Postural Restoration Assessment & Sessions

We are asymmetrical humans. Our right diaphragm is bigger and stronger than our left diaphragm. See picture --> 

We are wired this way. Our brains are more dominant on our left hemisphere which controls the right side of our body. We have a liver on our right and a heart on our left ribcage. Our right brain hemisphere attends to both our right and left visual field and our left hemisphere only attends to the right. These asymmetries influence how we move, walk & breathe. 


Postural Restoration was developed to educate people on the inherent asymmetries of the human body. . An injury on the left side of our body is not the same as the injury happening to the right side of our body. Aleena uses these concepts of Postural Restoration Institute to help clients breathe more efficiently, lower pain levels, move more symmetrically and feel grounded in their bodies.

Currently, Aleena is working on achieving her PRT certification -

Postural Restoration Trained. 


How This Program Works:

  • The first session is an initial assessment Aleena either live in person or on zoom. Prior to the session Aleena will send over forms and directions to be completed.

  • This session is 60-80 minutes long. A detailed history, movement assessment, and PRI tests will be performed. The client will leave the session with at least 2 breathing exercises to help with their specific needs.

  • Sessions after the initial consult need to be booked within a 1-2 week time frame. This is to ensure that you can have enough time to practice the techniques.


Aleena has worked with:

University of Arkansas Gymnastics Team

University of Arkansas Women’s Tennis Team

University of Arkansas Track and Field Team


Who Can Benefit:

  • Injury management, Improving breathing dysfunctions

  • General Health & Well-being

  • Improving fitness while recovering from injury

  • Transitioning into lifting related & exercise-related activities

  • Clients that typically choose this option may have sustained an injury, are currently in chronic pain, or want to get rid of nagging aches and pains.

  • Using PRI concepts, we are able to guide your body to feel safer, more stable, decrease your pain, and start to feel stronger as a whole. This is important for someone who is also interested in learning more about overall posture by making behavioral changes!