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Posted by Lavina Carrasco, Nov 1 2014 8:25AM

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South West London Meeting 2nd December 2014

DATE: Tuesday, 2nd December
TIME: 6:00 to 8:00 pm
VENUE: Battersea Library,
265 Lavender Hill
London SW11 1JB

Nearest rail station: Clapham Junction Rail and Overground Station - easy links to Vauxhall, Victoria or Waterloo
(Exit the station from the Commercial Center Exit and turn left. The Library is about 5 mins walk up the street, across the Road from the ASDA superstore.)
Buses: 345, 319, 295, 77, 49, 35, C3
(please note this is not a comprehensive list. Please check for the public transport route that best suites you at
Free parking on side roads after 6:30.

TOPIC: EMMET Technique
SPEAKER: Bruno C. de Jongh

EMETT Technique was developed by Ross Emmett. It is a unique form of body therapy. One of the benefits of the EMMETT Technique is that it provides therapists with complete freedom to integrate the technique with what they know or, under certain circumstances, to use it exclusively.

There are no prescribed procedures and only a few set sequences; therapists are encouraged to respond to the client moment by moment. The EMMETT Technique uses quick assessments, specific language and other anchors to encourage positive change.

Schedule for the evening:
6:00-6:30 Coffee/Networking/Treatment swap
6:30-6:40 Introduction and announcements
6:40-7:40 Main Speaker
7:40-8:00 Q&A

We hope you will be able to join us. Please invite family and friends if you feel they would be interested or would benefit from the evening.
PLEASE NOTE: There is a small contribution of £4 for members and £6 for non-members to cover the costs of room hire and refreshments)

RSVP by text, e-mail, or posting on this forum

With warmest regards,

Lavina Carrasco
Mob: 07828596662
CThA Co-ordinator for South West London Group
Lavina Carrasco
Nov 5 2014 12:58PM
Apologies for the error entry fee is actually £5.

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