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Diploma in Iridology

Sun 19/06/16: An Introduction to Iridology

Prerequisites: None

Presented by Alan Payne FGNI MAMH, see CHIRONIA

To look into someone’s eyes is a great privilege because we are surely looking into the totality of that person. Each iris contains many features – colours, textures and markings – which together form a map or blueprint of the individual, and the skill of the Iridologist lies in the ability to interpret the information shown.

Each part of the iris relates to a particular area or system in the body and the signs and markings will help in the assessment of inherited strengths and weaknesses and the general state of well being of the person. Often it is possible to recognise potential weaknesses years before symptoms become apparent. Many illnesses occur because of an organ or system imbalance – for instance headaches can be the result of liver dysfunction – and together with other information gained during the consultation Iridology can help to reveal such causes. Iris examination is a simple, painless and non-invasive technique that is growing worldwide in popularity as more and more therapists come to realise the value it gives to their work.

This Diploma Course in Iridology has been designed for people who are already qualified therapists and who have studied Anatomy and Physiology as part of their training. The prime object of the Course is to teach Iridology in such a way that the subject can be effectively incorporated into the work of practitioners whichever therapies they use. The course will emphasise iris analysis as a method of assessing inherited and acquired constitutional traits together with the interpretation of iris signs in order to help to assess health status and potential, to assist in the identification of the possible cause and suitable treatment of dis-ease, and to facilitate the planning of preventative treatment.

The course will usually consist of six 2-day sessions (weekends), or 12 single day sessions, held over a period of several months. Students will learn iris examination using various optical lenses and equipment and will have plenty of opportunity for ‘hands on’ experience in order to gain confidence and expertise. The subjects covered will be demonstrated with slides, photographs, videos and printed material. Study Guides will be supplied throughout the course, and there will be access to books by leading authorities on Iridology.

During the course a Code of Ethics in line with that of the Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists (International) will be followed. This course is accredited by the Guild and therefore their guidelines regarding the content of the course will be followed.

This course is accredited by the Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists International and follows the Guild’s curriculum and guidelines, which state that students should hold a suitable qualification in Anatomy and Physiology and at least one allowable therapy. Students who complete the full course, take and pass the examination and complete a satisfactory thesis are awarded a Diploma in Iridology, a professional status that allows membership of the Guild.

Please contact us if you are interested in the Iridology diploma

Also check out our one day introduction course: An Introduction to Iridology