- Jamie Freeman
What is a colon hydrotherapy session like?
A typical colon hydrotherapy session lasts approximately 45 minutes, but you should allow one hour for your total appointment. During the session you will be lying on your back on a comfortable treatment table. You will disrobe from the waist down and wear a gown. Once a small disposable speculum is inserted into the rectum, you are completely covered.
During the session, an I-ACT certified colon hydrotherapist will administer filtered water followed by releases of waste. Various techniques to help release toxic waste matter from the colon is used. The inflow of water and release of waste is repeated several times during the session. The water temperature and pressure are controlled by the therapist to stimulate peristalsis. Warm filtered water flows into the colon through a small inflow tube and the waste is eliminated from the colon through a separate waste tube.
This is a closed system so you can rest assured that there is no odor to be concerned about. Your dignity and modesty are always maintained.