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Everything you need to qualify as a colon hydrotherapist
Anatomy & Physiology module 707
Practitioner training modules FOU-1, FOU-2 and FOU-3
Practitioner foundation course - Anatomy and Physiology
To complete the anatomy and physiology pre-study course which consists of 12 modules, you will need between 2 and 5 hours per module; so allocate 50 hours of study on the average, or five hours per week for 10 weeks.
Colon Hydrotherapy Machine Familiarisation Course
As a trained colon hydrotherapist looking to refresh on the latest equipment or feel confident using the dotolo toxygen machine. You will go through all aspects of the machine and it's use including best practice techniques.
INT-3 Specialties - 607 Introduction to Gerson Therapy, coffee enemas and implants
History of Enema and Colon Cleansing
Use of enemas throughout history in various parts of the world and their role in promoting health
Development of Enema equipment over time
Types of Equipment and their uses
Advantages and Disadvantages of Enemas, Implants & Colonic
Benefits and Contraindications
Types of Enemas
Herbs – properties, contraindications and combinations
How to give an enema?
Sterilisation of equipment
Colon Hydrotherapy - Training Manual and Reference Book
The Professional Practitioner Training Manual and Reference Book
Dr Richard Knight
This book is a major contribution to the profession of colon hydrotherapy. It is written for practitioners and students of colon hydrotherapy, as well as others working within the broad spectrum of health care.