A colonic is a safe and gentle process. When looking for a place to go always call and ask questions. Find out weather the colonic unit is a closed and safe unit, New Jersey is just saturated with open units and you will waste your money and time going on one. With an open unit you are left alone and if you have any impaction problems this is not safe there should always be a professional by your side explaining everything to you and working your colonic unit, guiding you in the right direction for many things such as, if you want to loose weight, get rid of gas and bloat, become regular and comfortable not always never knowing what will happen if you eat a certain food. You will get that kind of knowledge on a closed and safe colonic unit at a Touch of Warmth Colonics we cater to your needs and diet. We help you with proper food combining until your muscle action is flowing properly. You will not get that in any other place in NJ especially on open units because they have no idea what is happening to you for they are not with you in the room and also on an open unit the colonic as they call it cannot empty your whole large intestine it is just like water running off your skin but the tube is inside going in and out you will be very disappointed in you service. Don't give up just know there is a better place where there is no pain, you relax the therapist is trained and with you at all times explaining everything to you. Don't be fooled by pretty spa pictures and some information that one place in Perth Amboy tells you you have to have the approval for a colonic by the board. The board does not approve colonics it is a membership to join just like if you have a certified massage therapist on the premises you can join the AMTA also they give extra CEU credits and also much information you need to stay a massage therapist. As far as the information you get from Perth Amboy they make up their own rules all the time. Who is certified?
Many people are under the assumption you have to belong to I-ACT and that is not true, you can belong to the association but it is not necessary unless you would like to participate with voting for members of the board or you might be ready to be tested and you choose I-ACT to converse with and find out where to go and how to go about being a colonic therapist. A person can join I-ACT if you would like to get their I-ACT quarterly, see advertisements about colonic units and see the difference between an open colonic unit and a closed colonic unit.
There's more than one way to become certified and licensed as a colonic therapist the list above shows you a few.
Make sure you see certification diploma's in the establishment.
Here at A Touch of Warmth Balance Center we are zoned in a medical area of Chiropractors, Dentists, Doctors, Psychologists. We are certified and licensed and belong to I-ACT as a member of the Association.
I hope this has help with choosing your colonic therapist for your colon session. Don't be afraid to ask questions if you can't ask questions I would choose another place of business for my colonic.
Oh and one more thing, make sure your colonic therapist is not working out of her home it is not legal to work in the home if it is part of the home and in residential area.
Years ago Colonic therapists did work out of their home but that is because there was no such thing as colonics with the zoning board in different townships. Do not trust going to a home for a colonic the therapist is not insured for her work therefore puting you at risk if you fall or for anything else.
Since colonics have become so popular you want to check and make sure you are going on a closed and safe colonic unit so when making an appointment always ask if you will have a professional explaining everything to you about how your colon is working and if a diet program should be recommended she will indeed explain that to you and also explain proper food combining to you and most of all work the controls on the colonic unit for your fills and empties and know how your body is working never leaving your side so you are safe.
Always ask on the phone when looking for a colonic, if the unit is closed a closed unit means the colonic unit can do a fill, an empty, a soak or a constant rotation. Each person getting a colonic does not get the same kind of colonic it is individualized.
ABOUT OPEN UNITS
Stay away for your own good...you are the machine if you go on an open unit it only has an open valve and you have to keep pushing on your stomach to get the water out and if you have a blockage you could be in serious trouble and would need to press the bell to get help Never Never go on an open unit when checking around ask and if it is open it is not safe. Also the Libbe Unit is not FDA approved in the State of NJ and we have a lot of girls renting the Libbe. NJ is loaded with open units with no one running your colonic, very dangerous. If you go to the dentist the dentist works on your teeth doesn't he, if you go for blood work you have a therapist taking your blood. What would make you think you can go on an open colonic as they call it and be alone and press on your own stomach and press and press. You have know idea what can happen the colon is delicate, so be safe and find a Closed Colonic until we open again, I would recommend going to NYC and ask questions such as; are you a closed unit, do you have a therapist working the closed unit at all times, does the colonic therapist explain all that is going on when getting a closed colonic, are you getting at least 45 minutes on the colonic unit. This is what you want to know. Do not be shy it is your body.
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