"Life is about being your truest, most authentic self."

—Daniella Cippitelli


Life is too short to do something that doesn't bring you joy.


We are all perfectly imperfect beings and shouldn't be afraid to show our flaws.


You are in control of your thoughts, actions, and destiny.



I started on the journey of self-empowerment many years ago when I first became a certified fitness trainer in my late twenties. When I was forty, I had surgery to remove a malignant tumor and went through treatment to make sure there was no cancer left behind. It was during that time I learned how powerful the mind-body connection truly is.

I am a Certified Health and Fitness Coach and also have education in art and music therapy. I believe we have the power to live lives we are truly passionate about.

Daniella is the founder of Magic Happens Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring a holistic approach of self-empowerment to patients during cancer treatment. She is also an artist, photographer and writer.

In 2012 after creating Magic Happens Foundation, she began speaking and teaching classes on the topic of self-empowerment.

"I have met so many people whose lives and stories have touched me. I am blessed to have the opportunity to cross these paths and be a source of positive energy in the universe." –Daniella



Humanitarian of the Year

NY Strength - 2017


Arnold Schwarzenegger Legacy Award

International Chiropractors Association - 2014

"Daniella spoke for my event, Renovate You! Her lecture was motivating, inspiring, and well-received. I have a close relationship with my attendees, and they all commented on how knowledgeable and personable Daniella is. I hope to work with her in the future; she is a true pleasure to be around."

Nikki Fiel
Owner of Fit Nik Healthy Lifestyle Coaching and
Renovation Retreats
Williamsport, PA 


Daniella has been featured in...


Interview with Dr. Perry Nickelston, Stop Chasing Pain 

Personal Fitness Professional magazine interview One Woman's Story Inspires Thousands

 25A magazine story on Daniella's The Breadth Within Art Gallery