Los Angeles, CA 90046-2670
Robinette has taught artistic and therapeutic dance since the mid-1970s. In 1969-1970 she did summer stock theatre as the youngest member of the professional assemble, landing a role in The Boyfriend. Performing in the troupe alongside Charlton Heston, Fess Parker, Buddy Hacket and other summer stock stars. Robinette was busy choreographing and teaching at Central Michigan University; Mid-Michigan College, PBS affiliate WCMU and the Kellogg Foundation Healthy People Program, among others. Robinette created dance-fitness teacher training CEU courses for CMU and an international dance exercise organisation. 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. 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 CAL-OSHA 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 was invited to present her work 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.