Cum Laude
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Dance

Simonsson Technique &
Other Movement Education

Certified Movement and Somatic Instructor
Certified Yoga and Pilates Instructor
Certified in Reconnected Healing
13+ Years of Experience

International Coaching
Federation (ICF)

ICF Master Certified Coach
Leadership Coaching and Transformation
+ 13 Years of Experience

Career Highlights
My Story


It is my joy to guide my incredible clients to choreograph their business or personal lives into a present, purposeful and passionate lifestyle. Whether my clients are looking to train or motivate their staff or themselves, I’m here to help get them to that next level of their own “knowing”.

As for me, I live in Las Vegas, Nevada with my soul partner Dr. David Stella. We are enjoying our Golden Path together in ease, joy, grace and fun.

Adversity can make us stronger…

My journey started as a young performer – age 4 in Batavia, NY. Dance was where I felt my light shined the brightest and my heart felt the fullest. It is also where I learned to dig deep as an artist and athlete and find the tenacity to overcome the first set of personal adversities.


At age 12, I was diagnosed with scoliosis and was told I would likely never dance professionally. For 5 years, I wore a back brace for 16 hours a day. Through patience, parental support, tenacity and dedication to my dream, my body responded and enabled my next steps in college.


Fueled with a BFA from State University of New York, Buffalo, I took my passion to the professional arena performing on various stages worldwide.


My love for the stage transitioned into new opportunities on a different type of stage – the fashion runway. At only 5’5″ and having previously dealt with body issue from scoliosis, modeling was something I never could have imagined. With the ability to learn choreography quickly, I was soon invited to walk again and again.


In 2007, I moved to NYC and continued to pursue my career as a professional dancer. After auditioning once for the Radio City Rockettes, I was hired. On opening night of the 75th Anniversary Season, I was supported by 60 family members in the audience. My career with The Rockettes taught me the importance of being part of a team. I had no idea when I started that it would also teach me much more. Adversity presented itself again, when I was struck in the head during a performance suffering a major brain injury. This challenge would later be the “awakening” of a lifetime. It forced me to look inward and completely surrender in making brain health the most important.

Reach out to turn up

your Light.

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