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Please know and understand, once enrolled with I-ACT, all prerequisites, Cengage Learning Modules and Practical must be completed in a nine month period.




a. The student must use an FDA registered device;

b. The student must document at least a high school diploma or GED;

c. I-ACT recommends the new student receive 1-3 colonics prior to the practical;

d. Please provide the instructor a current passport size photo;

e. The student must document a current CPR card.





Prior to entering into the in-person training, I-ACT recommends each student should complete:


i. All required prerequisites for entering the Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training Course.

ii. Anatomy & Physiology (60 hours);

iii. Microbiology (25 hours);

iv. Intestinal Toxemia – Function vs. Dysfunction (14 hours);

v. Drug Interactions (10 hours).

vi. Colon Hydrotherapy History/Theory/Practice (30 hours);

vii. Complementary Modalities (5 hours).

viii. Business Ethics/Office Procedures (40 hours),

ix. Nutrition (16 hours).





Please call James now to discuss Training Dates that will accommodate your schedule.





No greater than twelve months after registration with I-ACT, and upon completion of the Practical, the student will register with the National Board for their Credentialing Exam.



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