Geneviève Dussault studied music and trained in several dance styles (Classical, Baroque, Renaissance, East Indian and Contemporary). In 1991, she obtained a MFA in dance from York University and graduated as a Certified Movement analyst from the Laban / Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies in 1996. Since 1984 she is part time teacher and researcher at the Dance department of Université du Québec à Montréal. She teaches rhythm, movement analysis, somatic education, expressive movement and dance history. In 2016 she received a University Teaching Award for her long lasting achievements at UQAM.
As a dancer and choreographer, she performed in Canada and Europe with the support of Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec.
She has been teaching early dance and creative dance for children at CAMMAC musical center for more than twenty five years.