Miss Danielle started her gymnastics coaching journey nine years ago. As a communications major in college she quickly realized that her calling was not broadcasting, but was nurturing the growth and development of her students. After graduating from Frederick Community College with a degree in Communications and Public Speaking, she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Recreational and Leisure Management from Shepherd University. This transition brought her to a new facility in Hagerstown where she fell in love with the families, and community that was her gym. Upon graduating from Shepherd, and the end of her previous gym, Danielle joined the PMC team.
Becoming a part of the Pediatric Movement Center family was truly a dream come true. “Never in my life did I think I would be blessed with the opportunity to create a program that would be truly inclusive to children of all ages and abilities. I am so happy to be back in Hagerstown and calling PMC my home.” When not at PMC, you can find Danielle, at home with her pit bull puppy, Stella, or on the courts playing volleyball and basketball.
KidMotion Gym Assistant
George Taylor was born and raised in Chicago Illinois to a family of teachers. When he was 6 years old he started competing in gymnastics, dance, and martial arts. He went on to be a state champion in gymnastics for level 7 Level 6 level 5 and level 4. After competing for over 10 years, he started coaching, and has been doing so, for both competitive and non-competitive groups for over two decades.
After High School George went to college at St Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg North Carolina, where he majored in early childhood education and minored in philosophy. George has had jobs teaching at various preschools and children’s community centers but his true passion has always been teaching gymnastics, music, and physical movement to children.
After the birth of his son Arlo in 2014, George moved to Maryland to be closer to his now four year old son. He spent about 4 years teaching gymnastics in Frederick Maryland, but is now so happy to call the Pediatric Movement Center home. He currently resides in Waynesboro Pennsylvania, and is simply thrilled that he has found PMC and is excited to grow from the KidMotion program, and also help the program grow. According to George, his specialty is “growing skills and seizing moments in a nurturing, positive, loving way.” George truly is an asset to the PMC family.