Emmett Technique Training

Emmett Technique training is a practitioner only course.

Whilst Emmett Technique can be used as a stand alone therapy, it is also offered as an adjunct to other modalities.

Emmett integrates extremely well with all therapies including massage therapy, chiropractic, osteopathic, bowen therapy, physiotherapy and reiki.

It is a requirement that all Emmett practitioners have an adequate knowledge of anatomy and physiology.

Colleen Kelly, on behalf of Ross Emmett, instructs in this technique in south east Queensland and in New South Wales.

Emmett Technique is in high demand in countries across Europe and has been taken to New Zealand, Asian countries and USA by Ross Emmett.

Continuing Education points available for BTFA, AAMT, ANTA and APMA

For further information and course dates, refer to the Emmett web site www.rossemmett.com.au or CONTACT Colleen.

Emmett Training

Students busy working wonders

Practitioner testimonials

“I have easily been able to implement certain Emmett activation points during class teaching. This has resulted in the releasing of restrictions in students’ bodies. The sense of freedom and relief on the students’ faces; together with their looks of amazement is remarkable, to say the least!”     Allison Garrison  Yoga teacher  Integrated Therapist

“The simplicity of the technique belies the extraordinary results obtainable especially for conditions that would previously take months to resolve such as hip, knee, shoulder and jaw pain and restriction.

 Clients immediately knew that there was a change occurring and could not believe it was so effective so quickly.”   Jannelle Rethus   Chiropractor

“Emmett  has been a fantastic adjunct to my Physiotherapy practice and I am finding that I am actually doing less and getting better results”   Claire Oxley  Physiotherapist

Email me for more information

A Chameleon Approach

emmett technique


Review and Module 3 September 14&15

Review and Module 4 November 16&17


EP1 August 24 & 25 2019


Review and Module 3 September 7&8

Review and Module 4 November 9&10