Colon Hydrotherapy- The most effective internal cleanse

Colon hydrotherapy is the most comprehensive way in which to remove toxins and waste build-up from the colon.

“What goes in doesn’t always go out” – Dr. Bernard Jensen

Dr Bernard Jensen in his groundbreaking work on tissue cleansing, states that “When a bowel becomes encrusted with un-expelled faecal matter due to poor dietary habits, the absorption of vital nutrients slows down which impedes energy production. In addition to this the bowel becomes a breeding ground for unhealthy bacteria which multiply on this putrid, decaying material and the stage is set for serious consequences. It is an indisputable fact that not only illness and old age, but even death are due to the accumulation of waste products of body chemistry and, on the other hand, to the inability of the body to replenish its cellular structures and organs with fresh vital nutrients. Therefore immunity and freedom from disease can be had and old age and death can be deferred only as long as body wastes are kept to a minimum and fresh, vital material of the first order is supplied for growth and repair of the body.”

Autointoxication is the result of faulty bowel functioning which produces many of today’s diseases and illnesses.

Colon hydrotherapy, also known as colonic irrigation or colonics is the process used to remove faecal waste and toxins from the colon and intestinal tract.

Conditions which may benefit from colon hydrotherapy

Allergies Arthritis Asthma Sluggish colon
Bloating Candida Colitis Constipation
Diarrhoea Flatulence Headache Halitosis
IBS Indigestion Leaky gut Lethargy
ME Parasitic infections Skin problems:
eczema, psoriasis,
dermatitis, acne, etc.
Urinary urgency in females.


Colonic hydrotherapy, coupled with other suitable measures are extremely effective during:

Cleansing regimes Fasting Liver/gall flushes Weight loss programmes
We offer our guests both methods for colon hydrotherapy.  We are the only retreat in South Africa to provide you with both options. It really comes down to what best suits you!

Option 1: Treatment with professional therapist

The first option is the closed machine system which is administered by our professional colon hyrotherpist.  During this procedure which is done in a private treatment room. A professional assists you with the process utilising a colon hydrotherapy machine. In addition, you will also receive a stomach massage in order to assist loosing of faecal matter. This takes approximately 60 minutes and is charged at an additional R480 per session.

Option 2: DIY method

Should you feel comfortable in using a colema board which fits over a toilet, our colon hydrotherapist will train you to administer your own colonics. This version will be done in private in your suite bathroom. Use of all equipment and materials are included in your package. There is no additional cost should you wish to try the DIY method.

Colon Hydrotherapy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

In all, a colonic treatment will take you about 45 – 60 minutes.
Yes, very safe. Supplements (such as acidophilus) are also given daily through-out the programme to encourage and assist the cultivation of good bacteria in the bowel.
No. When administered correctly colon hydrotherapy is completely safe and most people immediately enjoy the experience of wellbeing and lightness. Massage techniques are also used to assist the process.

Colonics can be self administered in the comfort of your own room following a comprehensive training session and complementary instructional manual should you chose the DIY method. Our experienced and professional staff members are at your service should you require any assistance or have any questions. Our priority is your comfort and privacy.
Yes but your conditions will be discussed with the therapist before-hand and a suitable treatment plan will be formulated for you. Colon hydrotherapy is not recommended for the following conditions: Diverticulitis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, a painful fissure, heart disease, severe uncontrolled hypertension, severe anemia, liver cirrhosis, kidney disease, severe hemorrhaging and colo-rectal carcinoma. Treatments are also not recommended during pregnancy.
There are two types of colonic systems that are commonly used today, the closed system or the open system.

The DIY open system uses a colema treatment board that is connected to the toilet. The water is introduced to the colon through the rectum, using a very small tube. The water can be regulated so as not to cause any discomfort. Unlike the closed system, the open system encourages natural elimination of the water and wastes.

With the closed system, water is allowed to flow in to the colon through one of the two hoses connected to a tube that is inserted into the rectum, called a speculum. The water pressure can be regulated by the therapist and the second hose is used to remove the water and wastes from the colon, pass through an illuminated glass viewing tube that enables viewing of the eliminated wastes, and finally into the sewer system.

Colon hydrotherapy is far more effective at cleaning the lower and upper bowel and our preferred method. We utilise enema implants (such as coffee) for therapeutic purposes such as assisting the release of toxins from the liver. Enema implants are formulated and utilised by our professional therapist and will be done so to suit your individual needs and goals.