A child immigrant from Cuba, Gabriela Ramos started training in ballet when she was eight years old and later studied improvisation and contemporary dance with teaching artists from Mia Michaels’ program at New World School of the Arts. She received a scholarship in New York City from Wade Robson and continued to dance throughout her undergraduate college years at Florida State University, where she majored in psychology. In 2015, Gaby relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a professional dancer career and continue her education in psychology. During her time in LA, she became a dance teacher for an all-girls Catholic high school where she introduced inner city youth to different styles of dance. She also toured to over 27 cities in the U.S and South America with a Latin Grammy Award-winning artist, and received her master’s degree in clinical psychology with a specialization in marriage and family therapy. Currently, Gaby is pursuing her doctorate degree and writing her thesis with a focus on Highly Sensitive Persons. She is a firm believer that movement heals and holds her passion for dance close to her heart.