James Fowler, P.T., ACSM
With over fifteen years experience in Sports Medicine and Movement Science, James Fowler is a physical therapist who understands the mechanics of the human body. James graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1988 with a degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education. In 1994, after coming to New York, he earned a second degree in Physical Therapy from the Steinhardt School of Education at New York University. James spent seven years in the Physical Therapy Department at Beth Israel Medical Center specializing in orthopedics and sports medicine. James was also the official physical therapist for the New York Liberty Basketball team, providing rehabilitation and movement analysis for performance enhancement.
In addition to his dedication to his private practice, James has created and directed various independent programs that can be benefiting to all. James developed an innovative program for children, "Kids Move for Sports", to teach sports and soccer in a positive environment. Also, James developed "The James Approach", a golf training program which is a movement re-education for golfers to improve swing efficiency and body awareness. James has been owner of his own practice since 2001.
Michel a flautist, composer and improvist has been teaching music for almost 25 years. His teaching portfolio includes New England Conservatory, Wellesley College and Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. Michel teaches privately as well as master classes and everything in between. He takes special pride in his work in the public schools and his work with preschoolers with special needs at the Helen Keller School for the Visually Impaired. Michel has been a group leader for Kids Move for Sports program for 5 years. His combined love for soccer and teaching bring a dynamic energy to our program.
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Dayna is a third grade teacher in Brooklyn. She grew up in a family of soccer players and coaches and started playing at the age of 3. She traveled all over the U.S. and Canada with her championship club team and was a freshman varsity starter in high school. A knee injury prevented Dayna from playing college soccer, but she continued her passion for the game through coaching and helping her father, a soccer club president for over 30 years, with organizing tournaments, refereeing games and performing administrative duties. Dayna began working with Kids Move for Sports in 2006.
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