EMM-Tech Courses

Colleen conducts EMM-Tech courses around Brisbane, south east Queensland and Sydney- please refer to the Emmett web site or CONTACT Colleen for details.

What is EMM-Tech?

EMM-Tech is an easy to learn quick muscle release technique, developed by Ross Emmett as a first aid ‘tool box’ which everyone, practitioner or non-practitioner can use.

EMM-Tech is designed to assist people who are involved in personal training, coaching, aged care and general care. The moves can be used to relieve muscle pain and discomfort, increase flexibility and reset balance. Immediate results often occur. This technique can be performed on oneself or others.

It is appropriate for use on all age groups from infants to the elderly.

EMM-Tech is used by Doctors, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Occupational Therapists, and Massage Therapists.

However, it is user friendly for all people; medical training is not a pre-requisite.

EMM-Tech gives back to the general population the ability to help those around them achieve greater comfort and independence.

Areas of release

Emm-Tech

Can I relieve your back pain?

 

  • Calf
  • Iliotibial Band
  • Ankle/Balance
  • Foot Flexion
  • Latissimus Dorsi
  • Biceps
  • Forearm/Grip Strength
  • Shoulder/Ac
  • Respiratory/Breathing/Lung Capacity
  • Neck – range of Movement
  • Hamstrings
  • Pectoralis Minor

 

The eight hour course teaches you how to:

  • Identify affected muscles that cause pain and discomfort
  • Release or activate affected muscles
  • Test for and improve balance and stability
  • Test for range of movement

A training manual is provided and participants are given a DVD covering the muscle release techniques taught in the course.

Continuing Education Points available for BTFA, ANTA and APMA

What do EMM-Tech students have to say?

EMMETT is the technique I use before, during and post runs to keep my legs & feet performing optimally Mel J, NSW


I love the way that Colleen delivers the course. Her down-to-earth nature and sense of humour are assets to the learning environment.  Annette Ball


 

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