About My Classes
What led you to become a colonic therapist?
I really enjoy what I do. I like helping people feel better. Colonics were something that has helped me deal with chronic inflammation. Colon cleansing and nutrition are two things that I think really assist in healing and repairing the body. I also think it’s important to take our health into our own hands, to not rely too heavily on doctors orders.
What did you do before you became a colonic therapist?
Before I became a colonic therapist, I had many lives in the fashion industry, from boutiques to showrooms. I also compose stage lighting for small theater and work as an artist with fluorescent neon.
What has been your greatest reward as a colonic therapist?
My greatest reward is helping people feel better and helping them learn how to treat their bodies better. There is nothing more rewarding than having a client come in and feel lighter, more energized, more comfortable, healthier and informed.
What is the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from this work?
The powers of food combining. How important eating to support digestion is. Also, colonics can provide benefits to physical and emotional health. I find myself growing emotionally and letting go of so many things as my body is hydrated and cleaned out. The colonics have been helpful in keeping body inflammation down which really allows my mind to focus and think clearer. I feel myself really releasing the past from my body as my cells detox.
What myth would you like to dispel about colonics?
That they ruin the balance of microbes in your gut. Colonics help create a cleaner environment that helps good bacteria thrive. With all the stuff we have put into our bodies like GMOs, antibiotic, pesticides etc., our guts are in a pretty imbalanced state. Regularly hydrating and cleaning out with water is beneficial and can only help improve our system.