Colon Hydrotherapy – How it works

Colonic Hydrotherapy, also known as Colonic Irrigation or Colon Cleanse, is a completely natural treatment that frees the colon of old, impacted matter that can hinder peristalsis (a series of wave-like muscle contractions that moves food to different processing stations in the digestive tract) and stimulates the liver helping with detoxification.

During a colon hydrotherapy session, water is gently introduced into the large intestine through the anus in a controlled manner by a qualified therapist. The purpose of colon hydrotherapy is to achieve the optimal bowel function through the restoration of fluid, matter and gas balance, removal of excess wastes and exercise to the large intestine for the benefit of assisting absorption, assimilation and elimination which is instrumental in maintaining health and wellbeing of the body and mind.

The Colonic Hydrotherapy treatment is for people looking for relief from the symptoms of IBS and other gastro-intestinal problems such as bloating, constipation or diarrhoea. It is also for those that simply want to maintain and improve their digestive health and enjoy the enhanced energy levels that often results from the treatment.

Unlike an enema, colon hydrotherapy, can reach the full length of the large intestine, ensuring a thorough cleanse and the maximum benefit.


Colon Hydrotherapy  session I guarantee single use disposables for every treatment (table paper, under pads, shorts, tubes, speculum, hoses).

How many session:

One treatment is often not enough to address issues that have taken years or possibly decades to develop. An individual assessment will be made during the first session, based on the initial complaint, how successful the treatment was and the determined health of the bowel. However, as a general rule, most chronic conditions or those that involve a high level of toxicity will require 3-6 sessions, sometimes more.



Please. note: Colonic Hydrotherapy is not in any way intended as a ‘cure’ or ‘medical’ treatment. It should not be seen as an alternative to seeing your GP if you have any health concerns. Neither is intended to infer or imply symptoms of IBS or other bowel conditions will be solved.