Colon Hydrotherapy


Colon hydrotherapy, is a safe, effective method of removing waste from the large intestine, without the use of drugs. By gently introducing filtered and temperature regulated water into the colon, the waste is softened and loosened, resulting in evacuation through natural peristalsis. This process is repeated a few times during a 40-45 minute session. 
At Living Well Life spa, we use FDA registered equipment manufactured  through compliance with strict federal guidelines that dictate rigorous accountability. The device we use is the Aquanet EC-2000 Closed System. This particular device allows the therapist to switch between gravity and pressure colon hydrotherapy in one session with one device to accommodate the client's level of tolerance and sensitivity. This is accomplished by switching between the more vigorous pressure mode that uses Applied Pressure Sensing Technology (APST™) and the gentler gravity mode that uses Low Elevated Gravity Technology (LEGT™).
Connected to the device is a water filtration system that purifies the water before entering the colon.
After each session, the device goes through a disinfectant treatment protocol using a medical grade disinfectant solution.
Living Well Life Spa uses ONLY disposable, single-use speculae kits as well as disposable bed pads. 

Modesty and dignity is always at the forefront with all our clients at Living Well Life Spa. Every client is provided with a fresh clean T-shirt, socks, disposable shorts and or gown.


Living Well Life Spa's therapist is I-ACT certified in Colon Hydrotherapy. The mission of the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (I-ACT), is to heighten the awareness of the colon hydrotherapy profession, ensure continuing and progressive education within the field, and implement professionalism beyond reproach. To learn more about I-ACT click on the link.


Conditions that would not allow a session:

You shouldn't have a colonic if you have any of the following conditions, unless prescribed by a licensed Physician:


       Abdominal Hernia                             Dialysis Patients

       Abdominal Surgery                            Diverticulitis (acute or severe)

       Abdominal Distension                         Epilepsy/Seizures

       Acute Liver Failure                             Fissures & Fistulas

       Anemia (severe)                                 GI Hemorrhage / Perforation

       Aneurysm- All Types                          Hemorrhoids (When excessive bleeding is present)

       Carcinoma of the Colon                       Hernia 

       Cardiac Disease                                  Intestinal Perforations

       Congestive Heart Failure                      Pregnancy

       Cirrhosis of the Liver                            Rectal / Colon Surgery

       Transplants (after 3 years)                   Renal Insufficiency



These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information and services provided at Living Well Life Spa are not meant to diagnosis, cure, treat or prevent any medical issue. Consult your healthcare provider. I-ACT certified colon hydrotherapists use FDA registered equipment and follow high standards of practice as set forth by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy.