About My Classes
What led you to become a colonic therapist?
I was amazed at all he benefits I received from being a regular colon therapy client. Colonics have helped me the most out of any modality that I’ve tried in my own healing journey. I felt a strong desire to pass it on to other people.
What did you do before you became a colonic therapist?
I have been a personal trainer for over 20 years and for the past 12 years, I’ve been a body ecology coach. I’ve always had a passion for health and wellness.
What has been your greatest reward as a colonic therapist?
Witnessing people improve their health again and again with dietary changes and consistent colon therapy sessions. Some clients have been able to alleviate their constipation, get off medications and improve skin conditions.
What is the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from this work?
When I went on the Body Ecology diet initially, I didn’t feel well. I had flu like symptoms. I was bloated, lethargic, fatigued and depressed. I realized that I was in a healing crisis. I was following the diet without doing at least 2 colonics a week. When I started cleansing while following the diet, my bloating went away, I felt lighter, less depressed and had so much energy. I felt like a new person.
What myth would you like to dispel about colonics?
Many people believe that cleansing the colon with water depletes it of good bacteria. Most microflora are in the stool and leave the body with daily eliminations. Trillions do remain and are not affected by the colonic water because they have settled into healthy mucus. But also, most people are so toxic that when they start to clean up their diet and cleanse, they don’t have healthy microflora anyway.