School of Colon Hydrotherapy
Dotolo Institute united with ReNew Life to develop a school for Colon Hydrotherapy in 1985. Suzanne Gray and Brenda Watson developed the school’s curriculum so that the student went beyond the basic standards of learning. One learns more than Colon Hydrotherapy. Our school allows an atmosphere of openness in which each student is provided the opportunity to explore their “true” role as a therapist, educator and listener. Whether you are learning anatomy, physiology, body work, or related techniques, each individual is encouraged to find their “way” in their new career.
During our course, we focus on the digestive system and its relationship to provide individual attention. Our curriculum allows each student practical application on each other, staff and the public. Students also have an opportunity to observe colon therapy not only in a holistic setting, but in a medical setting as well. Dr. R. D. Shepard provides students with an opportunity to observe a colonoscopy and provides students with a doctor’s view of the role of colon hydrotherapy and its role in the medical field.
Suzanne has been practicing in the Tampa area for over 17 years. As a licensed massage therapist and a certified colon therapist. Suzanne’s emphasis is on colon hydrotherapy and its relationship to overall health, which includes;
Suzanne incorporates many modalities during a colon hydrotherapy session such as;
Additionally, Suzanne is an I-ACT certified instructor for colon hydrotherapy and has taught nationally and internationally. Suzanne served on the Board of Directors of the International Association for Colon Therapy for 8 years. Students come from around the world to be taught by Suzanne’s inspirational, knowledgeable, and practical methods.
We offer a complete 100-hour course in Colon Hydrotherapy and we are I-ACT Certified Instructors. This 10 day class size is limited to 4-6 students and the cost is $3,500.
A course on anatomy and physiology must be completed prior to the class. Please allow a minimum of 6 weeks to complete the course. The material will be sent to you after receipt of your application and a deposit. Florida residents have additional requirements.
The colon irrigation devices used in our school are classified by the FDA as class II medical devices . We use class II equipment because we know it to be safe effective and our instructors are fully licensed by the State of Florida. The FDA has restricted the use of class II equipment to those who are licensed by the state to use them. If, after you have successfully completed training, you intend to practice using class II equipment, we strongly recommend you check the laws of your state be sure you are in compliance.
Please call for the 2012 Class Schedule - 813.871.3200