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Emma Criniti

Instructor Profile

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Based in Australia

"MSTR® is like the icing on the cake to complement my other therapies. The difference this has made to getting better outcomes and long lasting changes has been amazing.'" Emma Criniti

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Hello,

 

My name is Emma Criniti and I have been horse mad all my life. From jumping on my aunt's pony at age 4, I was totally hooked, I'm now in my early 50's and still feel just as addicted, I currently have two horses, Leo and Mercury.

 

I enjoy classical dressage and doing inhand work and am a professional equine bodyworker, running my own practice since 2017. I am from Western Australia originally but have spent the last 5 years living and running my business in beautiful Tasmania and have just recently returned to Perth again in WA.

 

As an equine bodworker, I am always striving to learn more and find various modalities to help improve my work and outcomes for clients. I have always been fascinated by fascia and the important role it plays in our bodies, it has been rather underestimated for a long time and recent research is showing just how much of an influence it has in our range of motion and connective trains or lines throughout the body.

 

When I heard about MSTR® from a colleague, I straight away knew I had to learn this technique and I am so glad that I have. This technique is like the icing on the cake to complement my other therapies. The difference this has made to getting better outcomes and long lasting changes has been amazing. To see scars physically change in front of your eyes and see range of motion and comfort levels improve in clients both human and horses is so very rewarding.

 

I find particularly when working on scars on the horses, that they just love it and show lots of signs of relaxation like licking and chewing, yawning and often become in a trance like state. This work helps to improve performance and owners often notice a positive change in the horse’s demeanour afterwards also.

 

Being able to share this work with other therapists is something I am really looking forward to as I know they will achieve great results also in their practice by adding this technique and it is a big missing piece of the puzzle to be able to truly treat the horse holistically. 

 

I highly recommend adding this technique to your practice, it is simple and easy to learn and do but the results will often amaze you. 

 

Looking forward to helping you incorporate MSTR® into your treatment plans and getting improved results for your clients.

Best wishes

Emma

Qualifications

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  • Equine Sports Massage Therapist

  • Emmett 4 Horses Practitioner 

  • Red light and Laser Therapy

  • MSTR® Practitioner Human and Equine

  • Reiki ll Practitioner 

  • Cert lll Sports Coach Equestrian specialising in dressage 

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