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Hi, I'm James Allred

When I was 15 years old I experienced my first colonic.  At the time I did not understand this as my first attempt in crying out for help, from somewhere other than my ego.
 
Bad choices of food, the inability to safely feel and express my emotions, and the negative thought process of self-sabotage almost brought me to annihilate.  About one year into weekly Colon Hydrotherapy sessions, my rehabilitation made a substantial shift.  The medications I had taken to get well released from my body allowing for a dramatic shift in my consciousness.  I realized there was truth and wisdom in the ancient arts of health; immediately I began studying herbs and diet.
 
In 1977 I spontaneously began practicing Colon Hydrotherapy.  Then, in 1983 my formal training in Bodywork as a massage therapist began.
 
To perceive the soma, and use various Bodywork techniques to uncover and move stagnate life-force energies and emotions held in the tissues, this is my foundation and purpose.  Processing continued in my personal therapy as did detailed and extensive training for several years more.
 
My education and training is equivalent to a Master's degree in Body-Psychology with an emphasis on Character Structure, how and why energy stagnates in the body.
 
On May 5, 2001, I was a guest speaker at the I-ACT convention in Dallas, Texas.  The topic I shared was Body-Psychology and Colon Hydrotherapy.
 
Madeline Angelus provides an innovative opportunity to learn and experience Energy Medicine which she’s studied and taught since 1979.  Madeline is Certified as a Colon Hydrotherapy Instructor, and Colon Therapist for eight years.
 
She says, “We are at a time where the real work of Vibrant Health integrates ancient Eastern wisdoms and Western science.  Energy Medicine with Colon Hydrotherapy engages the healing process by empowering those who are ready to learn, to be their own best healers, and take responsibility for their health and well being.”
 
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Colorado Disclosure Statement: If you're seeking colon hydrotherapy anywhere in the state of Colorado, please be aware of SB13-215.  As of June 5, 2013, Colorado law requires each colon hydrotherapist be a member of and be certified by I-ACT to practice Colon Hydrotherapy ... Read More