Phone: 020 8684 3888 — Evening and weekend appointments available at no extra charge.
Address: 68 Melfort Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey, CR7 7RN
|1 colonic with coffee enema||£80.00|
|3 colonics taken within 2 weeks – on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ basis||£70.00, £70.00, & £55.00|
|Hypnotherapy/NLP/Emotional Freedom Techniques
Please note the terms and conditions for colonic hydrotherapy:
Prepayment is essential when booking, with the full fee charged. We take cards or you can pay by bank transfer. For cancellations and rebookings, we need 24 hours hours notice, otherwise the fee is forfeited.
Due to the pandemic, please wear a mask and bring a large towel for covering.
What is colonic irrigation?
Colon hydrotherapy, also known as colonic irrigation, is the therapeutic use of filtered water at body temperature, delivered through a speculum at very low pressure, with the objective of cleansing the colon walls and diluting the bacterial toxin concentration in the large intestine. The colon is about 5ft long and 2.5in in diameter.
What system do we use?
We use the closed system, the device being the latest available in technology. It incorporates a water filtration system, being an ultraviolet light steriliser, two additional filters, one being carbon. We have added a pre-heater water tank for increased safety.
We use only disposable colonic speculum packs. We take absolutely no chances on our clients; so we have not, and will never consider metal or other re-usables.
What to expect during a typical visit?
Before the colon cleansing session, you will be asked to complete a health questionnaire, about your past health problems, surgical or other medical interventions, as well as any medications you are taking. The colonic irrigation session will proceed only if there are no contraindications.
All being well, we will then ask you to go to the en-suite bathroom, undress from the waist down and cover yourself up with a large towel.
The colon hydrotherapy speculum allows for the attachment of a water line and waste line. The water line transports water into the rectum and colon. The waste line allows for the drainage of discharging waste directly into the sewers. Discharging waste can be viewed through the waste line, as well as the illuminated viewing window of the colon hydrotherapy the machine.
During a colonic irrigation session, we apply gentle abdominal massage to help loosen faecal matter. The colonic irrigation procedure is without soiling or odour.
The colonic irrigation procedure lasts 45 minutes, but you should allow altogether an hour and a quarter to an hour and a half for form filling and visiting the toilet after the procedure.
If in doubt about having colon hydrotherapy, please consult your family doctor.
How many sessions?
The optimum number of colonic irrigation sessions will depend upon your individual needs. Soaking starts off the loosening process of impacted waste, and this beneficial aspect is lost with colonic irrigation sessions too widely spaced in time.
Those with chronic conditions may need more frequent colon hydrotherapy sessions until regularity is achieved. Based upon experience, we will advise on what to do next. Sometimes the slightest diet change can improve regularity.
Do you expect to lose weight after your colonic?
We should debunk this straight away. Fat is lost after a colonic because many feel motivated to change their habits, because they feel good after toxin elimination: they exercise regularly and eat healthily.
But what if they cannot stop eating? Depending on where you are on this scale, book a hypnotherapy/EFT/NLP session. Going under the knife for gastric band surgery is always risky, and the service I provide is not.
Colonic irrigation may be of benefit for the following conditions:
On the day before your colon hydrotherapy treatment
Before proceeding, please ensure that lemon juice is not contraindicated with any medication or supplement you take.
Slice up one organic lemon and liquidise complete with skin and pips with 500ml of filtered water. Sieve to extract as much liquid as possible. Discard the pulp. Add a litre of water. Start drinking one glass first thing in the morning, and thereafter at hourly intervals until all has been consumed. Use a straw to protect your teeth. It is recommended to have porridge for breakfast. And for lunch and supper, a large salad with protein and a small amount of carbohydrate
After your colonic hydrotherapy treatment, please abstain from alcohol and rich and spicy foods for at least 24 hours.
As colonic hydrotherapist, Laval Olivia is registered with the General Regulatory Council of Complementary Therapies; registration number 643538.
Additionally, he is a member of RICTAT; registration Number: 2010-23. RICTAT members adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and are bound to a minimum annual input of continued professional development, thus ensuring public confidence and security.
Location and Travel:
Natural Solutions is within easy reach by bus and train, in Thornton Heath on the north side of Croydon in Surrey. Thornton Heath train station is about four minutes’ walk from the practice. From Thornton Heath station, trains run to Victoria, London Bridge and East and West Croydon.
Directions if coming by train:
From Thornton Heath train station, turn right, pass Iceland, then the off licence. Melfort Road is at the next corner, at the mini-roundabout. Walk for about 3 minutes to the next junction with Brook Road. Natural Solutions is at the corner, by the zebra crossing.
If you are travelling from central London:
Take the train from Victoria, usually platform 11. It takes about 20 minutes to reach Thornton Heath. Look for the train to East or West Croydon via Norbury.
If you are travelling from London Bridge:
Take the train to East or West Croydon via Norbury. Journey time about 20 minutes.
The Northern Line tube station stops at Balham, change here for the train going towards Croydon via Norbury. Alight at Thornton Heath
- Bus number 50 stops in front of the practice, Brook Road stage, This bus services Stockwell, Streatham and central Croydon.
- Bus number 198 goes to central Croydon, Shirley and West Wickham.
- Bus number 250 goes to Central Croydon, Streatham and Brixton.
- Bus number 450 for Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace and Sydenham.
|Public transport links: We are in zone 4|