What is Active Isolated Stretching (AIS)?

THE AARON MATTES METHOD

Active Isolated Stretching is a gentle, yet specific soft tissue approach that replaces the currently out dated stretching paradigm.

AIS is a systematic method of stretching that not only lengthens and strengthens the muscles and deep fascia throughout the body, it also helps to realign and restore range of motion of the joints.

AIS is based on the principles of how the body actually works using the origin, insertion and action of every muscles to get to the root cause of the pain. Then gently reeducating the area to work in a more improved functional manner.

The AIS method was created by kinesiologist, Aaron Mattes, and takes restoring physical function to a whole new level. AIS is currently used main stream by professional athletic trainers. Karla is trained and certified by Aaron Mattes and currently the only AIS practitioner in Vermont.

Who wouldn't want to run faster, jump higher, throw farther, recover easier, prevent injuries, get stronger and get out of chronic pain?

Contact Karla to schedule your free 30 minute consultation to see how AIS can benefit you!

30 MINUTES $45 / 6 for 5

60 MINUTES $110 / 6 for 5

90 MINUTES $125 / 6 for 5

120 MINUTES $195 / 6 for 5

 

Who Can Benefit from AIS?

ATHLETES

AIS is ideal for those focused on enhanced athletic performance, creating optimum range of motion while at the same time strengthening joints in proper alignment.

OTHER CONDITIONS

Even if you don't have an athletic goal, AIS can create help the following conditions:

Neck pain

Shoulder pain

Frozen shoulder

Sciatica

TMJ

Injury Recovery

Low Back Pain

Tennis / Golfers Elbow

Knee pain

In Pre or Post Surgical Rehab

Reduced Flexibility

Poor Posture

 
I recently discovered AIS and am very happy with the results for my hip issues. Karla is awesome! Through my personalized sessions we are both learning what my strengths/limitations are and working to improve my overall situation.
— Julie A.
 
 
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