Body Integration

Active Isolated Stretch (AIS)

Active Isolated Stretch employs specific manual muscle tension release and dynamic stretching techniques which utilize an assistant/partner.  It is essential for safely achieving increased soft tissue and joint movement without causing injury.

Active Isolated Stretch is a relatively new way of improvement physical performance, preventing trauma, speeding the recovery process and enhancing longevity and a pain-free lifestyle.  It effectively concentrates on multilayered fascial (connective tissue) work for optimal function of the neural, lymphatic and vascular systems.