This past weekend I had the pleasure of teaching Pelvis Restoration to a large diverse group of clinicians at Northeastern University in Boston, Mass. I had two great lab assistants Donna Behr and Michal Niedzielski. The staff of Northeastern did a great job hosting this large group of clinicians. 51 in total! 18 of those were taking their first PRI class and I applaud all of the attendees as the Pelvis course is a highly integrated Intro course. We jumped down deep into "the rabbit hole" of Pelvis restoration and peered down a few others. These clinicians really grasped the concepts of planar specificity of the Obturator Internus as it relates to the Pelvic Diaphram in the Frontal plane vs. the Sagittal and Transverse plane in Myokinematics. I certainly enjoyed my time in Boston. Donna personally took great care of me and we enjoyed a moment of Parasympathetics after Saturday to stop and smell the roses!
I look forward to taking the summer off from teaching to enjoy my friends and family! Until we meet again PRINation, remember to keep #lifeinbalance!