Massage, Hopi Ear Candles and Colonic hydrotherapy
The colon large intestine or bowel is situated in the abdominal region and forms the last part of the digestive tract. The colon is involved in the absorption of water, assimilation of nutrients and minerals, as well as the synthesis of vitamins. A major part of the excretory system, the colon eliminates food residue, drugs, heavy metals and other body wastes. This is supported by the billions of friendly bacteria which inhabit the colon and make up some 40 per cent of the dry weight of our faecal matter. This internal system is easily disturbed by stress, pollution, poor diet, medications, smoking and alcohol.
Colonic hydrotherapy is a safe and gentle internal bath which allows warm filtered water into the colon through a small device called a Speculum. The speculum makes it possible to simultaneously bring clean water into the colon and carry waste out. The colon is alternatively filled with water and released for loose debris to be allowed to flow out. This process is carried out throughout the treatment, which lasts from 30 to 45 minutes. The result is a gentle flushing of the colon, and a loosening of old faecal debris.
Colonic irrigation effectively cleanses years of excess waste, pollutants and toxic substances. This process can also help rebalance the bowel flora by facilitating re-population of the stock of friendly bacteria.
Hygienic and odourless, the therapy is carried out in a private and relaxing environment.
The treatment will begin with your therapist taking a full case history, which will be confidential.
Your therapist will also use special massage techniques on the abdomen to stimulate the release of waste products and aid the process of cleansing.
Unlike laxatives colonic hydrotherapy is non-habit forming and actually improves the tone of the colon.
Your therapist will advise you on how many treatments are needed, depending on the outcome of your case history and your own particular requirements. This may vary from one treatment to a series of 3 to 6 treatments over a period of 1 to 3 months. It is also often useful to continue with maintenance treatments every 6 to 12 weeks in order to maintain the benefits achieved from your initial course of treatments.
IPCH registered therapists are trained to attend to your needs and comfort, and to use disposable tubing which ensures total safety against the possibility of inadequate sterilisation procedures and cross-contaminations, and can also advise you on a specific detox diet to support the colonic treatment and help you achieve better health and vitality.
It is not generally advisable to undertake colon hydrotherapy if you have any of the following conditions:-
Recent abdominal surgery (less than 3 months) or surgery of the Bowel and Rectum
Severe Haemorrhoids, severe anal fissure and anal fistula
Liver and Kidney disease
Pregnancy before 8 months of gestation
If you have any doubt about your medical condition and contra-indications please check with your IPCH registered therapist before making an appointment.
Colonic Hydrotherapy Prices
Initial Consultation & Treatment £60.00
Single Consecutive Treatments £50.00
Appointments require deposits of £30 to secure your booking.
Information coming soon, in the meantime if you have any enquiries please call 01754 611929
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