What qualification do I receive?
You will receive a Diploma in Colonic Hydrotherapy which will enable you to set up a business offering colonic hydrotherapy treatments. In addition we offer CIBTAC accredited qualifications in either Anatomy & Physiology OR Diet & Nutrition.
Why train with us?
Sally Todd and Christopher Wade have teaching qualifications and are extremely passionate about health and wellbeing of clients. Sally suffered with food intolerances and was fortunate enough to meet someone who helped her on her journey of discovery. Both Chris and Sally received colonic treatments themselves and knew that colonics was the missing piece of their jigsaw. They were teaching about nutrition, anatomy & physiology, physical and spiritual wellbeing of the client, supplements, emotional and weight loss. Having discovered the fantastic benefits of colonics they opened a 6000sq ft spa in Grantham October 2009, so that three colonic rooms could offer treatments to complete the whole holistic, wellbeing picture. The business goes from strength to strength welcoming over 500 clients weekly.
How long is the training course?
A 5 day practical course gives you a full certificate as a colonic hydrotherapist. You will be able to obtain full insurance and we can advise you on how to obtain this immediately at a reduce rate.
We also offer Anatomy & Physiology at a reduce rate of £295 to bolt onto the training if you do not hold previous qualifications in this area.
Following your training we also offer a half price course in Diet & Nutrition for £297.50 – giving you an accredited certificate to advance your colonic treatments to give nutritional advice.
Do I need to provide clients during my training?
No. All clients are provided by us, and you will also give and receive colonic treatments to fellow students during the 5 days.
Can you help with me with insurance?
Yes – several organisations will provide insurance once you have completed our training.
- You can become a member of The Healer Foundation, which will also entitle you to join BCMA – British Complementary Medical Association
- You can join UKCA – UK Colonic Association which a non-profit organisation representing positive standards and codes of ethics in colonic hydrotherapy.
- Having successfully trained in colonic hydrotherapy you can also join our Health & Wellbeing national directory www.ukhealthwellbeing.com which will allow client to find you by a simple post code search.
What makes a good colonic hydrotherapist?
Someone who cares about the wellbeing of clients and is passionate about being able to offer emotional support; respect confidentiality; and is interested in nutrition and the benefits of cleansing.
Can anyone receive a colonic treatment?
It is not advisable for anyone who is pregnant, suffering from rectal bleeding or severe haemorrhoids, or anyone who has had rectal surgery.people who have suffered cancer of the colon or other diseases in this area may have to seek advice form their GP.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.