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What a great weekend in Seattle! This class impressed me with their questions. My brain was tired Sunday night. They had more questions than any other class that I have taught, I truly felt they were trying to understand and integrate the material. I walked away from this class emphasizing the importance of integrating the pelvic and respiratory diaphragms correctly with PRI activity. It can be a powerful tool to assist our patient with reciprocal alternating function, but if done incorrectly can create pathology. Thanks for the hospitality Olympic Physical Therapy and I will see you again in June! - Lori Thomsen

Posted April 24, 2013 at 4:33PM
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There is limited space available yet at the Postural Respiration course sponsored by the University of Michigan Health System Continuing Education Program. The course will be taught by James Anderson on April 27-28th in Ann Arbor, MI. To register for this course, contact Amelia Hippler at 734-936-4376.

Posted April 18, 2013 at 6:40PM
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We had a great two days discussing Athletic Performance at our 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium! It was by far our largest group with over 115 attendees. A big thank you to all those who attended and the speakers who contributed to the integrative learning: Mike Arthur, Ken Crenshaw, Heidi Wise, John Cook, Dr. Kris Berg, Eric Cressey, Drew Marchesi, and Ron Hruska!

A few testimonials from course attendees:
“Thank you so much - always such a great course, really enjoyed the content - great mix of speakers, topics.”

“I was looking forward to the content and it exceeded my expectations. The only thing is that I wanted more!!”

“This was a wonderful integration of biomechanics with physiology to allow athletes and practitioners to communicate and breathe.”

In addition, we had several requests for the Sweet Crispix Chex Mix recipe, so HERE it is!

Posted April 15, 2013 at 7:01PM
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Pitman, NJ (Pelvis Restoration) - “Had a great time back at Endeavor Sports in New Jersey teaching Pelvis Restoration. Kevin Neeld is a great host and it is always great to see Strength and Conditioning Specialists hungry to learn more about PRI. I even got the opportunity to do some lifting after Saturdays course work! It was fun to have Athletic Trainers and Strength and Conditioning professionals from points north (Montreal, Canada) and south (Miami Dolphins )represented. PRI is not only for PT anymore!”  - Jen Poulin
 
Dallas, TX (Pelvis Restoration) - “This past weekend in Dallas was awesome.  It was a great weekend with passionate practitioners learning to integrate PRI into their practice.  We also had quite a few newbies that held their own.  I felt as a class they were enlightened with how powerful the respiratory and pelvic diaphragm work together.  The need for these two areas to work together is necessary for reciprocal alternating function such as gait to occur. We are ALL pelvic floor practitioners. Great weekend and a great class.  You guys rocked it! - Lori Thomsen

Posted April 10, 2013 at 7:07PM
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Due to the lengthy wait list we have for the April 20-21, 2013 Seattle, WA Pelvis Restoration course, Lori Thomsen will be teaching again June 8-9, 2013! If you are interested in attending this date, please register or contact me today! Spots are limited so register today!

Course Location:
Olympic Physical Therapy
515 Minor Avenue, Ste. 22
Seattle, WA 98104-2138

Posted April 8, 2013 at 7:19PM
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This week’s featured speaker for the 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium is Andrew Marchesi. Drew is a physical therapist at East Valley Spine & Sports Medicine Center in Chandler, Arizona. In addition to his interest and knowledge of Postural Restoration, Drew is a Fellow of Applied Functional Science through the Gray Institute and a Nike Golf Performance Specialist.

“I am excited for Drew to share how he integrates Postural Restoration concepts with his training in Applied Functional Science through the Gray Institute, as well as his experience as a Nike Golf Performance Specialist. Tri-planar activity must occur at many joints during the golf swing, and Drew will highlight considerations for evaluation, golf swing analysis and integrative treatment of the golfer. He will have us all prepared to treat those summer golf injuries!” -Ron Hruska

There is still seating available for the Symposium being held in Lincoln on April 11-12th. CLICK HERE to register!

Posted April 2, 2013 at 7:33PM
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This week’s featured speaker for our 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium is Ken Crenshaw. A native of New Mexico, Crenshaw graduated from New Mexico State University with a degree in sports medicine and worked as an athletic trainer in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization for three years and as the strength and conditioning coordinator with the Atlanta Braves for four years before heading to Tampa Bay for 10 years. In December 2005, Crenshaw was named the Head Athletic Trainer for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

“After meeting Ken Crenshaw in 2008, at an educational course that I presented to his staff, he sent me an article written by Pavel Kolar, a mentor of his and mine. Since that time, he has sent me several articles and emails on everything from the diaphragm to neurology as it relates to stabilization and integrating function. He has so much experience and wisdom. What were we thinking when we scheduled him to speak for only 2 hours?” - Ron Hruska

For more information and to register for this upcoming Annual Symposium, in which this year’s featured topic is Athletic Performance, CLICK HERE!

Posted March 26, 2013 at 7:48PM
Categories: Athletics Courses

Monterey, CA (Postural Respiration) - Three great days on the Monterey Peninsula.  Provided staff training at the Pebble Beach Golf Academy on Friday followed by the Postural Respiration course in Monterey on Saturday and Sunday.  A big thank you to Julie Blandin, PT, PRC for all the work she does to promote PRI in California.  She is a West Coast pioneer that has overcome a wide variety of obstacles to help advance PRI to a new and very interested audience. Way to go Julie! -James Anderson

Bath, ME (Postural Respiration) - This past weekend in Maine was one of the better Postural Respiration classes I have taught. We had lots of time for progression of non-manual techniques and the entire class was enthusiastic and switched-on! -Mike Cantrell

Wilmette, IL (Myokinematic Restoration) - Had a great weekend in the Windy City teaching Myokinematic Restoration of the hip and pelvis to a diverse group of professionals! It is exciting to see the science of PRI reaching out to other disciplines! Donna is a wonderful host and her staff of Pilates and Yoga instructors energy was infectious!  It is always great to see new clinicians reactions to the power of respiration and the connection to the pelvis.  I remember my first impression of Ron’s work and I am humbled to share it with others! I cant wait to teach again! -Jen Poulin

Posted March 21, 2013 at 8:18PM
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Tomorrow is the Early Registration Deadline for our 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium being held in Lincoln on April 11-12th! To register with the early registration rate of $415.00, CLICK HERE! After Friday, the course tuition does increase to $445.00.

Also, please take note of the hotel recommendations below to ensure that you receive the special rates, as there is a cut off date for room reservations at these discounted prices!

Hotel Recommendations:

Courtyard Marriott Lincoln
808 R Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Phone (402) 904-4800
Special rate of $119/night.  To reserve a room please request the group block under “Postural Restoration Institute”.  The cut off date for reservations is March 20th.  Features include: brand new hotel just 3 blocks from the course location (within walking distance), located in the Historic Haymarket, near several restaurants and shops, indoor pool and fitness center. 

Please note that the following two hotels would require transportation to and from the course. 
Comfort Suites by Choice Hotels
331 N Cotner Blvd
Lincoln, NE 68505
Phone (402) 325-8800
Special rate of $69/night. To reserve a room please request the group block under “Postural Restoration Institute”. The cut off date for reservations is March 30th.  Features include: shuttle transportation (please call Emily Gifford to make arrangements, shuttle space is limited), indoor pool and fitness center, and business center.

Chase Suite Hotel by Woodfin
200 South 68th Place
Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone (402) 483-4900 or toll free (888) 433-6183
Special rate of $79/night. To reserve a room in our block, please ask for Roxanne in the Sales Department. Features include: complimentary city wide van transportation (including transportation to and from course and airport – upon request).

Posted March 14, 2013 at 8:35PM
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This week’s featured speaker for our 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium is Heidi Wise, OD, FCOVD. Dr. Wise graduated from Troy State University in 1994 with Bachelor’s degrees in both Math & Chemistry. She continued her education at Southern College of Optometry where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Doctor of Optometry degree in 1998.

Dr. Wise worked in primary care optometry before opening a private practice, PRI Vision in Lincoln, NE which focuses on expanded services including vision training, behavioral optometry and neuro-optometry integrating with the science of Postural Restoration®. These areas focus on helping children and adults gain better vision skills to maximize performance in school, work and while playing sports. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, Nebraska Optometric Association, College of Optometrists in Vision Development, and Heart of America Contact Lens Society. In 2011, Dr. Wise completed her fellowship in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (FCOVD).

“Dr. Heidi Wise has devoted her professional career to understanding and changing how the visual system impacts human performance. She will enlighten you on how the visual system limits or enhances athletic performance in her two-hour talk, by changing the biomechanics behind a batter’s swing or a golfer’s concentration before a putt. Three key areas that are often not considered reflections of the visual system’s function and behavior include muscle lengthening and strengthening, breathing and the mental game. Should be an eye-opener.” - Ron Hruska

Early registration for the two day symposium on Athletic Performance ends this Friday! CLICK HERE to register!

Posted March 13, 2013 at 8:48PM
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