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Equine Bowen Therapy

For course information:

Equine Muscle Release Therapy (EMRT)

Equine Muscle Release Therapy (EMRT) was devised by Alison Goward Principal of the Equus College of Learning & Research (ECL&R), developer of EMRT and CCmrt, Dip.SM.RM., Senior Lecturer QSMI QINS BTAA in 1990 in line with the Principals of Bowtech.

EMRT has been derived from The original Bowen Technique and is the only Bowen on horses recognised and endorsed by the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia (BTAA). Alison developed EMRT from an understanding that horses, like people are subjected to stress and strain from performing athletic tasks asked of them by their owners. If these stresses and strains continue without relief, then imbalance/breakdown will occur somewhere in the body.

An EMRT session consists of gentle, rolling, sequential moves made with the practitioner’s fingers, thumbs and hands over specific points of the muscle fascia. There are important waits after each set moves which allow the horses body time to relax and change.

EMRT is non-invasive and non-manipulative and addresses every system in the horse’s body, helping bring about a state of balance, thereby allowing the body to reprogram areas in trauma to their natural state of being.

All horses, no matter what breed, how big or small, benefit from EMRT. EMRT has been used successfully to treat arthritis in retired horses and ponies, systemic imbalances such as laminitis in Shetlands and bigger breeds, and helped enhance performance in top sport horses, race horses and endurance horses.
EMRT works in conjunction with your vet and does not replace veterinary treatment.

EMRT has been known to help:
- unexplained deterioration in performance
- unexplained resistance
- irritability
- uneven muscle development and/or muscle wastage
- uneven shoe wear and/or dragging of hind feet
- stiffness on one rein
- intermittent and/or unresolved lameness
- disunited paces
- sore or cold back
- filled legs
- lymphatic or lactic acid imbalance

EMRT can also be used in the prevention of problems or just as a treat for your horse.
To find a practitioner in your area click on the www.emrt.net.au link

Cat & Canine Muscle Release Therapy (CCmrt)

Alison Goward developed and based Cat & Canine Muscle Release Therapy (CCmrt) purely on the work of Equine Muscle Release Therapy (EMRT).
Usually in every stable you will find a dog and/or a cat. Due to extensive and successful field trails carried out over 7 years by Alison and EMRT practitioners on dogs and cats and due to the increasing number of enquiries made to the Equus College of Learning & Research for dogs and cats CCmrt was born and started being taught in 2001.

Like EMRT it is taught and practised in accordance with principals as set out by the BTAA and is the only dog and cat Bowen recognised and endorsed by the BTAA.
CCmrt is similar to EMRT in the fact that it is non-invasive and non-manipulative and addresses every system in the dog/cat’s body, helping bring about a state of balance, thereby allowing the body to reprogram areas in trauma to their natural state of being.

The CCmrt session consists of gentle, rolling, sequential moves made with the practitioner’s fingers, thumbs and hands over specific points of the muscle fascia. There are important waits after each set moves which allow the horses body time to relax and change.
All cats and dogs, no matter what breed, size or discipline benefit from CCmrt. CCmrt has been successfully used to treat elderly arthritic dogs and cats, dog and cats with systemic and breed specific imbalances, top showing dogs and cats to dogs working with the police and those involved in obedience and agility.

CCmrt works in conjunction with your vet and does not replace veterinary treatment.

CCmrt has been known to help:
- unexplained deterioration or resistance in performance during agility or showing
- irritability, laziness, lethargy, dull coat
- uneven muscle development and/or muscle wastage
- uneven hips or stifles
- raised back
- intermittent or unresolved lameness
- disunited paces – stiffness, no strength in movement
- sensitivity to touch i.e. dipping back or shivering when touched
- filled legs or lactic acid imbalance
CCmrt can also be used in the prevention of problems or just as a treat for your dog or cat.

To find a practitioner in your area click on the www.emrt.net.au link

CANADIAN COURSE

For all EMRT & CCmrt enquiries, or If you would like more information on the above courses or to book onto the course of your preference please contact:ECL&R

HEAD OFFICE
Administration R&D
P. O. Box 4133, Tinana, Qld, 4650, Australia P. O. Box 47, Tiaro, Qld, Australia, 4650
Ph: +61 (7) 4123 0556 Ph: +61 (7) 4193 9826
e-mail: ccmrtina@bigpond.net.au e-mail: emrt.ali@ozemail.com.au

ECL&R INSTRUCTORS
Tina Spurling – ccmrtina@bigpond.net.au
Ph: +61 (7) 4123 0556, Mobile: +61 418 726 778
Sahajo Southey – sahajo@hotmail.co.ukCOUNTRY COURSE ORGANISERS


EMRT
Elizabeth SleightElizabeth@touchchanges.com
Ph: 905-377-1766

CCmrt
Debi Famelos - animalvitalityplus@live.ca
Ph: 905-937-9731

 



We invite you to have a look at the Equus College of Learning & Research’s (ECL&R) web site
www.emrt.net.au

 

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