What Is The Course Curriculum?
Modules 1 to 3
History, Philosophy, Natural Therapeutic Principles, Anatomy & Physiology overview; Iris Colour Variations, Genetics, Iridology Constitutions; Phase 1 Iridology Analysis of Structural Signs, Pupillary Signs; Practical Techniques.
Modules 4 & 5
External eye conditions; Advanced Iridology Therapeutics; Practical Techniques; Pigmentation; Advanced interpretation of Iris and Pupillary Structural Signs; Phase 2 & 3 Analysis of Colour and Structural Signs
Assessment Progress Questionnaires
Assessment questionnaires are provided for each module.
Assignments & Case Studies Portfolio
Various assignments and a portfolio of case studies have to be completed.
Full course curriculum
1. Introduction, definitions, philosophy
2. Natural therapeutics and principles
3. History of iridology
4. Anatomy of eye and iris
5. The Iris Chart (part 1)
6. Iris colour, genetic inheritance, review of various new theories
7. Constitutional study and analysis
8. Practical techniques – use of equipment ( part 1)
9. Symbolic language of iris
10. Study of the pupil and its relevance in iridology
11. Practical techniques – study of iris (part 2)
12. External eye conditions
13. Topography and Therapeutics in depth study
14. Practical techniques – study of iris (part 2 cont.)
15. Charts development and comparative study (part 2)
17. Inner pupillary border (IPB)
18. The Autonomic nervous wreath (ANW)
19. Study of Concepts in iridology
20. Energy transformation as observed in the iris
MODULE 6 (Applied Iridology Seminar)
21. Psychological insight from iris analysis
23. Practical techniques (part 3)
24. Patient management