Aloha! I am in my 33rd year as a certified colon therapist. My original certification was with the first state licensed and regulated school in the US for colon therapists, The Wood Hygienic Institute. Additionally I am certified with I-ACT.
The method of colon therapy that I use is unique to the Big Island. It is the Closed Gravitational Method. My first 24 years of practice was in southern Wisconsin. Beautiful but yes, too cold too often. I am grateful to make my home in peaceful Kau, the southern part of the Big Island for the past 9 years. The climate here is excellent and the beauty is incredible! I love the people of the Big Island and am very happy to be of service to them.
The cornerstone for my success lies in educating my clients. When people have the tools to understand what's going on and why, they are much more likely to care for themselves and then we as a team are more successful with achieving the desired outcome. Please feel comfortable calling me or emailing me with any questions.
Nothing is off limits! I am here to help!
What are some of the health problems people seek colon therapy for?
The videos below are from ColonicsTV.com. Film producer Julie Tyler, interviewed me along with 3 of my clients in Feb. 2013 in regards to the work I have accomplished with helping people regain their health. Julie featured one of my clients, 11 year old Mostyn, in a trailer. The first video shows the use of colon therapy in hospitals on the east coast. Below that is a video with medical experts expressing their opinions.
We offer a very pleasant, sterile environment and keep your dignity always of great concern. There are no unpleasant odors or embarrassing messes. The method we use employs a closed, gravity system. It is named after its early founder, Dr. Wood, and is thus called the Wood Gravitational method. It allows for the most comfort for the client and is the granddaddy of colon therapy in the world. The person lies on the table where a sterilized speculum is gently inserted into the rectum. Filtered water, which is always under the direct control of the therapist, flows into the colon via a small water tube and out through the evacuation tube carrying with it impacted feces and mucous. As water flows out of the colon, the therapist gently messages the abdomen to assist the colon's release of its contents. The process is completely professional and takes from 30 to 50 minutes on average.
What is the difference between a colonic and an enema?
An enema will typically flush out only the first 5 to 10 inches of the colon, that is if there is not sufficient gas in the way to block it. A colonic however flushes out the entire length of the bowel, usually 5 feet long, without the need to rush to the toilet to evacuate. Also, in the beginning of a colonic, the gas usually present in the rectum is easily released through the exit tube before much water is allowed into the bowel. This process has no noise or embarrassment and allows for more comfort immediately and a more productive session.