I attended a Myokinematic Restoration course this last weekend in NYC and I was scheduled to teach the course, but had the most wonderful opportunity to attend the course, as an attendee and an instructor assistant. First of all, I always enjoy going to New York because it offers me the ability to spend time with my two grandsons, Maxwell and Dash, who live in the heart of the Meatpacking District. I always enjoy the culture and the eclectic backgrounds of course attendees who live and come to PRI courses in New York City. And I appreciate, so much, the hospitality of the Finish Line Physical Therapy staff. Michael Conlon has become a good friend of ours and has accommodated us over the last few years in the most gracious manner. However, this trip allowed me to see a new PRI faculty member instruct and mentor and teach me on how to “apply examination and assessment skills to neuromuscular dyssychrony and postural asymmetries that affect stability and function of the lower half”, or how to apply the third outlined objective for this course, in a manner that I have never experienced before. Dan Houglum MSPT, ATC/L, PRC held my attention the entire two days and took me on a course that was historically and clinically presented through his lens, as a student of mine 20 years ago and as a PRI seasoned clinician and now a faculty member today. Dan not only is one of our most prepared presentors but one of our most precision based and practical minded clinicians. His comments on how “resistance” becomes “assistance” still resonates as I write this. I was so proud to be his student and so humbled to be his assistant and know that any future course attendee that has the opportunity to hear him and listen to him will also be engaged and listened to, by him.