About Active Isolated Stretching

About Active Isolated Stretching

Why experience Active Isolated Stretching?

  • To enhance your ability to treat and prevent injuries. AIS speeds the healing of muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and joints. Combining this technique with other forms of treatment can accelerate the recovery process by up to 50%. And by increasing flexibility, strength, and resilience, it can greatly reduce an individual’s vulnerability to future injuries. When minor strains or tears do occur, continued AIS work helps to prevent the buildup of scar tissue —a major contributor to stiffness, inflexibility, chronic injury, and pain conditions.

 

  • To help you feel younger and healthier. As we grow older, many of us accept limitations to our body’s functioning (such as a reduced range of motion, decreased strength and flexibility, and impaired coordination or fine motor skills) as an inevitable result of the aging process.

Through AIS, many of these declines can be successfully prevented or reversed, often dramatically improving a person’s well-being and quality of life.

  • To work with degenerative neuromuscular conditions. By stimulating neural growth, creating new neural pathways, and reducing muscle spasticity, AIS can successfully reduce the symptoms of various debilitating conditions — including Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, and other diseases — that do not respond to other forms of manual treatment.

What You’ll Learn in this Workshop

This effective rehab will give you a solid foundation in the principles of AIS and the skills to apply them to the body.

You’ll learn to:

  • Assess the optimal range of motion for each joint in the body
  • Maximize the flexibility of every major muscle in the lower extremis. neck and shoulder

* Reduce down time

  • Take joints to their healthy maximum range of motion
  • Efficiently increase strength in perfect alignment
  • Use these techniques to speed recovery from injury

 

Benefits of AIS

  • Healthier muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments,

and joints

  • Increased flexibility, strength, and range of

motion

  • Optimal athletic performance
  • Breakdown of adhesions caused by trauma or

inflammation

  • Reduced risk of muscle spasms, strains, and

tears

  • Improved circulation of blood and nutrients,

which promotes tissue growth and repair

  • Improved circulation and drainage of lymph,

which helps eliminate waste

 

Place: Mattapoisett Wellness Center

76 County Road, Mattapoisett

Dates: January 27th 4pm-6pm

January 28th 3pm-5pm

Cost:  $40 a day Sign up for both dates cost $70

Instructor: Jessica C. Dagnello

 

For more information and to sign up by phone, call 508.789.1595

Email: Jessica@bodyinbalancema.com

 

About the Therapist   

Jessica Cavaco Dagnello LMT graduated from Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in 2003. Jessica has her own practice in Mattapoisett, MA. After studying with Dr. Ben Benjamin, she began incorporating AIS into her injury treatment protocols and other aspects of her work. Since graduating from massage school she has focused on continuing education in the field of myofasical release and sports massage that she founds shows results of relieving chronic pain and prevents injuries.

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