团队介绍

James Tang

创始人兼首席培训师

因为沉迷于电子设备,许多孩子缺少玩耍和体育锻炼的机会。邓先生的使命,就是要让人们意识到运动锻炼对于大脑发育以及保持思维敏锐至关重要,改变父母、教育工作者,甚至是医疗专业人士的思维定式。

邓先生创立的Brainy Moves是一个基于科学的运动项目,旨在用复杂的运动锻炼来促进儿童和成人的大脑功能。 它得到了哈佛医学院John Ratey博士的认可和支持。 作为新加坡国立教育学院(NIE)的客座讲师, 邓先生向教育部的教师和校长们讲解科学研究,阐述运动如何影响大脑,并向教师们传授如何在课堂上短时放松大脑。 邓先生还前往学校,开展Brainy Moves教学,帮助提高学生的学习能力。

邓先生在NIE接受过正规的体育教育和运动科学培训,并且是樟宜综合医院“运动是良药”工作小组认证的临床健身专家。 曾任教体育和数学的他,在健身、保健和体育方面有丰富的辅导和培训经验,学员群体广泛,包括普通人和有学习障碍的人。

以科学为基础发展而来的Brainy Moves项目,旨在帮助普通儿童最大限度地发挥他们的潜力,并且帮助有特殊需要的儿童改善状况。 许多参加Brainy Moves项目的学生都已展现出了惊人的转变,在高阶思维、言语、学业成绩和专注力方面都有很大进步,尤其是有特殊需求的儿童,他们的进步是最显著的。

邓先生和Brainy Moves项目也得到多个新加坡知名媒体的报道,其中包括海峡时报、商业时报(生活版块)、早报逗号、我报、新报、新媒体第八频道早安新加坡和938 Live电台。

电子邮箱: james@brainymoves.org

Nicole Wong

中心经理

Nicole是培训师团队的领队,并与创始人一起负责公司的运营。生性活跃的她代表学校参加了许多国家赛事。 Nicole对体育事业充满热情,渴望孩子们都能积极地参与体育锻炼,这份热诚激励着她多年来一直在学校从事体育教育工作。 之后,Nicole又在多个课外活动中心担任要职。

多年来,Nicole一直与特殊儿童的父母并肩作战,她深深明白这些父母的不易,对于他们的处境,Nicole感同身受。 她与生俱来的敏锐观察力,以及能够识别并满足孩子需求的能力,更是使她成为Brainy Moves团队的中流砥柱。凭借丰富的指导策略, Nicole为帮助特殊需求儿童献计献策,分享见解,积极地为团队做出贡献。

Nicole接受过Brainy Moves 1级和2级培训,同时,她还是“运动是良药”工作小组的认证临床健身专家。 除此之外,Nicole还坚持阅读各类相关材料,以进一步掌握知识,更好地为各类大脑结构的儿童服务。

Yvonne Oh

中心高级执行员(项目发展与培训)

Yvonne热衷于通过玩耍和游戏帮助身边的人变得健康。毕业于运动和体育科学专业,Yvonne擅长的领域包括运动生理学、肌力与体能训练以及生物力学。 作为新加坡教育部下属的注册教练、澳大利亚运动医学会认证的体育教练,Yvonne在中小学体育教育和营养学方面经验丰富。

Yvonne从小就是一名活跃的龙舟队员和乒乓球运动员,她坚信运动和锻炼可以增强孩子和成人的韧性、自信心和认知能力。看到人们通过Brainy Moves项目成长受益,她很欣慰。 Yvonne还持有标准急救证、心肺复苏证和自动体外除颤器(AED)操作证。

Benjamin Lim

Centre Executive (Program Development and Training)

Born and raised in Malaysia, Benjamin from a young age has always been associated with sports with tennis being the main sport that he plays. During his junior days, Benjamin has represented Selangor state and Malaysia in tennis. Benjamin’s love for the sport and various injury experiences has led him to have an interest in the study of Physical Therapy as he feels that he has the knowledge as a former athlete and also as a person that experienced many injuries. He eventually continued to pursue his dreams in tennis by committing to play NCAA D1 college tennis for the University of Louisiana at Lafayette which was also where he attained the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology: Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology. Benjamin was able to graduate with honors and Cum Laude in his graduation class. He was also awarded various scholarships, academic excellence awards and made it to the dean’s and president’s list in many semesters.

Prior to working at Brainy Moves, Benjamin was working at different outpatient physical therapy clinics and hospitals in the United States where he experienced having sessions with many pediatric and geriatric patients. Benjamin has experience working with various types of patients from stroke patients and injured athletes to patients with down syndrome. Besides that, during his undergraduate years Benjamin was also involved in many undergraduate researches as a research assistant which he received grants for and was able to be published in a journal article titled Computational Biology and Chemistry and two poster presentations with the first titled Cancer Cachexia on Mice and the second titled Dose Response Relationship Between Tart Cherry Supplement Ingestion And Blood Pressure In Healthy Adults.

Benjamin is very excited to apply the knowledge he has attained to help as many people as he can of any age group, while doing so he is also always very keen to learn and attain new knowledge from Brainy Moves to be able to better himself. He is also hoping that by being able to help others he is able to also learn from them as he believes that there are no boundaries to learning.