What led you to become a colonic therapist?
A combination of fortunate ‘coincidences’ first as a client, experiencing the benefits of colonics. These results lead me to research colon health and to later get certified as colonic therapist. I come from a healing family, as lived by my grandfather (MD, Master herbalist), father & brother (MD).
What did you do before you became a colonic therapist?
I was a Thai body work practitioner.
What has been your greatest reward as a colonic therapist?
To quietly observe healing in the making.
What is the most valuable lesson you've learned from this work?
To be continually reminded of each person’s uniqueness; and that balance is such a practical life philosophy.
What myth would you like to dispel about colonics?
The idea that colonics are painful, invasive, messy and complicated.