What led you to become a colonic therapist?
Personally, I found gravity method colonic therapy to be the modality that most helped me achieve a high state of physical health and recover from my own chronic constipation. Amazed by the powerful simplicity of the Woods Gravity Method, I wanted to learn more and become a practitioner to foster healing for others.
What did you do before you became a colonic therapist?
I have a BA in clinical psychology and a Masters of Social Work, so human behavior is something that has always fascinated me. With regard to this work, I am reflective and intrigued by how the state of the physical body can inform one’s psychological and emotional state.
What has been your greatest reward as a colonic therapist?
Knowing that I’ve cultivated therapeutic relationships with clients and that they trust me to assist them in their health journey is extremely rewarding.
What is the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from this work?
Patience for the process and journey! Healing from health challenges and other chronic issues can take time with many setbacks in the process, despite doing everything “right” or “perfect.” I’ve learned that this process (and life, too?) is not necessarily linear and straightforward.
What myth would you like to dispel about colonics?
That they are an “extreme” thing to do to take care of yourself.