Would you like to learn a simple method to help keep your Dog feeling comfortable and at ease? If so this course is for you! The introductory Dog Short Course was created by Ross Emmett so that everyone would have the opportunity to use some of his work to help their dog and, friends and family. The course contains 6 moves which have been specially selected from the Dog EMMETT Technique Practitioner Course.
The course is conducted over 6 hours. No prior experience is necessary to attend a course. It can be taken by anyone over 16 years old.
The cost per person is £100
Is this the course for me?
This introductory course is designed for the general public who are interested in learning some easy self-help relaxation techniques that can be applied to their dog, family and friends. Everyone over 16 is welcome. No prior knowledge is expected. Curious therapists and canine specialists are also joining this course to experience EMMETT before enrolling on the Practitioner Course. Classes are limited to 10 people maximum so you benefit from individual support and supervision.
Is there an assessment?
No! Just relax and have fun! This is not a professional qualification.
Will this course contribute to my CPD?
Well that depends. If you are a practising therapist in another discipline, it is unlikely this Short Course will count towards your CPD – check with your association.
If you are an EMMETT Practitioner, then attending this Short Course does qualify for CPD.
I am already a practicing therapist, can I use what I learn with my clients?
You are welcome to use what you learn at the EMMETT Dog Introductory Short Course with your clients as a complement to your usual therapies and techniques. However as you are not qualified as an EMMETT Dog Practitioner, it is against ASA guidelines to promote and market yourself as an EMMETT Practitioner.
- Overview and Aim of Workshop
- About Ross Emmett
- EMMETT Principles
- SCM – relax the neck (Human Correction
- Neck Release
- Wither Release
- Forearm – relax the arm and hands
- Back Release