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Gayle Jewson

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Emmett therapy for horses and humans - Melbourne, Victoria and New Zealand.

Gayle Jewson

Focus areas

Back pain Ankle pain Neck pain Core strength Flexibility Movement

Welcome to Gayle Jewson

Gayle Jewson is an Emmett therapist who treats horses and people.

The Emmett technique is a gentle, non-invasive and profoundly effective therapy technique that helps to alleviate pain, release tight muscles and other restrictions, increase range of movement, improve balance and core strength, improve performance and recovery time.

Equally effective for people as for horses, it's a unique form of body work that can be used to solve physical problems as well as enhance performance.

Gayle works out of Yarra Glen and Rosanna near Melbourne, as well as travelling throughout Victoria and to New Zealand.

About Gayle

Gayle is an Emmett practitioner for people and horses and has been working with Emmett since 2004.

She's also a tutor for Emmett for horses and runs courses in Victoria, Northern Territory and New Zealand, instructing students up to practitioner level.

Having previously built up a loyal clientele in and around Melbourne's Yarra Glen, Victoria she has now expanded her equine practice to include therapy runs within a 300km radius of Melbourne.

Towing her gooseneck trailer, she brings this gentle and effective muscle release therapy to horses and riders.

About Emmett therapy

Emmett therapy uses the application of light pressure on specific points to achieve release in surrounding muscle tissue. It can release restrictions and improve circulation and lymphatic flow to enhance overall wellbeing.

It's a gentle and non-invasive approach that can achieve profound changes in gait, stance and range of movement. It's equally effective at addressing pain and discomfort as it is enhancing performance.

The technique was developed by Australian Ross Emmett, who continues to refine and teach it today.

Gayle has trained extensively with Ross, allowing her to offer the highest standard of equine muscle therapy.

Emmett for horses

What can Emmett do for horses?


  • pain, tension and discomfort

  • restriction in movement

  • unbalanced or high head carriage

  • saddle soreness or girthing issues

  • poor performance/behaviour changes

Performance enhancement

  • improved length of stride

  • increased flexibility

  • increased strength

  • reduced recovery times


  • keeping muscles flexible and pliable

  • competition preparation and recovery

Emmett for people

What can Emmett do for people?

Common problems

  • back and neck pain

  • knee and ankle pain

  • restriction in movement eg inability to turn head or lift arm

  • poor balance

  • lack of flexiblity

  • fluid retention

  • headaches or dizziness

Treatment options

Gayle currently treats people where ever they are or at her practice in Rosanna or as part of a horse and rider package.

Contact Gayle today for more information.

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