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Jacqueline Fox
Certified Occupational Therapist OTR/L, KTP, CPT
Camp Founder and Director

Jacqueline Fox is an Occupational Therapist that has been working in a wide variety of settings including, clinical and health and wellness coaching.  She has established herself as a Speaker, Professional Musician, Personal Trainer, Wellness Motivator, Program Director, and Podcaster broadcasting inspiring tips to all age groups. 

Every week she motivates hundreds of listeners and visitors through her online social media events and e-mail newsletter. As a motivator and role model, Jacqui has a unique connection with her audience that stems from her own personal journey. Her passion about facilitating better mental and physical health can take students to that next level.  Recognized for her work in occupational therapy, she has lectured and consulted people with a variety of mental and physical needs, bringing them through their struggles with enthusiasm. If it is a weight issue, balance issue, fine motor issue, or even a memory issue. Jacqui’s more than 20 years of fitness and wellness coaching makes the difference.

Jacqui received her Bachelors degree in Music, and Occupational Therapy from a leading Medical University and later she became a Certified Personal Trainer and co-owner of a number of gyms for children.  She has directed gym programs in California, worked in many rehabilitation settings, worked with Olympic gymnasts, and privately trained clients. She has had the opportunity to train/coach people from all walks of life, including an Academy Award winning actress and President of University of Irvine, California. Her passion developing individualized health and wellness programs for people sets her on the cutting edge of her industry.

She enjoys educating parents and children, interfacing with physicians, and supporting caretakers. Her quest for providing effective treatments keeps her continually attending continuing educational conferences, and keeping abreast of the latest research. It is this never-ending quest that brings her to provide a place where people can challenge themselves to improve their everyday performance at a personalized pace.



Judith (Judee) Macias-Harris, M.S., CCC-SLP/BSLP/CKTP
Judith (Judee) Macias-Harris is originally from El Paso, Texas, but has been in the Valley since 1990. She is a member of a military family, where her father and brothers have combined for more than 100 years of service, as members of the Department of Defense.

Judee attended Arizona State University (ASU) for undergraduate studies, and graduated with her B.A. in Sociology in 1993. She was a classroom teacher up until 2000, when she applied, and was granted, a charter school program, targeting higher educational opportunities for students from Guadalupe, AZ. After the 2003 birth of her son, she decided to return to school and was encouraged by her neighbor to become a Speech Language Pathologist. She completed her M.S. in Speech Pathology (and Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist certificate) from the University of El Paso, Texas. In 2010, her son was diagnosed with Autism. He has been her “muse” in understanding neurological differences and “rehabilitative” techniques for both speech/language and feeding difficulties. She started her own private practice, Logopedia Speech Therapy Services, in 2013.

She has a strong intrest in serving pediatric populations, who are in need of rehabilitative services for TMJ disorder, dysphagia, speech, language, cognitive and vocal deficits, using researched-based therapy objectives. Another area of interest is to contribute to research. She has submitted articles associated with posturing and sensory stimulation methods, and has created curriculum (PaSS) to aid with these techniques. She has also developed specific physiotaping techniques using Kinesio Tape. Her poster on a functional jaw stability technique (XY Method for Jaw Stability using Kinesio Tape) will be presented at the 30th Annual Kinesio Taping Association International Research Symposium in Tokyo, Japan. She recently joined with Pacific Rims Seminars, and is a Certified Kinesio Taping Instructor (in-training), as well as will be presenting a two-day workshop on elastic therapeutic taping techniques for the SLP in Sao Paulo, Brazil (March 2015).




Rachel Frank,  B.A. in Elementary Ed and B.A. in Special Education
A graduate of Northern Arizona University, Rachel graduated with degrees in Elementary Education and Special Education.  She originally came from Santa Fe, New Mexico and has now resided in Arizona for the past 8 years and is currently teaching a self-contained cross-categorical class.  From summer camps to research and teaching, she is skilled at guiding children into multi-sensory developmental and cognitive learning experiences. She comes from a family of teachers and her broad experience teaching ages 6-16 in a variety of settings make her a great addition to our team.  She is quick to find the humor in situations and enjoys interactive learning with kids.




Rhoda Hunter  B.S., M.S., E.I.E.C.S.E.
Rhoda is a dedicated special education teacher with over 15 years experience in special education programs including the PANDA program at Scottsdale Unified School District.  She has received special training and certifications with Musik Garden for infant, toddlers, and pre-school aged children. Her passion for teaching, swimming, gardening, and music are evident and have made many brain body connections.





Chrystal Montemayor  B.S. SLP-L
Chrystal has worked in a variety of schools and speech summer camps. She is currently providing speech therapy services to grades K thru 12 at the Murphy School District in Phoenix.  She is a wife and mother of 2 boys and has a passion for photography, creative activities, and learning.  With over 180 hours of continuing education courses she is a great asset to our team and children love being with her and she enjoys speaking to them in Spanish and English and laughs easily with the kids.




Christina Barbaro A.A.S.
Christina is a wonderful asset to our team and is currently finishing up her Bachelors Degree for Early Childhood Education while working full time.  She was awarded the TEACH Scholarship for 2013.  She completed the ABA training and additional training with the Scottsdale Unified School District.  Being a wife and mother of 6, she finds time to get in traveling, movies, cooking, keeping up with her six kids, and writing, and drinking tea with her husband. She is amazing.

Summer Interns:
Julie Hummel
Hannah Leigh Vyhmeister




Janice Hadeed
BS Education, MA Education, cross-category special education certification

Janice taught regular education middle school math prior to receiving her
special education certification.  She has taught special needs children from
kindergarten through high school in public and private settings.  With a
specialty in math, she employs a variety of teaching methods based on the
individual needs and ability level of each student. During one-to-one or
small group instruction, Janice thoroughly enjoys watching the “light bulb”
go on for the students who were convinced that they would never be good
at math.  She is currently teaching math and vocational skills to cross
category special needs students.

Outside of teaching, she spends a great deal of her time reading and
cooking.  When the opportunity arises, she enjoys assisting students
develop and utilize their math skills while following recipes.


Rachel Mueller B.S. Speech Language and Hearing Sciences
Rachel graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.S. in Speech
Language and Hearing Services in 2012.  She is currently finishing her
Masters of Science in Communication Disorders from the University of
Wyoming.  While earning her degree, she also works as a
paraprofessional at Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale.  In her free
time, she likes to read, watch movies, and play with her three dogs.
Janice Hadeed BS Education, MA Education, emphasis in special
education and mathematics.


Gym5 Sensory Summer Camps

Using soft gymnastics, interactive technologies and training experience, we guide your child’s exercise and coordinate movements to maximize brain body connections. The activities can be practiced indoors as well as outdoors and they all support and stimulate not only children's physical and social growth but also their academic development and learning.

 Our sensory motor training summer camps designed for fun bring out more than a basic gross and fine motor training. They bring out the best social and emotional development with a communication focus.

Gym5 will also incorporate Dusty Boots horse rhythmic movements therapy.