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INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL COLON HYDROTHERAPY

LEADING THE WAY IN THE TRAINING AND PRACTICE OF COLON HYDROTHERAPY

  • History and philosophy of colonic irrigation
  • Basic principles of hydrotherapy
  • The naturopathic principles
  • Various cleanses, fasts and detoxification
  • Contra-indication for colonic irrigation
  • Clinical nutrition in relation to Constipation, bloating, toxicity, etc
  • Client handling and improving communication for better compliance
  • Colonic practice: implant, abdominal massage, reflexes, Acupuncture points, etc
  • Additional techniques to improve releases
  • Stools interpretation
  • Sterilisation and hygiene using disposable speculum and tubing
  • Anatomy and physiology of the colon and gastro-intestinal tract
  • Digestion, absorption, enzymes and PH
  • Effect on gut of the autonomic nervous system and endocrine system
  • Common drugs used in bowel management
  • Pathology: diseases of the colon (Crohn's, Colitis, etc.), parasites, etc
  • Principles of iridology
  • Tongue and face diagnosis
  • Room lay out, equipment and regulations
  • Ethic and requirements
  • Support and guide-lines on obtaining Insurance
  • Record keeping
  • Accounting

The courses are held in London at The Whole Health Centre in Belsize Park, North-west London. It is very accessible and well-appointed with hotels, cafes and restaurants. A list of affordable near-by accommodations can be provided on demand. It is also possible to hold the courses at your own venue or clinic as long as there is a fully plumbed colonic treatment room and a minimum of 2 students. Room set-up can be organised ahead of time with distant support.

There is no restriction on traveling distance but if you live abroad it may be necessary to modify the course structure in order to make it fit inside a 10 day period.

Please contact me to discuss means and timing.

Substantial discounts are available for groups of 3 or more students. Courses are taught in English but can also be taught through a translator.

The exam is held by an independent assessor who is accredited by The Institute of Professional Colon Hydrotherapy. It is booked and paid for separately from the course. Examination consists of a three hours written theory paper, followed by a practical case study assessment.

A diploma is awarded on successful completion of the examination.

Training in professional colonic hydrotherapy represents an investment £1,800. This is inclusive of part I and part II of the course, copious course notes, course manual, on line support and mentoring during the first year of practice and correspondence feedback on homework.

A deposit is required prior to the start of the course to secure a space. The remaining course fee is due on the first day of the course.

The course is on the UK Register of Learning Providers for the benefit of students who may be elligeable for financial support. 

Please note that upon successful application to the course a recommended book list will be sent, some of which will be compulsory reading, and should be studied prior to the onset of the course. These are not included in the course fees. The independent diploma examination is additional to the course and is booked and paid separately.

Exam fee is £300.

 

FEBRUARY-MARCH 2018

Part I Module 1

From Friday

To Sunday

 

02/02/2018

05/02/2018

Part I Module 2

From Friday

To Sunday

 

16/03/2018

19/03/2018

JUNE-JULY 2018

Part I Module 1

From Friday

To Monday

 

01/06/2018

04/06/2018

Part I Module 2

From Friday

To Monday

 

13/07/2018

16/07/2018

Colonic hydrotherapy is essentially an adjunct to natural healthcare. The course is therefore a post graduate course suitable to:
a) Those already trained in conventional medicine (e.g. doctors, nurses, etc.)
b) Those who are graduates of a recognised body based complementary healthcare / beauty therapy course which must include in depth anatomy and physiology.
Copies of certified evidence must be submitted prior to being accepted on the course.
Applicants must have practice and client or patient handling experience, as well as, be familiar with colonic hydrotherapy themselves.

Booking procedures

For a booking to be valid it will first have to be agreed by the organiser at least 10 days prior to the beginning of the course. Spaces are attributed on a first come first served basis and the course organiser reserves the right to assess of the suitability of an individual to participate. Booking refusal is without recourse.

A booking becomes valid on reception of a completed application form and a deposit of at least 30% of the total value of the package.

A booking confirmation will be sent via email when a booking forms and deposit are received. A reading list and set up information will be sent out after this.

Course

Course content and timetable may have to be modified due to unforeseen circumstances. If this is the case an equivalent alternative will be offered. If this is not possible a refund will be given

An invoice or a confirmation of attendance can be obtain after completion on request.

Cancellation and substitutions

If a participant chooses to cancel the deposit is non-refundable. In case of no-show or leaving before the end of the training the total price is owed. It is the responsibility of the participant if he or she wishes to get insurance against such an eventuality.

Within a period of no less than 21 days, deposits can be transferred to another date, depending on availabilities.

Alternatively, a notice of at least 10 days is required for a substitute to take a space at no additional cost. Suitability of the individual replacement will have to be established first.

If a course must be cancelled, all participants will be informed as soon as possible. It is the responsibility of the participant to ask for either a transfer or a refund of any deposit already paid. There will be no compensation for any additional cost already incurred.

More generally the organiser is in no way responsible for any prejudices directly or indirectly related to the above conditions or the behaviour of other participants

Insurance

Training is insured by Balens Limited, Bridge House, Portland Road, Malvern, Worcs., WR14 2TA, UK, who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. While they are in training students are covered by the school's policy but are requested to arrange their own insurance with Balens insurance as soon as they complet part I of the training.

Privacy and copy rights

All available written information related to the course and treatments are the sole property of the author and cannot be reproduced, handed over or published without her express written agreement.

All personal data and information will remain confidential. Written medical history etc. will be destroyed after 5 years.