"The apparatus itself was so much fun, and the instructor's positive energy made it impossible not to love this class!"
- Phillip J.
"Forgot to tell you [K] said she hopes she's in your group next year because you made your group do so many push-ups! :-)"
"I've been meaning to thank you Scott. You were able to inspire and motivate [her] in a way that I've never seen before. She has a very fixed mindset and tends to quit when things get difficult for her.
You really made an impact on her and I refer back to you when I need [her] to stay strong and keep going; that I know with practice she can do it.
[She] has had a challenging time the past few years with Dyslexia which has greatly impacted her confidence. You built her confidence up.
So, thank you. Sincerely, thank you."
"Even though I was a drop-in, both the instructor and the other students were very welcoming. The rest of the class was quite a bit more advanced than I was, but the instructor had plenty of entry-level things for me to work on and I never felt 'out-of-place' within the rest of the group"
"Great class overall - very challenging and fun. Exactly what I needed this evening. Instructor is great and super knowledgeable, and still is able to connect with me even over a virtual platform. Highlight of my week!"
"The kids loved everything about [winter camp]... there was no anxiety after the first day about going, since they had so much fun, and they asked me if they could do it again next year.
That's rare, so thank you very much!"
"Thank you so much for all your work with [C] this summer and in the past! She is so proud of her progress every day and has always felt safe and confidence with you."
"Thank you for the upbeat energy and enthusiasm with which you approach your teaching and facilitating work, your continued curiosity and experimentation with what drills will best reach students, and your belief that everyone is always capable of some kind of change for the better."
"you bring passion, knowledge and care to everything you do. You make everyone that walks through the door feel listened to and welcomed."
"You always approach your work with concern for what the students need most as the first thing on your list."