I had the privilege of teaching at Advance Physical Therapy in Chapel Hill this past weekend. I had a wonderful time teaching this group of clinicians over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend with March Madness in full swing. The big takeaways this past weekend from the class perspective were the following: 1. the power of respiration and synchronization of both the pelvic and respiratory diaphragms. 2. The A-B-A model of evidence base practice implemented in the clinic with PRI concepts. The “A” objective PRI tests then the “B” of PRI non-manual techniques and then the change to the “A” after the technique was implemented. 3. Truly understanding what the PRI objective tests are and how they can assist the clinician to picking PRI non-manual techniques that best assist the patient. This class was inquisitive, passionate, and open-minded. It was a great joy to mentor you in your PRI journey. To the staff of Susan, Joe, Jean, Lisa, Beth, Molly, and Nancy thank you, thank you, and thank you. Your organization of the room set-up, snacks, assisting us to get manuals copied when a boxed didn’t show up and most importantly for your passion of PRI, I am grateful and humbled.