Module I: 60 hours for pre-study (remote learning) with the manual provided in digital format

Module II: 70 hours to complete quizzes aimed at qualifying the theoretical component

Module III - 70 hours for the practical component, which takes place in a clinical setting:

 8 days (at weekends - Saturday and Sunday), followed by the final qualifying exam for the Colon Hydrotherapy Course certificate.

4 Weekends

Saturday - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. (9 hours)

Sunday - From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. (9 hours)

Students start and finish modules I and II at their own pace.

The time it takes to complete the course will depend on the knowledge and experience of each student, however, the minimum time to complete the course is 3/4 months, and the maximum time is one year from the date of enrollment.


This is a training course in Colon Hydrotherapy and is the result of specialized training and intensive experience in this area over 20 years. It's a life mission.

I remain committed, involved and motivated by health research and continuous professional development, actively and regularly participating in seminars and training courses to ensure the continuity of high-quality clinical practice. I consider hygiene and excellent patient care to be the greatest priority as well as putting patient safety and well-being first. I believe that colon hydrotherapy is more than just a procedure and is part of an integrated, modern medicine that is prepared to cooperate and collaborate with doctors and other health professionals in order to help patients achieve more balanced health and greater longevity.

I am therefore prepared to listen to you and will do my best to understand you and grow with you.

As a health professional, I believe that colon hydrotherapy is most effective when used in conjunction with patient guidance in the field of nutrition, stress management and appropriate physical exercise. I accept that everyone is unique and respect everyone's personal beliefs about what constitutes health and illness, helping each patient to achieve health. In clinical practice I do my best to help patients take control of their overall health and remove barriers to healing, referring them to other medical professionals where necessary. I believe that a healthy and varied daily diet, physical exercise and self-awareness should always be the first line of intervention to achieve long-term improvements, and I implement this rule in treatment protocols and aftercare recommendations. I respect our colleagues who work with different colon therapy devices and in different styles. I agree that no one manufacturer, device or therapist will be able to meet the needs of all the different patients and that the diversity of professionals with specific training in colon hydrotherapy allows us all to respond much better to the specific needs of each patient.

The overall aim of this course is to introduce Colon Hydrotherapy as a holistic complementary medicine tool, through which it is possible to achieve more balanced health and greater longevity. This training is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition and is not a substitute for medical advice.  

I hope that this training will deepen your knowledge and intensify your desire to make a difference for the world by making a difference for people.

I sincerely hope that this course will motivate you, inspire you and above all be a BIG step on a long and rewarding path of structured learning, not only about Colon Hydrotherapy, but also about the human body and the dimensions of human existence.

At your service,                                                                     

Sónia Gingado