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PRI Integration for Fitness & Movement - Quincy, IL - Course in Review

Do you have an interest in learning Postural Restoration but are not sure where to start? Would you like to be more efficient at using the PRI framework to evaluate your clients or patients? If you said yes to either of those, then the Affiliate course for Fitness and Movement is a perfect course for you!

This past weekend, James Anderson and I traveled up the west edge of Illinois to present at Advance Physical Therapy in Quincy. We had a large group with a mix of personal trainers, strength coaches, athletic trainers, football coaches, and physical therapists. For some attendees, this was their first course and then others had attended several previous PRI courses.... And that is the beauty of this course, it has something for everyone and is a good introduction or review of invaluable principles that can transform how we work with our clients, athletes, and patients.

Thank you to PRC Eric Ley, Natalie Stratton and the other Advanced PT owners for supporting their staff’s continuing education. It was a great opportunity to have so many team members at one course all together!

PRI Integration for Fitness and Movement is an advanced course that focuses on helping us look at movement and posture differently while integrating key Postural Restoration principles that promote symmetrical form and balance between the two halves of our axial frame. We are looking at how the ribs, thorax, pelvis and hips work together to empower the diaphragmatic mechanical advantage, optimize spinal relationships and the range of motion of our proximal ball and socket joints.

Here are some comments from this past weekends attendees:

“Great experience for my first PRI course. I feel like I can start looking at my clients posture differently while performing exercises and give more beneficial cues to prevent injury and improve overall function.”

“Absolutely the best explanation of ZOA that I have ever heard”

“I learned so much! The speakers were great and personal”

“Good course. I really took home more than other PRI courses I’ve attended. Speakers broke things down to understand ZOA effectively. I plan to incorporate this course in my current patient’s plan of care.”  

Thanks again to Advance Physical Therapy in Quincy for hosting and coordinating with PRI to have us come out there! Check out the Affiliate course schedule to learn more and get to one of our affiliate courses this year! We have courses coming up in Richmond, VA and Fort Worth TX.

Posted February 21, 2020 at 9:48PM

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