AIS Foundations 1

CALGARY - September 19 and 20, 2015

Continuing Education Credits

NCBTMB 15, CATA 9, NHPC 10, MTAA 18, CMTBC 8PE/A

Calgary - AIS Foundations 1

The Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) Foundations seminars empower all manual therapists and movement specialists with the full compliment of AIS protocols as they pertain to clinical treatments and problems related to a client’s pain or physical restrictions.


These seminars offer therapists (and their clients!) the tools to achieve maximum results with minimum effort. AIS optimizes a body’s range of motion, promoting functional and physiological restoration of myofascia and joint tissues, offering massage therapists greater access to the deeper myofascial tissues without applying greater pressure.


These seminars are comprised of 80% hands-on and 20% lecture and will cover both Self and Assisted stretching.

Founder of Stretching Canada, Paul John Elliott, teaches nation-wide, bringing his 2-day AIS Foundations and Advanced seminars to manual therapists, athletic therapists, personal trainers and movement specialists.

Stretching Canada is recognized as the Canadian authority on Active Isolated Stretching.

The AIS Foundations and Advanced seminars focus on empowering therapists and their clients with the tools that can help eliminate physical pain and to regain or improve their quality of life.

The AIS Foundations 1 + 2 seminars offer manual therapist new approaches to problems related to physical restrictions caused from sport-related injuries, overuse syndromes or the simple rigors of everyday life.

Continuing Education Credits

MTAA - 18 cec's ∎ NHPC - 10 cec's ∎ NCBTMB - 15 cec's

Class times:

Saturday 9 am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 5pm

Location: Kingsland Community Hall 505-78th Ave SW

The AIS Foundations seminars are designed to explain how to help their clients in five key areas:

  1. Reducing pain and inflammation through Active Isolated Stretching.
  2. Improving a body’s alignment and postural restoration through enhanced joint function and strength.
  3. Reorganization of fascial planes, ultimately allowing for greater balance and structural function.
  4. Injury prevention and rehabilitation.
  5. Performance enhancement.

These seminars offer therapist the tools to achieve maximum results with minimum effort. AIS optimizes a body’s range of motion, promoting functional and physiological restoration of myofascia and joint tissues, offering massage therapists greater access to the deeper myofascial tissues without applying greater pressure.

Active Isolated Stretching Foundations 1

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