Applied Iridology in Professional Practice CECIP

Instructor: Robert Tomilson R.BIE, RNCP

Iridology is an accurate, non-invasive method of health analysis through the examination of the iris. The iris consists of tiny nerve fibres known as trabecula that reveal the body’s constitution, inherent weakness, level of health and the transitions that take place in a person’s body according to the way he or she lives. This Dynamic, Comprehensive Certification course offers an in-depth array of iris analysis techniques such as German Constitutional iris analysis, Australian iris analysis, Dr. Bernard Jensen’s (North American) iris analysis, Pupil Tonus, Sclerology, and Rayid. Participants will learn to interpret physical conditions in relation to the iris, personality and thought/emotional patterns through the iris, sclera and pupil.

FORMAT:
Online, LIVE

LOCATION: Zoom Classroom

SESSIONS: 16 Tuesdays (48 hours)
DATES: Feb 15, 22, Mar 1, 8, 22, 29, Apr 5, 12, 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, May 31, Jun 7
* No class on March 15 (March Break)
TIME: 6:00 – 9:30 pm Eastern / 3:00 – 6:30 pm Pacific
FEE:
$870 + HST ($200 + HST non-refundable deposit due upon registration, balance due 1 week before course start date)
REQUIRED DIGITAL COURSE NOTES: $45 + GST                                       
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: February 10, 2022

SESSION 1
DATE: 
Tues Feb 15
CONCEPTS: Origin and development of the iris; Diagnosis; Chart development; Overview of the discovery by Igntz Von Peczeley to developments by Bernard Jensen; Topographical iris signs; The roots of disease and their causes; Stages of abnormal tissue in the body; Diseases of the eye; What iridology can reveal

SESSION 2
DATE: 
Tues Feb 22
CONCEPTS: Topographical iris signs (cont’d); An overview of the iris chart; Psychological and physiological brain markings in the iris and their interpretations

SESSION 3
DATE: 
Tues Mar 1
CONCEPTS: Psychological and physiological brain markings in the iris and their interpretations (cont’d); Stages of nerve supply depletion; Iris zones study

SESSION 4
DATE: 
Tues Mar 8
CONCEPTS: European colour analysis; Iris zones study (cont’d); Digestion, assimilation, elimination, nervous systems pathways

SESSION 5
DATE: Tues Mar 22
CONCEPTS: European colour analysis; Review previous studies; Common imbalances seen in the irides

SESSION 6 & 7
DATE: 
Tues Mar 29, Tues Apr 5
CONCEPTS: European “cloth” constitutions; Rayid (personality study)

SESSION 8
DATE: 
Tues Apr 12
CONCEPTS: European constitutions (cont’d); The process of the iris analysis’ The 14 most common ailments

SESSION 9
DATE: 
Tues Apr 19
CONCEPTS: European constitutions review; Case studies – iris signs and markings

SESSION 10 & 11
DATE: 
Tues Apr 26, Tues May 3
CONCEPT: Iris analysis (student photos); Pupil Tonus

SESSION 12, 13 & 14
DATE: 
Tues May 10, Tues May 17, Tues May 24
CONCEPTS: Pupil Tonus (cont’d); Sclerology

SESSION 15
DATE: 
Tues May 31
CONCEPT: Final exam review

SESSION 16
DATE: 
Tuesday Jun 7
CONCEPTS: Final exam; How to establish a successful practice

ACCESS TO MATERIAL:

THE DAY BEFORE the course starts registered students will receive an email with LINKS to:

— A copy of the Course Outline with test and assignment dates
— Zoom Login and Password
— Digital Course Notes/Power Point Presentation Session 1 of 16
— Sessions 2 to 16 will be sent to registered students after the first class
— Every session’s replay will be sent to students before noon, the next day

ARE YOU OUTSIDE OF THE EASTERN TIME ZONE?

You may request to be considered for receiving replays of the course without or with earning the Certificate of Completion, depending on whether you are available to write the tests or hand in assignments on the designated days. We can accommodate schedules on a case by case basis. For more information on not being able to attend LIVE, and wanting to access the replays, please contact Julia Rickert @ julia@instituteofholisticnutrition.com

Please review IHN’s Online & In-Class Continuing Education Course/School Policies

YOUR CERTIFICATION

Iridology is not a government regulated modality in Canada or the U.S. and clients are not able to claim their Iridology sessions with their insurance benefits after seeing an Iridologist. However, Iridologists are free to operate clinical practices anywhere in Canada or the U.S. immediately following the course.

The C.Ir. designation given to each student that passes the course exam, is used to give credibility to their clients and show they have had extensive training in the study of Iridology from a recognized institution. The Iridology methods that are taught in the course are recognized in any country where Iridology is practised.