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Unit 119
Iridology

Five consecutive days - contact

iridology training

 

    • The aim of the course is to give the student an understanding of the science of Iridology to be able to do an evaluation of the Iris, recognizing many Iris signs.
    • History of Iridology
    • Anatomy of the Eye
    • Iris Charts
    • Iris Zones
    • Iris Signs: Angle of Fuchs, Cataract Potentials, Central Heterochromia, Chords, Ciliary Zone, Collarette, Contraction Furrows, Crypts, Defect signs, Density, Perifocal Lightening, Pinguecula, Prolapse of Transverse Colon, Pterygium, Pupil Border, Pupillary ruff, Rarefaction, Sectoral Heterochromia, Shading, Sphincter Pupillae, Stomach Ring, Tophi, Topolabile, Topostabile, Transversal, Vascularized Transversal, White Fibres/Raised.
    • Major Iris Types & Sub-Types: Characteristics, Behaviours, Risk Factors, Nutritional/Lifestyle Adjustments
    • Pigment Types
    • Collarette (Autonomic Nerve Wreath) & wreath placement in relation to the pupil
    • Vertebrae & Nerve relationship between Iris & Spinal Nerve Supply
    • Stomach Zone & Pupillary Ruff
    • Pupillary Tones, Flattening and Deformation
    • Contraction Furrows
    • Types of Lacunaes and Crypts
    • Iris Evaluation Forms
    • The Nervous System & Brain Area
    • Introduction to Emotional Iridology
    • Student Practical
    • Test, Assignment and Home Study


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