What to Expect
What can the client expect?
The client will position themselves onto the therapy table, and gently insert a lubricated rectal nozzle into the rectum about 1.5 inches. Then they will cover themselves with a drapesheet, and ring a bell. The therapist will instruct them on how to start the water flow and will monitor them throughout the session. There is no touching or massaging of the abdomen by the therapist. It is not required. The continuous flow of water induced by gravity serves to naturally push the water through the colon. While the client is on the system they may elect to lie there and simply breathe, or, they may choose to help the water go as far into the colon as possible by holding the water in their colon until they feel the sensation to release the water, at which time they will push the water out of their colon. (This is basically the same thing that we do when we have a bowel movement). We utilize the “open” colonic system affording the client total privacy. The client is completely covered through out the entire process, thus their integrity is never compromised. The procedure may be as relaxing as a massage: some clients listen to their ipods, read books, use their cell phones, doze off, or simply meditate. The session takes about forty five minutes and afterwards the client may return to their normal activities.
Is this your very first Colonic?
Prior to your very first colonic we suggest that you do the following:
Hydrate your body by drinking at least 64 ounces (8 cups) of water the day before your scheduled appointment. Furthermore, it is important that you hydrate prior to every colonic.
At least two hours prior to your first colonic session, do not eat. No need to fast the entire day. This act is optional during subsequent colonics.
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Prior to each Colonics appointment, please call or email or text if you are unable to keep your appointment. While other servicers charge clients for no shows, we do not. And while we realize our schedules these days are hectic, we ask that you demonstrate courtesy and professionalism with a call.