EMMETT Technique Practitioner Training

EMMETT Technique Practitioner Training
EMMETT Technique Practitioner training is designed for qualified medical professionals and complementary therapists interested in extending their skills. All practitioners are encouraged to enhance their existing practice by integrating the EMMETT Technique with their prior training. 

EMMETT Technique Practitioner Course Structure
The course is divided into two-day learning blocks, called Modules, with 6 Modules in total. Material covered in the previous Module is reviewed before new work is covered. This ensures that all participants are up to date and ready to learn new material. Modules 1 & 2 are one day each in duration and always taught as a two-day block. The total course therefore consists of 11 days.

Module 1 & 2 – first day Module 1, second day Module 2

Module 3 – first day review of Modules 1 & 2, second day new Module 3 work

Module 4 – first day review of Module 3, second day new Module 4 work

Module 5 – first day review of Modules 4, second day new Module 5 work

Module 6 – first day review of Module 5, second day new Module 6 work

Module 6 Review – one day

Modules are generally offered around 8 weeks apart to allow participants to gain real experience with the technique. Therefore, it is usually possible to complete the full course within 12 -18 months. 

The main complementary therapy insurance companies will cover EMMETT Technique practitioners and students within their existing insurance policies. Please refer to your insurance company for confirmation.

Course Syllabus

EMMETT Technique Practitioner Course Outline
Module 1
Overview and Aim of Workshop
About Ross Emmett
EMMETT Principles
The Chameleon Club – the 7 As (subconscious triggers for healing)
QL / 12th rib (body rotation)
Piriformis / TFL (piriformis and gluts)
Iliacus / Oblique (pelvic and hip)
Psoas / 12th rib (psoas & hamstrings)
Psoas Knee Up (psoas & lower back)
Gastrocs (calf problems & balance) 
Module 2
Review of Module 1
Trapezius (shoulders & neck)
Levator Scapulae 45 (shoulders & neck)
Rhomboid 45 (neck)
Rhomboid 90 (shoulders)
Rhomboid 30 (arm and fingers)
SCM (neck)
AC / Biceps (shoulders)
Module 3
Review of Modules 1 & 2
Inguinal Psoas (psoas & lower back)
Teres Minor (shoulder)
Sacrum (sacrum)
Forearm (grip, elbow and shoulder)
Knee
ITB Release (leg, hip and knee)
ITB / Sartorius (knee)
Foot Balance (balance)
Diaphragm
Rescue (whole body balance)
Module 4
Review of Module 3
Abdominal Release
Pec Minor Release (shoulder)
Scapula Border (rhomboids)
Scapular Mid and Lower (scapulae)
Latisimus Dorsi (back and shoulder)
Biceps – 2 Heads (biceps and shoulder)
Triceps (triceps)
Hamstrings (hamstrings & lower back)
Lower Leg Release (soleus & achiles tendon)
Knee Pain Release (knee)
Module 5
Review of Module 4
Jaw (jaw, eyes, ears)
Chest 45 (rotator cuff / shoulder)
Scalenus / Pec Minor (shoulder & neck)
Sinus / Chest Procedure (sinus congestion)
Knee
Ankle Release (ankle & foot)
Quads (quads & knee)
Sacral / TFL (gluts)
Piriformis 

Module 6
Review of Module 5
Rhom 45 / Inguinal Psoas (abdominal fascia)
Bladder
Adductor
Foot Pain (foot & ankle)
Neck (eyes, tmj, neck, shoulders & arms)
Bicep Belly (bicep cramp)
Sacral Notch (deep-seated pain around pelvis)
Lymphatics (lymphatic drainage procedure)

Review of Module 6

Review of Module 6 as the final stage to becoming a Full Practitioner

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