Just enjoyed a beautiful weekend in Everett, WA working with a dynamic group of movement scientists at ATI Physical Therapy on the triplanar lumbo-sacro-pubo-femoral dynamics that encompasses Pelvis Restoration. Host PT's Jenifer Rhodes, Alexa Degel, Christopher Nicholson, Ashley Fulkerson along with excellent lab assist from PT, PRC Zach Hawthorne made for a tremendous learning environment, and we had a brief Betsy Baker Bold sighting!
This group took Pelvis Restoration in stride, engaging in discussions about theory, exercise technique prescription, integration and application of PRI to ADL's, strength training and high level dynamic stability of sports from bicycling to Cirque du Soleil endeavours. Thank you Ricky Morant, James Matson, Phillip Wehrman, Erin Bremond, Andrew Dingwall and Kaitlyn McNamara for your assistance with demonstration of various exercise techniques and principles of Pelvis Restoration. Excellent work Kate Johnson on the hands team, Julianne Clark for the posterior cranial vision showcase, Sam Briend and Lea Bell for your inquisitive and insightful addition to the class. Tina Mclean earned furthest travel honor and was a joyful contributor to discussion about clinical application during case studies as well!
Thank you to each from a very enthusiastic group who came to the Puget Sound area to enjoy Pelvis Restoration!