In 1958, Yoni start taking
Classical Ballet lessons at a Town named Chedera in Israel while
she was at Kibbutz "Maaggan Michael".
1960, Yoni joined the "Inbal
Theatre" and continued in 1967 with "Karmon Groups". In both groups,
Yoni was a soloist and performed around the world with them. At Inbal,
Yoni had a part in the movie "The Greatest
Story Ever Told"; she participated as one of the six dancers
in front of the King (Jose Ferrer) with the Director George Stevens
(may he rest in peace), starring Max Von Sidow and Charlton
Yoni also had solo parts in Musicals including: "Jumbo"
(an Israeli Musical), "My Fair Lady", "The King and I" and Hello
Dolly. At the same time, she taught Jazz in Tel Aviv at Gertrude Krause
she studied Ballroom Dancing and was certified as a "Dance Educator
of America ” in New York . She taught upstate New York at
the "Concord Hotel" in the Catskill Mountain Ballroom Dancing,
and Exercise classes.
She moved to California in 1984
and joined the famous "Arthur Murray Dance Studio" (Ballroom
is Salonim in Hebrew) first as a teacher and later as dance counselor
for 10 years.
She also worked as an exercise instructor at the famous
La Costa Hotel and Spa in Carlsbad, California.
In 1985, Yoni started an Israeli Folk
Dance class at the “ Folk Dance Center ” on Adam Street in San
Diego, and another class at the Jewish Community Center of Orange
County in Costa Mesa