Aaron Brooks

Aaron is owner of Perfect Postures in both the San Diego and Boston area since 2005. Prior to that he was president and co owner of Function First in San Diego from 1995-2005. Aaron is a biomechanist/kinesiologist who has been successfully helping people with pain and movement restrictions for over 26 years. He has traveled extensively, consulting with other health care professionals while setting up mobile clinics to help clients with pain and limitations. His clients range from children to adults as well as many high school, collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes.

Most recently Aaron has:

  • Spoken at the 3-day Perform Better lecture series in Providence, RI and Long Beach, CA, Jazzercise corporate headquarters, Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts (ATOM) workshop, Mike Boyle’s Facility, Equinox Health Clubs and The Newton Wellesley Hospital for their physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners
  • Guest speaker at Lasell College, Tufts University, Endicott College and at the Blue Cross’s Fellowship Program for Health Journalists at Babson College
  • Writer for Mike Boyle’s Strengthcoach.com and a contributor to MSNs fitbie, livestrong.com, SparkPeople and Shape.
  • Advisor to Lasell College’s Department of Exercise Science and Athletic Training
  • Approved CEU provider for (NSCA) National Strength and Conditioning Association and (ACE) American Council on Exercise

Aaron can be contacted at: aaron@perfectpostures.com, or if you would like to call him please call 978-463-5800

Chris Householder

Chris is the head Corrective Exercise Practitioner at Perfect Postures, having worked for the company for the past 6 years. He completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Understanding how posture impacts movements and how misalignments impact chronic pain are what motivated him to join the field. Chris has completed all 5 levels of the Perfect Postures certification program, having obtained full knowledge of how proper exercise sequences are required to successfully address the specific needs of his clients. In previous years, he has coached baseball players and junior-varsity level basketball players.  He enjoys being out on the golf course and rooting for the local sports teams.

Chris can be contacted at: chris@perfectpostures.com, or if you would like to call him please call 617-244-6900

Stacy Tomlinson

Stacy is the Head Strength Trainer at Perfect Postures and also the assistant to the corrective exercise practitioners. Stacy graduated from Endicott College in 2016 with a B.S. in Exercise Science and played two years of Divison 3 college soccer. She completed three internships at during her time at Endicott, ranging from a personal training clinic targeted to high school athletes, a physical therapy clinic targeted to active adults, and at Northeastern University in their strength and conditioning facility. There she became aware of the importance of muscular balance in the functioning body in order to maintain joint alignment and strong integrity. Stacy came to Perfect Postures knowing that muscular balance and joint alignment were key to a pain free body, but she wanted to learn more about the science. Stacy decided to go back to school, she is now studying for her masters in kinesiology at AT Still University with a concentration in corrective exercise and orthopedic rehabilitation. Stacy is an ACSM- Certified Personal Trainer and is certified by the American Red Cross in CPR, First Aid, and AED. Stacy enjoys being outside, playing soccer and ice hockey, riding her bike, and doing crafts.

Stacy can be contacted at: stacy@perfectpostures.com, or if you would like to call her please call 617-244-6900




Matt Ferrara

Matt started training the summer he graduated from high school, with the sole intention of gaining muscle like most guys his age. Ever since he's been hooked, and has spent the past 6 years learning everything he can related to human performance through both research and real world experience.

His passion for training brought on a passion for sharing this knowledge and experience. He started training a friend in his basement soon after graduating from high school. He had scoliosis, so the standard rules of lifting didn’t apply to him. They had to get creative in both getting him stronger, as well as improving his posture and keeping him safe. He focused his learning on improving movement quality and injury prevention, while obtaining his associates in environmental science.

From there he attended Bridgewater State University and pursued his passion for human performance by obtaining his bachelors degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Exercise Science. It was during this time that his eyes were opened to many new philosophies and ideas. He found his true passion in the sport of weightlifting and began training competitively with a local team. The coaches of that team soon became his good friends, and over the following months he helped them launch a start up company that provided online training, nutrition coaching, and programs improving movement quality. During his time at Bridgewater State, he also interned for Bryant University Strength and Conditioning. After graduating from Bridgewater, he began to work as a personal trainer in a commercial gym before finding Perfect Postures.

Matt can be contacted at: matt@perfectpostures.com, or if you would like to call him please call: 617-244-6900