The Athletic Movement is a youth-specialized athletic training and adult fitness gym. We also offer yoga to compliment our strength training programs. Our 2500 square foot facility in Pound Ridge, NY, is outfitted with turf and rubber sport flooring, merging aspects of on-field work with off-field fitness for a complete training experience.
For our athletes, success is defined by continual and steady improvement over time. This approach helps young athletes build a foundation of strength and guard against injury. Teaching kids to move correctly at a young age can prevent potential developmental setbacks as they mature.
We provide a positive learning environment for athletes to improve their fitness and cultivate love for physical activity. We are here to help bridge the gap from adolescence to adulthood with fitness and wellness. By giving kids the opportunity to explore and enjoy movement, we are providing young people with the tools to become healthy, active adults.
Kayser Dixon, a fitness coach and lifelong athlete, began coaching and training young athletes after many years working with adults and noticing the wear on aging athletes’ bodies. Kayser also noticed a pattern of under developed movement patterns in teenage athletes. He knew if he could start teaching young athletes the proper mechanics of movement before the poor patterns developed, he could help create stronger and more injury resistant athletes.
Kayser met Harmony Prom, a nutrition coach and group fitness trainer, at the gym he owned in Minneapolis, MN. They bonded over their desire to lead healthy, active lives. Together they’re pursuing their dream to work with young athletes and adults to bring together a community of wellness-minded families at The Athletic Movement.
What is your athletic background?
Youth Fitness & Lacrosse Goalie Coach
I grew up playing every sport. If it had a stick or a ball, I was game. I played lacrosse in college and now I’m working to improve my golf game.
What are the top 3 things you wish you could go back and tell your 14 year old athletic self?
1. Mobilize and stretch. Spending more time on prehabilitation and taking care of your body now will make you a more capable athlete as you age.
2. Set realistic goals and work like hell to achieve them.
3. Confidence and success are gained over time through hard work and grit. Don’t fall into the trap of viewing one momentary feat as a marker of long-term success.
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Harmony Prom Dixon
Hi! I’m Harmony. I’m from Minnesota, a little offbeat and I’m enthusiastic about bad puns. I constantly have food on the brain. I have a playful husband and a firecracker of a son who keep my life interesting.
Adult Fitness & Food Coach
What is your athletic background?
My sport resumé is a wacky combination of high school cheerleader, mid-twenties roller girl and former Crossfitter.
What motivates you to be fit?
When I practice fitness, I feel strong and confident. I can get dressed without an apocalyptic meltdown. It makes me a happier person, a better partner and mother.
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Dina is a Certified RYT 200-hour teacher by the Yoga Alliance, trained with Lyn Kehoe in Power Yoga Training. She is also a retired Police Detective with special training in Domestic Violence Intervention and Victim Advocacy, a master gardener and a single mother of two.
What inspired you to start practicing yoga?
I am grateful to the practice of yoga. I started yoga for help with rejuvenation after some tough things happened in my life and a bad case of PTSD. I wanted to get strong physically to boost my confidence to help me face the world. While strengthening my body, I found yoga healed my mind and eased my PTSD; it helped me enjoy life and deep empathy for others.
What motivates you to be a teacher?
After 10 years, yoga has strengthened my body and centered my life and mind. I like to help people find the magic of yoga. I help people learn to soothe themselves, heal and achieve physical release in a moving meditation.