James and I were fortunate to have a packed house at our PRI Fitness and Movement course in Burlington, VT. We focused on cleanly delivering principles of breathing as related to optimizing movement health, postural balance, core stability and self-regulation. In this course, we break down breathing and dynamic thoracic posture principles into digestible chucks then link them back to creating dynamic symmetrical balance around the shoulder and hips. Through regulating our breathing and thoracic posture we can reduce unwanted muscle tension and patterns of hyperactivity which can impair various performance relationships.
I know I probably say this in every post course review I write– but this course continues to get better each time we teach! The attendees really do make the course and this was a great group! Thank you to all that attended! I continue to get excited for the future of this course and how it can help others learn about the invaluable science of Postural Restoration.
Special thanks to our host, Matt Baine and the University of Vermont Athletic Training staff. Awesome space which accommodated great lab time and the staff was superb. Also special thanks to our lab assistant Maura Guyer and the other PRCs that attended – Mike DeMille, Sean Fitzgerald, Oliver Hall, and Chad Rainey - your continual support to help these affiliate courses succeed is greatly appreciated! Lastly, special acknowledgement to our furthest traveling attendee, Massahiro Goto who was a chiropractor that traveled in from Japan to learn with us! What great representation of extraordinary dedication and care to his craft!
If you are interested in attending we have four courses left this year and James and I both encourage you to sign up sooner than later as they will get sold out – We will be teaching in the areas of Charlotte, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. If you can’t make it this year and are a good host site for next year, we’d love to hear from you as we are starting to look for host sites for 2019!