Last weekend I had the pleasure of teaching Pelvis Restoration to an engaged group of movement scientists from a wide variety of settings who converged in Bethesda to enjoy a weekend of learning about the dynamics of pelvis movement, function and performance. Many thanks to Haim Hechtmann for keeping an eye out to ensure that Point Performance was up and running, to Alison Haynes and Daniel Rodrigues for their diligence with the behind the scenes action of host site duties and to Louise Kelley for being a gracious host coordinator to us all amidst her daughter's state championship field hockey weekend! Great host, great field hockey fan and great mom as well!
This instructor enjoyed the intense attention and energy paid by first PRI course attendees including Jill Tender, Sebi Varghese, James Murphy, Nicholas Deacon, Stephanie Currey among others as well as the highly integrated discussions of pubosacral dynamics initiated by Nicholas Jan, Julie Shein, Zachary Cohen, Eileen Kokosinski and 2016 PRC applicant Joshua Funk. I appreciate the energy, effort and assistance of Clarisse Labor and Nicholas Deacon who provided us with their effort during technique demonstration for management of PEC and the always underlying Left AIC patterned movers as the course progressed. Louise Kelley was her usual subtle, but effective leader in the crowd during discussions and lab demonstrations, enabling a lively group to engage in the learning process to the fullest--thank you again Louise!
As is the case so very often, I leave Point Performance refreshed and excited about the future of the application of the science of PRI. Thank you each for your contribution to this weekend's Pelvis Restoration learning event--what a blast!