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Phoenix, AZ (Postural Respiration) - "What a memorable weekend in Chandler, Arizona with a super group of professionals and a lot of respiration and neurology. MLB trainers and strength staff from the New York Yankees, Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals organizations complimented an outstanding group of physical therapists and rehab professionals for a super weekend of learning. Of particular interest were three student physical therapists in attendance who are way ahead of their time, in terms of progressive thinking on advanced topics. Thank you Joe, Pete and Matt for your passion and drive to understand performance of the human body. You guys inspire me and give me hope for the leadership that will be required for the next generation of physical therapists. And a big thank you to Riesal Mikael, for traveling to America all the way from Singapore to study PRI! We are grateful you would seek out the science of Postural Restoration and felt a connection with you in terms of the way you think about human movement and performance. Can't wait to see you again in Vegas next month! And lastly, thank you to my new friend Orlando Crance, from Puerto Rico, I mean the Dominican Republic (inside joke) for joining me for such a neat evening out to dinner and to tour the Gilbert, Arizona temple open house on Saturday evening. Professional connections like that make all the craziness of a busy travel schedule more than worth it. I look forward to staying in touch and learning more from you. This weekend was so much fun it didn't even seem like work! - James Anderson