Positional Release Therapy Institute
Instructional Offerings
Participants receive hands-on training.
PRT-i faculty utilize sound evidence-based adult learning teaching approaches so that your learning experience is both rewarding and lasting. All instructional offerings adhere to an instructor to participant ratio of 1:6 to maximize your hands-on learning experience.

Typical educational session formats and pricing are listed under the course registration page, however, PRT-i will meet your instructional needs through custom tailored programming.

We design your instruction collaboratively with you based on your budget and desired outcomes. PRT-i will come to you! Please contact us if you are interested in hosting a course at your facility.
Typical Educational Session Offerings

Lower Quarter
In this session, lower quarter PRT techniques and clinical approaches to specific pathological conditions are addressed.

Upper Quarter
In this session, upper quarter PRT techniques and clinical approaches to specific pathological conditions are addressed.

Spine and Pelvis
In this session, spine and pelvic PRT techniques and clinical approaches to specific pathological conditions are addressed.

Craniosacral
In this session, craniosacral PRT techniques and clinical approaches to specific pathological conditions are addressed.

Facilitated Positional Release
This advanced course utilizes muscle energy techniques coupled with traditional PRT. (Pre-requisite: Lower, Upper, or Spine and Pelvis Session)

Certification (PRT-cTM)
Participants can earn their certification as a Positional Release Therapist by taking three educational sessions and through successful completion of a written and oral practical examination. Once Certified, you will be listed on the National PRT-i Network so patients can find you!

The National PRT-i Network is currently under construction.

Educator Certification (PRT-eTM)
Certified Positional Release Therapists can become a Certified PRT Educator through additional training. Training involves instruction on adult learning theory, pedagogical instructional techniques as well as intensive training on additional PRT-i techniques. As an educator, you will have the ability to instruct for PRT-i.
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