Teaching Cervical Revolution this last year was truly amazing and one of the most inspirational and rewarding two days I’ve ever had, simply because of course attendee history and location. It was my first PRI course in a new building that reflects both traditional and non-traditional PRI approaches and applications. It was given to an audience that had a course attendee who has been a class participant since 2001 and a faculty member who has been a class participant since 1998 and a faculty member since 2008. Joan Hanson and Mike Cantrell, truly the honor was all mine. I love teaching this course because it represents our history, our scientific foundation and our future direction. The influence of the week on our postural, physiologic and psychologic behavior is unprecedented because of the magnitude that the foramen magnum has on pattern processing.