Additional EMMETT Technique training is offered to those who have achieved EMMETT Practitioner status. These “advanced” workshops really take the EMMETT Technique to a whole new level. The releases taught are the developments Ross has made since first putting together the Modular course.
There are 6 levels of EMMETT Professional (EP) training: EP1 – EP6. Each level is taught over 2 days and cost £300 / €340 and £150 / €170 for repeaters. EP’s are generally scheduled with an interval of 2 – 4 months. At EP6 a written and practical assessment is offered and a Certificate of Proficiency awarded when a pass is achieved. This qualifies the participant as an Advanced EMMETT Technique Practitioner. Assessment is optional. A Certificate of Attendance is provided where the participant is not assessed. EP workshops are attended in numerical order.
EP1 introduces (Approved version 2014):
- The Spinal Balance – to integrate the spine for clear communication and stability. Where there is a lack of focus and clarity.
- Oesophagus Release Sequence for abdominal pain after eating. Also assists pain under the sternum, reflux, and breathing restrictions.
- Atlas-Axis / Third eye integration.
- A move to release deep seated hamstring pain and sciatic pain into the leg.
- Bowel and kidney moves to add to the Lymphatic drainage sequence.
- A move for deep deltoid pain.
- Further combinations and cross body moves using Command keys for unwinding and addressing pain and trauma.
- Further jaw work.
Here are some anonymous comments we have received via Survey Monkey:
“Such an enjoyable 2 days. The course content was a complete game changer for me as a therapist looking for a strategic approach to applying the emmett moves. The principles learned on this course are amazing. Thank you both and of course Ross!!”
“Brilliant day. Loved the sequences Ross has put together for treaments. Loved being back immersed in Emmett.”
“Throughout the two days the information given was extremely clear, there was plenty of time for discussion/ practice, and there was total focus on the work (nothing irrelevant or off subject). I felt at ease with the instructors and fellow class mates. The room and facilities were of very good standard. And more importantly, the training manual is fantastic. Very Very Pleased! Money and time well spent. Delighted with everything. Thank you.”
EP2 introduces (Approved version 2014):
- Piriformis / QL combination for lower back cramp and deep seated hip joint pain.
- Neck / vertebra release for deep neck pain which has not responded to other releases.
- Back cross over sequence for uneven shoulder height and twisted hips. Very helpful with scoliosis.
- Further use of the chest – jaw points to improve hearing loss.
- Gracilis move for deep inner thigh pain.
- Achilles – heel pain sequences.
- Further use of the popliteal and knee reflex points with ankle points to free up ankle joint restrictions.
- Crossovers for acute and unresponsive knee pain.
- Hearing – for improvement.
Here are some anonymous comments received via Survey Monkey:
“The pace was just right not hurried and not too slow to loose concentration or focus. The order information became clear at the end, with the concept of emmett and how to put it all together, which was explained in ep1 but the penny dropped in ep2. I always enjoy the emmett courses as everyone is equal regardless of your background and there are no favourites. Well done to the trainers for an excellent course.”
“Love, love! Loved it. It’s always a jaw dropping experience. How these small but powerful moves make so much difference. The workshop is taught at just the right pace. Enough time to watch and take on board the new work, then plenty of time to practice. The sequences are invaluable. Something to take right into Clinic, but with the knowledge that you can tweak to suit each client’s needs. It is so good to meet other therapists, learn of their experiences and how they use the Emmett Technique in their work. It’s a fun, practical and a highly informative couple of days. Just wish EP3 was next month! Can’t wait.”
“Could not fault anything – was the best yet – and I have thoroughly enjoyed all previous Emmett courses. The trainers must be congratulated on such a fantastic job – the dissemination of sometimes much complicated information in such concise, easy to understand way, with demonstrations too was just great – and has allowed me the confidence to come away keen and eager to use all of these wonderful new moves. It’s almost tempting enough to wish clients present with these problems?!? Thank you both so much.
“Thank you for an awesome EP2 you two trainers are amazing to be able to consolidate, condense & distill all you have learnt into a form that us mere mortals can understand. This course has again taken our abilities in sharing the possibilities of Emmett Technique to yet another level, which is humbling. Thank you.”
EP3 introduces (Approved version 2014):
- PSIS Pain – for deep seated pain in the sacral joint.
- Omohyoid / 45 – for deep pain in the lower neck and upper shoulder that other moves are not releasing.
- Levator Scap X Piriformis – for tightness and cramp and twist in hips. Very helpful with scoliosis.
- Sight – Chest / Neck – to improve vision loss and blurry vision.
- Adductor Magnus / Upper Sacral Notch – move for dragging / dropping inner pelvic and lower abdominal pain.
- Sternum / Thoracic – for discomfort deep in the chest and feelings of emptiness.
- Spinal Tap with Conception Balance – to create whole body relaxation.
- Lats / Traps – for mid-back restriction and cramp.
- Wrist Pain – for pain on flexion and extension of the wrist, restriction extending the fingers.
- Ankle Pain – for deep pain in the ankle joint, for sharp pain in the lower leg on walking.
- Combination Suggestions – suggested useful possible sequences.
EP4 introduces (Approved version 2014):
- Lower Back Compression – for pain in the lower back on the action of rising or sitting.
- Oblique Attachment & 12th Rib – for side cramping, assists pelvic floor weakness.
- SCM Crossover – for neck restriction with pain at the upper attachment of the SCM.
- Frontal Headache – for headaches at the base of the occiput radiating to above the eye.
- Jaw Release Combinations – for jaw restriction, jaw tension, facial tension, temporal headaches, head congestion.
- Elbow Pain – pain in the elbow when extending and flexing the arm and when reaching out to pick something up.
- Arm Pain – for isolated pain in the biceps, forearm or wrist, or pain radiating all the way down the arm from shoulder to wrist.
- Toe Flexibilty – for lack of flexibility and agility in toe movement, inability to grip with the toes.
- Ankle Flexibilty – for lack of mobility and flexiblity around the ankle joint.
- Shin Pain – for shin pain, extreme sensitivity at the Sartorius Point.
EP5 introduces (Approved version 2016):
- SI Joint Releases – for deep pain radiating from the SI joint into the hip or upper thigh.
- Upper Thigh Release – for deep pain the thigh.
- Gracilis – for ridigity in the gracilis and restriction behind the knee.
- Patella Crossover – to clear restrictions from around the patella.
- Upper Soleus Release – for deep cramp in the soleus and upper calf tension.
- Foot Instep Pain – pain in the instep which orginiates from the lower back.
- Broad Back Release – to release the upper back and shoulders, including latissimus dorsi and trapezius.
- Teres Minor Overstrain – for pain in both the pecs and teres minor when moving the shoulder forward.
- Upper Scapula Pain – for persistent deep pain above the spine of the scapula.
- Subscapularis Release – for pain deep underneath the armpit.
EP6 introduces (Approved version 2016):
- Bent Arm Raise – for difficulty raising a bent arm for eating, etc.
- Additional Omohyoid Release – for pain / tension deep to upper traps along superior border of scapula.
- Deep Pain around the ASIS – for deep pain around ASIS and difficulty lifting knee when standing.
- Anterior Tibialis Pain
- Instep Pain Combinations – for pain in the instep orginating from the lower back.
- Abdominal Cramp – for cramping in abdominal area, and below the rib cage and into the ribs.
- The Handshake – for additional information of problematic areas.
- Summaries of Omohyoid, Jaw, ASIS, Gracilis, Pec Minor and Back Crossover moves.