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October 25-26, 2014 Greensboro , NC

PRI Integration for the Home

November 8-9, 2014 Salem , OR

A Unique Approach to the Treatment of Common Impingement and Instability Through PRI Reference Center Integration

November 8-9, 2014 Minneapolis , MN

An Integrated Approach to Treatment of Patterned Pubo-Sacral Pathomechanics

November 14-15, 2014 Scottsdale , AZ

PRI Integration for Baseball

November 21-22, 2014 Clearwater , FL

PRI Integration for Baseball

December 4-7, 2014 Lincoln , NE

Advanced Integration

January 2-3, 2015 Phoenix , AZ

PRI Integration for Baseball - Restoring Reciprocal Performance in the Patterned Baseball Athlete

January 10-11, 2015 Lincoln , NE

Impingement & Instability - A Unique Approach to the Treatment of Common Impingement and Instability Through PRI Reference Center Integration

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We recently had a request to purchase the PRI logo balls that we recently started sending to the host site's of our Myokinematic Restoration courses.These are great for adductor pullbacks and the 90-90 hemibridge and many other non-manual techniques that are listed on our n Non-Manual Techniques CDs. We now offer them for sale at $2.00 per ball plus shipping. If you are interested in ordering you can download an order form here and either email it to us at info@posturalrestoration.com or fax it to us at 402-467-4580. Minimum of 10 balls per order.

Posted October 20, 2014 at 9:45PM by
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What a weekend in Vermont last weekend! The leaves were changing and it looked like fire on the mountains!  The course was Myokinematic Restoration and the group was fired-up as well!  Or as we say in Georgia: “Phard Up!” We had some great “ah-ha” moments (I know because I asked!) and, as usual, I learned a bunch of new stuff as well.  It never ceases to amaze me about how little I know.  I’m constantly reminded of it when I get to listen to some of the clinicians across the country.  Thanks for the education and a special thanks to my dear friend Holly Spence who always makes me feel so very welcome.  Special thanks to her mom and dad, Charley and Carol Spence for inviting me out to the farm.  They knew how to make an old hunter feel at home and welcome.  Charley, thanks for the tour of the sugar house and thanks for the pie.  I love gluten!!!

Posted October 20, 2014 at 9:09PM by
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It was fantastic to be back in Salem for another great PRI Integration for the Home seminar with the awesome staff from First Call Home Health. Thank you Jacob Mullin for hosting another fantastic course experience and once again, thank you for the yummy FroYo. I can't get enough of that stuff. You always treat me so well. I was honored to teach the affiliate information to your staff, but was equally blessed to have learned so much myself from their insights because so many of the group have extensive experience with PRI and with the Home Integration material. Mellet, I was especially impressed with your commitment to mediastinal expansion to obtain and then maintain a Zone of Apposition with each of your patients. Your commitment to sagittal plane integration early in all of your patient programs taught us all which plane holds the key to frontal and transverse success with PRI. Thanks for treating these geriatric home health patients like the athletes they really are. #PRIHomeIntegration #EveryAthleteGrowsOld. 

Posted October 16, 2014 at 10:02PM by
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The image posted is a Letter to the Editor submitted to USDF Connection in response to Dr. Clayton's article in Oct issue: "Unique Seminar Focuses on Measuring Rein Tension"  (http://connection.epubxp.com/i/386281/0  article p. 26 - 31).  The Letter to the Editor supports on-going research by a variety of experts in the usefulness of the "new" rein tension measuring device as a diagnostic tool for equine lameness, joint dysfunction and restrictions in the spine, pelvis, neck, and jaw, and training tool for horse-rider interaction.  The Letter calls attention to the results of a particular questionnaire that supports the science of PRI and attempts to briefly and "all-inclusively" explain how the L AIC and R AIC muscle chains affect horse-rider interaction and performance.  (Obviously all 8 muscle chains are involved, but I thought a simple explanation would be appreciated by the readership.) 

I encourage you to read the article itself, not only because it is interesting but also because it raises PRI questions about horses.

Lilla

Posted October 15, 2014 at 7:25PM by

They learned to put “ a little E in our I” and get “ some I into our E’s” or was it E I E I O? No matter how you slice it, it was a beautiful weekend in Cary, NC and nice to be so close to home for the weekend!  Josh Olinick and his wife Katie Stevens were excellent hosts and were very accommodating with a rather full house for my first Pelvis Restoration course of 2014!  I was blessed to have my father and daughter as invited guests.  My Dad wants to talk the talk on the golf course to his buddies about why his daughter travels around the country teaching PRI and my daughter Devon was just happy to be close to her Mom this weekend! I was thankful to have my colleague Jesse Ham co-teaching with me as I set the AFIR aside and welcomed back the IPIR and IsPER’s.  Thankfully all the brain knows is patterns and I had a great time enlightening the attendees on the inlet and outlet of a Left AIC and PEC. I felt so liberated talking about the PEC after a year of biting my tongue in Myokin this year!  It was an honor to help mentor Jesse as he prepares to teach this course in 2015.  I am no longer the new kid on the PRI block!  I only hope he doesn’t pick up any of my bad jokes!  

Posted October 13, 2014 at 6:34PM by
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