What is Emmett Technique?
Emmett Technique or Emmett Therapy is designed to offer fast relief from pain and discomfort. Beneficial effects are commonly noticed before the end of the first treatment.
The therapist uses a combination of gentle switches and light pressure to release specific muscle groups, enabling the client’s body to return to a balanced state.
The results can be almost instantaneous. Before leaving the clinic most clients notice dramatic changes in flexibility, balance, pain levels, ranges of movement, breathing and other functions depending upon the areas worked.
The Emmett Technique is a highly effective, standalone therapy or can be sucessfully integrated with other modalities such as Massage, Spinal Adjustments, Physiotherapy etc to enhance its performance. For this reason, it is one of the most desirable and versatile treatments available.
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History on Emmett Technique – Ross Emmett (The Man Behind The Technique)
The founder of the Emmet Technique is Ross Emmett from Australia. He started developing his technique when he was young while he was working with the Animal Research Institute in Tasmania. Later, he stared working in bodywork as a Massage and Remedial Therapist in Mt Isa and Townsville. This gave Ross more opportunity to further develop the Emmett Technique. Ross developed a very good reputation for getting fast, effective results with his clients. His busu Mount Isa practice treated on average, 100 people per week.
In 1983 Ross began teaching Massage Therapy and has since taught many other modalities including Bowen Therapy. Through the support of other practitioners, and in particular the encouragement of a Townsville Doctor, he started teaching his own technique, commonly known now as the EMMETT Technique. Ross has a unique and speical gift that allows him to see each client’s need at the point of treatment and tailored the treatment that is acceptable and effective for the client. This Chameleon approach has been the major success in Ross’s technique and produces outstanding results.
Ross now travels throughout Australia and worldwide conducting workshops and lectures on his own unique insight – Emmett Technique. Today, Emmett practioners are from a broad background – medical professions to remedial therapist. These practitioners are trained to be highly adaptable to the needs of their clients. Emmett practitioners uses neuromuscular release and verbal enhancement skills to accurately assess and treat the patients’ needs.
The integration of Emmett Technique and Bowen Therapy came about in 1988 after Ross attended a Bowen Course in Brisbane. Bowen Therapy is known to as a natural therapy that give fantastic results. After mastering Bowen Therapy, the close comparision between Ross and Tom Bowen has been noted and Ross was approached by many Bowen instructors and therapist to put together courses on the combination and value of both therapies. The 2 thereapies together are even more powerful and works faster to ease pain with improve results This combination of the therapies is adapted to the clients needs and is result driven and is not procedure based. Currently Ross is sharing this experience after 17 years of proven clinical practice and cient referrals from Doctors, Physiotherapist , Masage Therapist and Bowen Therapists.
Key Features of Emmett Technique Treatments:
How Emmett Technique works:
The EMMETT Technique is an understanding of the body’s response to light touch. It has been suggested that the body reacts in a similar way to the workings of a touch-screen. Small sensors allow access to the brain via the therapists’ touch. As well as the ability to directly influence muscle action, these points may have a memory and emotional attachment.
What are the conditions that Emmett Technique can help?
The Emmett Technique addresses pain and restriction anywhere in the body. It is non-invasive but extremely powerful. On top of it, results are usually seen immediately.
Who Can Benefit from Emmett?
Everyone can benefit from Emmett Technique. Emmett is safe to use on anyone, from the newborn, pregnant women to the elderly and infirm (with medical supervision where appropriate). This gentle technique frequently gives substantial relief after the first session.
Some of the symtoms which can be relived are: