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The Advanced Colonic Techniques School was established on April 9, 2002.   We facilitate an unprecedented method and approach towards authentic and empirical colonic hydrotherapy certification training.


I-ACT Certification requirements are the same for all colon hydrotherapy students, regardless of their professional credentials or which I-ACT Instructor/School they attend.  All Instructors and Schools are required to teach from the same January 1, 2024, I-ACT Approved Syllabus.


What may very between the Instructors and Schools include: the device and type of equipment used (Closed or Open System); the instructor’s knowledge and understanding of the body; their practical experience and technique; their Hands-On proficiency; how much and what type of work the instructor has done on themselves, and of course location, tuition fee, and duration of training, etc.


On March 24, 2021, James completed the new 2021 Certification Requirements for I-ACT, and is among a select few known as the New Professional Colon Hydrotherapist.



“James is no doubt, a very dedicated and passionate colon hydrotherapist with tremendous experience and an excellent instructor.  I learned more than I ever thought I would from James Allred.”  Student's Testimony.



James Allred voted I-ACT Instructor Of The Year 2016-17.

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