As an instructor, it so fun to be able to teach close to home and have a "home game." I had the pleasure to work with a great group of movement professionals from a variety of backgrounds. It was great to have Mark Cibrario host us for the weekend at his gym, The Trainers Club. It was also so fun to have Ieve Deleon, PT, in attendance. Ieve and I worked together for 5 years, and having her in the audience was very special.
Every course has an opportunity to be lead by the attendees based on their questions. And the questions we had this weekend were on point, while giving us the opportunity to expand our concepts, and still stay on task to achieve our educational goals. My thanks to Michael DuBois, Gena Vernon-Davis, Ninna Wang, Andrew Eliszewski, Ryan Levonyak, and Brad Thurman, among others. We had so many contributors to our successful weekend. Kathryn Lehner and Kyle Tynan were very kind to let us learn from them and be our models for the weekend.
The fun part of the weekend was our lab time. We were able to spend a lot of time in lab working on positional tests, and the Hruska Abduction and Adduction Lift tests, We also were able to work our way through activities related the management of an individual with a pathological L AIC presentation, from activation to inhibition.
"Home games" are infrequent, and to have the opportunity to have had such a great group to work with, learn from, and interact with was truly the best part of the weekend!