How appropriate to teach Pelvis Restoration at Finish Line in New York City weeks before the New York City Marathon. Tri-planar pelvis control is vital not only for runners, but for any individual that sits, stands, or walks in life. In that case, ALL humans. We all need a stabile pelvis in order for our hips and trunk to rotate and our ankles and necks to wobble.
Danny, Ashleigh, and Kim thanks for your first row enthusiasm. Rondel, Stone, Otis, and Jason I appreciated your hunger and thoroughness to learn and understand PRI. The first time PRI course attendees (Matt, Jake, Alan, Karin, Kara, Oleg, Lily, Jeremy, Matt, Jimmy, Carly, Ross, Iwalani, Dan, Elana, Erica, Jeff, Emmi and Jameela) my respect and admiration for going on thru this in-depth material with me. Those attendees for coming back for more PRI, your passion to learn and apply principles taught in this course you have my professional respect. FINISH LINE P.T.—Caroline, Lily, Alison, Jason, Carly, Alicia, Andrew, Michael, Raechel, and Emmi, thank you for hosting all of us. Your tireless commitment to PRI is awesome! Lastly, a huge shout out to my awesome assistants Trevor and Greg, PRC’s from Resilient Performance Physical Therapy you have wicked PRI skills. I loved teaching in New York and had a wonderful time exploring the area after the course. Thank you!