I had a great weekend at Ethos Colorado in Denver presenting the PRI Integration for Fitness and Movement Course. Ethos had a great facility and thank you to Jonathan Pope and his team for hosting! We had a jammed pack Saturday discussing important concepts to enhance athletic durability and how to empower the breathing system. Diaphragm and ribcage mechanics were broken down to help professionals assess proximal core stability and postural health. Sunday was even more jammed back with discussion around our asymmetrical design and the common patterned imbalances we see in our clients. Components of gait were correlated with various fitness movement patterns and exercises were broken down into planes of motion to empower better programming and triplanar sequencing. I am thankful for the great feedback received from all attendees. This course continues to improve and offers the experienced PRI clinician with gems of applicable knowledge as well as offers invaluable neurorespiratory insight to a new attendee to enhance their understanding and assessment for mobility, stabilization and strength. Two more courses left for 2017! James and I will be in Minneapolis teaching next month and in the DC area teaching in November. There is still room to sign up! Check out the Affiliate Course link under Programs and Courses on the PRI website.