On May 21, 2019, Tom Morlan, wrote an article called "Keeping the Bearcats on Their Toes" about the newest addition to the A2 family, Monya Maleki.
"The groundbreaking research of Monya Maleki ’19 brings the benefits of ballet to the football arena.
Monya Maleki ’19 took her first ballet steps when she was 3, and she brought her love of dance to Willamette. Little did she know it would propel her into the world of sports medicine research.
During her senior year, the exercise and health science major pioneered a study on the potential benefits of ballet for football players. Her work turned heads in the field of sports medicine, altered the training regimen for some of the university’s top athletes and transformed her educational experience...."
To read the full article click here.
Welcome Monya! We are happy to have you on the team!
"I never thought I’d love PT, but now I do! I’m so appreciative that my first Pt experience has been with the most attentive and patient people possible. I’m thrilled the progress I’ve made and feel confident in my ability to continue improving at home. A huge thanks to the entire A2 team for being so welcoming and understanding. I truly can’t offer any recommendations, as you guys have a great thing going. (except for maybe more fruit infused water. Thanks again!"
− K. Paulson
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− A. Mun