Los Angeles, CA 90046-2670
A dancer-choreographer, exercise physiologist and corporate fitness professional. Robinette worked with NCAA Division I Athletes in the late 1980s and that lead to her consulting work with Blue Chip Corporations in transportation, manufacturing, banking and automotive industries. She wrote the CALOSHA Manual for the California Medical Society for many years, training medical teams across the state on OSHA compliance.
Robinette is a corporate fitness advocate and continues her work in that field in a consulting capacity.
Robinette's program success stories have been presented at the World Congress on Health & Safety; the Congress has met every three years since 1953. She has authored over twenty peer-reviewed papers on corporate health and fitness appearing in epidemiological, and trade journals.
Robinette has taught artistic and therapeutic dance since the mid 1970s. In 1969-1970 she performed in summer stock theatre as the youngest member of the professional assemble, landing a role in The Boyfriend. Performing in the troupe along side Charlton Heston, Fess Parker, Buddy Hacket and other summer stock stars. Robinette had enterprising opportunities to refine her technique while creating dance-fitness programs for Central Michigan University, Mid-Michigan College, PBS affiliate WCMU and the Kellogg Foundation Healthy People Program, among many others. Robinette created dance-fitness teacher training CEU courses for CMU and an international dance exercise organization. In 2003, physicians began to refer patients with a variety of chronic spine and health conditions to Zoe’s therapeutic dance programs located in Glen Park and Nob Hill San Francisco studios. She is a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine, the International Dance Exercise Association, and Conseil International de la Danse–CID, Les Nations Unies de la Danse headquartered in Paris.