The Rossiter System is a series of powerful and effective techniques for addressing structural pain and restriction of movement at its source, the connective tissue system. These dynamic and innovative techniques work on the body as a whole system whilst completely protecting both the practitioner and client from any strain or injury. Ideal for all manual therapists, sports and exercise professionals. As a practitioner yourself, you will at times suffer from repetitive strain injuries to your hands, wrists, arms, neck, shoulders, lower back and hips.
Enjoy a pain free career for life with the Rossiter System for structural release and pain relief.
Levels 1-4 must be taken in order no more than 18 months of gap between levels. The 3 Masters Series can be taken in any order.
Effective 1/1/18, two case studies are required after Level 1, due no more than 90 days after the course, before an individual without prior bodywork or fitness experience can practice for Pay. Case studies will still be required by others, but they may practice for pay after the course, provided membership and liability insurance is in place. After 90 days, the student will have to review Level 1, and submit case studies after 30 days of the course, plus membership and liability insurance before they can practice Rossiter for pay.
Maintaining the following is required to practice for pay:
- Membership for Licensure
- Liability insurance.
- Remain current on continuing competencies
International laws apply!
– Submit your request to teach Rossiter System – email@example.com
– Tell us about why you want to teach, your goals and aspirations.
– Tell us how Rossiter System has made a difference in your life.
– If you are accepted into training:
– Review Level 1.
– Attend Instructor Training Course.
– Signup for Rossiter System Instructor Membership.
– Follow all guidelines in the “Rossiter Instructor Handbook”.
– With successful completion Of Instructor Training Course, you will now be Rossiter System Instructor.
– Submit plan for teaching Rossiter System workshops.