Coastal Ortho, in Brunswick, ME, was the site of the most recent Postural Restoration course. Located 45 min from “America’s Foodiest Small Town” of Portland, the gorgeous, state-of-the-art facility provided a terrific lunch-time setting, with the Atlantic Ocean a mere few blocks away. As always, the weekend focused on the lateralized differences between a right and left pelvis and rib cage, created by the asymmetric diaphragm. Also emphasized were the prevalence and consequences of thoracic extension and how the loss of ZOA reduces movement variability (“#longevity matters”). Much time was spent observing a variety of breathing strategies, what to do about a therapist-patient size mismatch, and sensing rib cage movement and air flow (Springfield College students Declan Morrisey and Clayton Lent gamely performed their first-ever mobilizations). Thank you to the Coastal Ortho team for hosting: Brian Bisson, Kelsey Bisson, Kate Baughman, Lisa Burdick, Beth Carlton, Amanda Cleaves, Sarah, Coughlin, Dan Doherty, Amy Farrell, Rebecca Marple, Katie McCarthy, Pat Nelson, Shawn Paquette, Craig Priestly, and Amin Saab. Kudos to our reader, Wendy Lessard and to the superb lab assistants Anita Furbush, PT, PRC and Michael Mullin, PTA, PRC, who provided clarity and depth to the discussions with their clinical expertise.