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The New Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training



As of April 1, 2021, I-ACT has combined the Foundation Level 1 and Intermediate Level 2 into one New Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training.  This also includes National Board Credentialing and Cengage Certificates.


The most recent Requirements for Certification includes two parts:


200 Hours of Online Cengage Learning Modules, with the Practical of 65 Hours in the Classroom and 35 Instructor-Supervised Colon Hydrotherapy Sessions with study of A&P, etc.  Please email James for I-ACT Credentialing and Training details.


Our I-ACT Certification Training is empirical, by and through your personal experience, rather than academia, just learning to turn the knobs on the device and memorizing a script of what to do and say.


A student wrote, “James has a rare gift to go beyond the seemingly physical conditions and tap into the emotional issues that lay trapped in the body.”


Please contact James Allred now for the School Training Application.  We want to help you be successful.




We believe 2024 will be an expanding and successful time for everyone.


Note: dates for training, tuition fees, models fees, and all other information on this page and website is subject to change without notice.  However, our curriculum remains intact and follows the January 1, 2024, I-ACT Approved Syllabus for the Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training.  As of April 1, 2021, the Advanced Level 3 Training, and Instructor Level 4, have yet to be revised.


Please review, know and understand all I-ACT requirements for certification, this School's policies, agreements and refund policy, and all other information before entering into an agreement here, or with any other colon hydrotherapy instructor, school or therapist.


Please verify the legitimacy of this School, Instructor, and our I-ACT Membership and NBCHT Credentialing by contact the executive director for I-ACT at (210) 366-2888.


James' experience.


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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