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Gauteng: Johannesburg and Pretoria

Western Cape: Cape Town

Eastern Cape: Chintsa

Free State: Bloemfontein 

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Meet our MENtors team

Farai Nyamavuvu

Thomas Muller

Farai Nyamavuvu - MENtor

I grew up in a loving family in a small rural village in the Eastern province of Zimbabwe. I studied to be a teacher following in the footsteps of my father and have been a teacher for over twenty years now. My mother played an important role in nurturing me to be a God fearing and principled man. I moved to South Africa in 2007 and I have taught at a couple of schools in the Eastern Cape province. I am passionate about my job and bond really well with my learners.

 

I am married with two kids. I believe education and following the principles of God can help break down social ills like broken homes and women abuse and empower our boys to grow into responsible citizens, fathers and husbands. Being a part of the character company has given me an opportunity to do my part in standing in the gap and contribute in raising boys with absent fathers to be good men.

 

Thomas Muller - MENtor

Thomas Muller is a primary school Waldorf Teacher and Spacial Dynamics Therapist, working and living in Chintsa, near East London. He did his part-time training in Bothmer Gymnastics at the Institute of Human Movement studies, qualifying in 2001 and qualified as a Waldorf primary school class teacher in 2000. He worked as the lead teacher in Games and Gymnastics at Wynstones School, Stroud, UK for 7 years. He was well known for his work in pedagogical movement teaching, and especially famous for his circus club and his formidable Wynstones basket ball team.


Whilst still in the UK he did a postgraduate training in Spacial Dynamics Therapy through the Spacial Dynamics Institute in Stuttgart and New York, qualifying in 2006, before returning to South Africa.

Back in East London Tom has become famous for Tom’s Circus and Games, often spotted at carnivals, festivals and birthday parties. He works as a clown for Reach for a dream, providing entertainment to children in the East London hospitals once a week. He is currently homeschooling three children for Class 5. When possible he sees patients for spacial dynamics therapy, helping clients find their own authentic movement to address muscular disorders, mental stability and prevention of injury.