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    Learning through Movement &

    Learning through Life


    My name is Kim Fowler.  I have been happily married to my husband for 23 years!  We love doing life together by serving our Lord and keeping Him first.  We have four kids that are from ages 11-33.  Life can get hectic and messy sometimes.  We just get back up, keep our eyes on God and keep going.  I’m the first to admit that I am not perfect.  Through those imperfections, He is refining and molding me.  I wouldn’t change anything because that is how I have become the person I am.

    My mission is to help strengthen woman’s marriages, relationships and her family with God’s help.  There are stories that I share in hopes that I can relate to someone who is going through something similar.  I also have another passion. It is helping frustrated parents teach their kids through movement. I was a frustrated mom trying the conventional methods of teaching my child. After scouring the internet, I found the connection between LEARNING and MOVEMENT.  The successes made me realize I had to share these unique ways to help children learn.  Let’s do this together and get your child learning while they move!




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    What Kim’s Students Are Saying

    “Before my daughter started with Kim she struggle so much with her spelling words and sight words. She would shut down with my husband and myself. After about two sessions we could see a change. Logan is ADHD and sitting down at the kitchen table with us just wasn’t working. She responded to Kim’s method of moving around very well and started passing all her spelling test. We are so grateful for Kim.”

    Lori Lee

    “My son has had issues learning his letters, learning to read and comprehending passages once he has read them. As a first grader, I knew he needed more help than his school was willing to provide. Once Kim began working with him, we noticed the information he was learning with her was being retained. The method Kim used to teach him was working, and he was finally learning. Most importantly, he felt successful and the methods Kim used with my son were exactly what he needed!”

    Elizabeth Carlisle Beasley


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    The time to stop sitting and being frustrated. Join the school and learn new methods that will bring joy back into teaching with your children.

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