This advanced lecture and lab course is designed to help Pilates instructors, physical therapists, fitness professionals, strength coaches, personal trainers and other rehab and wellness professionals address asymmetrical breathing and postural patterns in the Pilates and rehab environment. Participants will gain an appreciation for PRI principles and the common asymmetric neuromuscular patterns that can lead to faulty movement, pathomechanics, and pain. PRI Pilates screening assessments will be introduced to guide exercise selection, technique cueing and programming. Lab activities will allow participants to experience application of screening assessments and new exercise techniques on the reformer, chair, and mat. PRI Pilates screening assessments and proper application of the new integrated exercise techniques will help participants successfully retrain balanced movement and deliver successful Pilates programs in the studio and/or clinic.