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Introduction to AIS and Neuromuscular Conditioning

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Course Details


This 1-day course is an introduction to Aaron Mattes' modality of Active Isolated Stretching. It is a great program for trainers who have an interest in corrective exercise and improving human movement. The goal of this course is to introduce students to the benefits of a neuromuscular approach to stretching and give them a series of exercises and drills used by top athletic coaches.

Participants will start by learning some simple assessment techniques to evaluate dysfunction in the hips and shoulders before moving on to building practical protocols to improve joint range of motion and function. From an anatomical perspective, this course will look at the most common causes of pain and movement dysfunction, why they happen and how to correct them. From a practical perspective - which muscles to stretch, which to foam roll, which typically need activation and which to strengthen.

By the end of the day, participants will be able to recognize and reverse the two most common faulty or compensatory movement patterns that lead to pain and injuries. We will also look at the benefits of stretching versus massaging or foam rolling and why some muscles respond better to isolated activation techniques rather than compound strength exercises.

Course Provider

Holistic Asia Sdn Bhd

CEC Points

ACE 0.8 CECs

Course Duration

7 hours (1 day)

Course Time

9am - 5pm

Course Fee

Early Bird: RM 540 (until 7th May 2020)

Normal Price: RM 640 (8th May 2020 onwards)

Learning Materials

Workbook and stretch rope

Course Level

Level 3 - Speciality workshops which require a solid foundation and experience as a fitness or strength and conditioning professional. An internationally accredited fitness certification is usually required as a pre-requisite to Level 3 courses


Upon full attendance and completion of this workshop/course, you will be awarded a Certificate of Workshop/Course completion

Grading Criteria

Completion of course participation and assignment(s)



Exam Fee


Dress Code

Fitness attire

What Do I Need To Bring/Prepare?

Stationery and a spare change of clothes

Course Capacity

A minimum of 10 pax and a maximum of 18 pax