Our Mission:

To inspire a playful approach to mental health with experiential learning that better connects brain and body (Somatics).

We hope to create greater body awareness and tools for children through our somatics infused basketball program. In addition to supports for kids we hope to provide mental health aid to educators in our somatics skills yoga program.

We can make an impact no matter what part of the cycle you are in. Together we can create a future generation that has a deeper balance in their inner and outer worlds!

Why we do this work:


Dr. Sally Rabi

An award-winning,  self-driven, passionate educator and ‘special-projects’ developer, Dr. Rabi holds over 20 years of unique experience in education reform, curriculum development, instructional design, content development, custom publishing, digitizing curricula, and educational professional capacity building. She has collaborated with multiple stakeholders and decision-makers while working with school districts, Ministries of Education, Non Profits and institutes of higher education in areas related to education policy, curriculum and instruction, literacy,  assessment, and professional capacity development. She has also published a number of English Language Teaching and 21st Century Skills courses and programs.

Dr. Rabi is particularly interested in the utilization of action research in response to educational reform and applies a research-based approach to propose and deliver pedagogically sound solutions. She is passionate about education reform and equal rights to access quality education in the 21st century. Dr. Rabi has been working on initiatives to improve the quality of virtual education resources offered to the community of digital learners. She believes that 21st-century technology is the key to revolutionizing learning experiences and institutionalized learning settings. Besides her role as Founder for Intellectus Education, She also is currently the Director of Education for Frame Change, which is dedicated to serving underserved and neglected student populations.


Bradley Perry

Bradley Petty owns BP CFO Services LLC in Arlington, Texas, and is Board Treasurer for Don’t Forget to Feed Me, a Non-Profit Pet Food Bank in Fort Worth, Texas. Bradley also has more than 15 years of working in Accounting, Finance, and Strategy/Operations, and his experience across Private, Public, and Government sectors of companies over $800M in annual revenue. 


Bradley served over ten years in the United States Marine Corps as a KC-130 Avionics Technician and Quality Assurance Representative. While serving in the United States Marine Corps, Bradley received the Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Sea Services Deployment Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation Ribbon.


He was born in Duncan, Oklahoma and in his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and basketball while attending sporting events with classmates. 


He also holds both bachelor’s & master’s degrees in accounting and obtained his MBA in Finance from Pepperdine University. In addition, to earning certification as a Certified Valuations Analyst and Capital Markets Securities Analyst from the CFI Institute.


MBA, FMVA®, CMSA and board treasurer with experience leading charities to Gold Guidestar status (0.85+ cents on every $1 donated is spent directly on their community work). This former marine and college basketball player is passionate about supporting CREATE because of his 2 children with autism.

Jasmine Miller

Child life specialist and music therapist dedicated to pediatric oncology patients and their families at UF Health, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and more. Miller is excited to support CREATE with her experience in music based therapies and grant support for modalities that improve children’s health.