At Gemstone Natural Therapies we provide the Emmett Technique and Remedial Massage.
Our mission is to give our clients strength and empowerment by releasing muscle tension to create freedom and better movement.
We believe that it is essential to look after ourselves and enhance our health through regular treatments, giving empowerment by decreasing muscle pain, increasing movement and making life ‘more comfortable’.
At Gemstone, we find it very rewarding to see people being able to move better, stand straighter and have an increased sense of relaxation and decreased pain.
We pride ourselves on caring for our clients, and with our ongoing care I believe we can make a person's life more comfortable.
We'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for your ongoing support, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Gemma, Ellen and Dani
Covid-19 Note: Gemstone is a Covid-safe practice. We are working within the safety and health guidelines provided by the Government.
Social distancing, hand sanitising, extra hygiene practices and waiting room restrictions will be practiced at our clinic.
Please do not attend your appointment if you are showing any symptoms, we are very happy to reschedule your appointment in the event you are unwell.
What is the EMMETT Technique?
The EMMETT Technique is a gentle, safe and simple to apply muscle release therapy.
This internationally recognised technique developed by Ross Emmett and taught in over 40 countries worldwide is equally effective on both people and animals.
Emmett Therapy acts as a first aid to release muscle related issues using the application of light touch on specific parts of the body.
The EMMETT Technique is a highly effective, light touch therapy . This can be used as a standalone, or can be successfully integrated with other modalities such as Massage, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy etc. People with no prior bodywork experience are also welcome at our courses.
The EMMETT Technique may assist with:
The EMMETT Technique is an understanding of the body’s response to light touch. It has been suggested that the body reacts in a similar way to the workings of a touch-screen. Small sensors allow access to the brain via the therapists’ touch. As well as the ability to directly influence muscle action, these points may have a memory and emotional attachment.