Since qualifying as a Colon Hydrotherapist in January 2005, I have specialised in working as a full time Colonic Therapist in the Midlands. I practice colonic irrigation and food intolerance testing, specialising in treating digestive symptoms caused by digestive problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Bloating and Constipation. I also have a personal interest & experience in many forms of detoxification too such as Liver Cleansing, Alkalising & Juicing. I have always had a strong interest in nutrition and all matters that affect the anatomy & physiology of the body. For my A Levels I studied Human Biology, Psychology & Sport Studies, before achieving a 2:1 Degree in Sports Science. I also taught fitness classes in Aerobics, Body Pump & Spin for over 10 years which has enabled me to promote health as well as fitness. My background and experience has taught me to treat client individually and from a whole body approach.
I am Degree qualified in Anatomy and Physiology & registered with the Association of Registered Colon Hydrotherapists (ARCH) in 2005.
Being a Registered Colon Hydrotherapist with over 10 years of practical experience gives confidence that i am able to professionally advise you on your specific treatment and your future well being.
Having previously worked as a Colon Hydrotherapist at Wish Beauty Salon in Boldmere, Sutton Coldfield until October 2011, I then moved to Fiji Beauty Clinic in Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield. The treatment room at Fiji is purpose built for Colonics with an en-suite bathroom and offers privacy, relaxation and tranquillity in modern surroundings.
Kay Brown (Bsc) Hons
the association & register of colon hydrotherapists (ARCH)
The Association (formerly the Colonic International Association) was founded in 1987 by Dr. Milo Siewert M.D. (Mexico), D.C. (USA), as a professional association of qualified therapists. It is the only professional body in the UK to maintain a register of qualified colon hydrotherapists, and oversees training standards. Its members adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and are subject to premise inspections and are periodically re-inspected. Therapists are also bound to a minimum annual input of continued professional development, thus ensuring public confidence and security.