Are these online courses?
No, all of our courses take place in person in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. This is just outside of Vancouver, British Columbia and is just north of Seattle, Washington.
Is a career in colon hydrotherapy right for me?
Our students often have backgrounds in wellness or health fields including registered/licensed massage therapy, fitness instruction, personal training, nursing, nutrition, spa therapy, and naturopathic medicine. But you don’t need to have a background in health or wellness in order to succeed as a colon therapist; you just need strong interpersonal skills, professionalism, and an ability to empathize with clients in addition to fulfilling the prerequisites listed in the prerequisites section of this website.
I am coming from a different part of the country or world. Where can I stay during the course?
There are several options for accommodation:
1. Book an Air BnB within walking distance of our school: 585 Seaborne Avenue, Port Coquitlam, BC, V3B 0M3.
2. Book an Air BnB walking distance from Coquitlam Center Mall; we will pick up students from Coquitlam Center every morning and drop them back off there every evening during the training.
3. Book a room at Best Western in Pitt Meadows. Speak with Karen Byrne, General Manager at +1-604-460-9859 (or email at firstname.lastname@example.org) and mention that you are doing a training with us to receive a discounted rate.
Is the A&P pre-test difficult?
This test assesses whether you have basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology and you will be asked to take it on your first day of training. If you have completed an accredited college-level anatomy & physiology course and understood the material you should have no trouble completing this test. In addition you will be sent a basic anatomy & physiology textbook to help refresh your knowledge; this textbook is sent along with the I-ACT and course manual once we receive your full tuition payment.
Are the exams at the end of the program difficult?
The written multiple-choice exam is based on the I-ACT Manual, which you will be sent as soon as we receive your full tuition payment. Make sure you study it well. Our curriculum also covers the material that you are examined on, so make sure you arrive to class well rested every day and ready to take in as much as you can! If you are diligent with your studies you will likely find the exams to be fair.
How much does the equipment cost if I decide to buy my own colon hydrotherapy device to start a clinic?
This depends on which type of device you want to buy. You can contact Prime Pacific Health Innovations to ask for more information and a price quote. Make sure you mention that you will be a student with the International Colon Therapist Training Institute which will entitle you to a 10% discount on the purchase of any of Prime Pacific’s Aquanet devices.
Are there employment opportunities?
There are many different ways to develop your practice as a colon therapist. You may find a clinic space to rent or given that zoning allows for it start your own clinic in your home. You may rent a room in an already established natural health or integrative health clinic. If you’re looking to be hired by an established clinic, you’ll be placed on our alumni list. We regularly receive requests from established clinics for qualified colon therapists that we forward on to our alumni. In addition our 100-hour training includes business development and social media marketing modules.
Is there special plumbing needed for the equipment?
The plumbing is generally quite simple; it’s the same sort of plumbing that is needed for a sink. There may be specific requirements that you need to adhere to depending on the rules in your municipality. Prime Pacific Health Innovations offers full pre-installation (i.e. plumbing) and installation guidance in the form of videos and telephone support.
Dr. L Yang