Gina fell in love with yoga in an Ashtanga class in South Florida circa 1999. “I was the worse one in the class. The instructor could not believe how inflexible I was.” That motivated her to delve deeper. A fitness-ista (running, tennis, aerobics) yoga quickly became her favorite as she saw her body transform. “Yoga with it’s deep breathing and twists, works you inside out. Your body will function more efficiently -- the result is eating less and loving your body more.”
Gina spent five years in Los Angeles where she was able to practice with the best in the biz. Inspired by yogi greats like Steve Ross, Light and Mathew Reyes she eventually earned her 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2009. Continuing education includes workshops with Seane Corn and Bryan Kest, and certifications in Thai Body Work, Ashtanga yoga with Manju Jois and Yoga for Athletes.
Enthusiastic about sharing the transformative power that is yoga, Gina's demeanor is democratic. "Yoga is about what you can do, not what you can't." Through breath -- your mind, body and spirt will open and develop into a beautiful dynamic yoga practice. Control the body, control the mind. Control your mind and the world is your oyster.
Gina's loves turning newbies onto the practice and helping people reach their full potential so her specialty is one-on-one private yoga. Her wide variety of clients include professional athletes to people with limited mobility, busy moms, and the most discriminating CEO's. She recently became the official yogi for Orlando City Soccer.
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Gina is also passionate about art, earning an MFA from the Pratt Institute in New York. Her paintings can be found in private and permanent collections world wide,