Iridology Seminars and Training


Key Benefits:

  • Will teach you how to do an iris analysis of someone's eye.
  • You will be able to monitor your families health level.
  • You can set up a business in the alternative health field.

 

IPA Level I Iridology Seminar

This course is approved by the International Iridology Practitioner's Association. The Level I course is the first of three steps toward certification with IIPA. More advanced European Iridology concepts will be covered in this course.

A Seminar workbook and a IIPA Level I Certificate will be given out in this seminar. You will need a Level I Certificate to be elegible to attend a IIPA Level II seminar.


Syllabus for
IIPA Compehensive Iridology SM - Level 1 (14 Hours)

it is required for IIPA Approved Instructors to cover all of the topics in the syllabus for comprehensive IridologyLevel-1. The syllabus is in outline format to assist new instructors. However, the instructor is encouraged to use their discretion when to teach each topic

DAY 1 (Start Class 9 or 10 am)



1. Introduction to Iridology
  • What is Iridology.
  • What Iridology can and cannot do.
  • Differences between old and new teachings and American and European models.
2. History of Iridology
  • Possible Iridology in cultures over 1.000 years ago.
  • European Iridology.
  • American Iridology.
  • IIPA history.
  • Other types of eye sciences briefly mention and define: (i.e.Sclerology, Rayid, Time Risk).
3. Basic Anatomy of the Eye
  • Describe Eye (Choroid, retina, sclera, cornea, conjunctiva, lens, vitreous chamber & humor).
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Iris.
1. Eye connection to brain.
2. Iris Size.
3. pupillary ruff, pupillary zone, sphincter muscle, collarette, humoral zone,
ciliary zone, dilator muscle, trabeculae, iris edge.
  • Anatomy of the Iris (On Test) anterior endothelium, anterior border layer, stroma, posterior membrane and posterior epithelium. (Slides).
4. Zones And Mapping
  • Frontal, temporal, medial and inferior.
  • Reaction fields, sector and segment.
  • Zones 1 through 7 describe.
  • Using clock or degrees on iris map.
  • Iris map example.
5. Iris Terminology and Basic Iris Signs
Definitions and function (collarette, lacunae open and closed, pigment, radical furrows, contraction furrows, lymphatic rosary, venous congestion, scurf rim, crypts, rarefaction, raised fibers radicals, reflexives, transversals, defect signs, pinguecula, ptyerigium, tophi and flocculations of tophi, lipemic diathesis. (Slides).

6. Constitutional Types By Color
  • Lymphatic.
  • Biliary.
  • Hematogenic.
7. Constitutional Subtypes By Color
Under Lymphatic: Overacid, Febrile, Uric Acid Diathesis, Hydrogenoid, Scurf Rim, Under Biliary: Hydrogenoid, Ferrum Chromatose.


Day 2

8. Resiliency or Constitutional Types
  • Health Equation
  • Density = Resistance or resiliency.
  • Shading = Reactivity or vital force.
  • Iris structure types neurogenic, polyglandular, connective tissue, anxiety tetanic.
9. pigments
  • Yellow, orange, brown, fluorescent orange and black.
  • Topo-labile, Topo-stabile.
  • Central and sectoral heterochromia
10. Class Practice
Pair off students and look at the eyes for constitutional types by structure and pigments.

11. Pupil Tonus
  • Miosis, mydriasis, anisocorea, hippus.
  • Flattenings.
  • Ellipses.
12. Collarette and Digestive Signs
  • Wreath placements (balanced, tight and atonic).
  • Wreath quality (thick, thin and absent).
  • Wreath shape (jagged, double and intermittent).
  • Grey inner iris border, stomach ring (sphincter muscle), comb teeth, absorption ring, pupil border (thin, thick or absent).
  • Resiliency of stomach and intestinal zones.
  • Large pupil and small wreath, large pupil and atonic wreath, small pupil and small wreath, and small pupil with atonic wreath.
13. Class Practice
Pair off students and look at eyes for collarette types.

IIPA Level II Iridology Seminar

The Level II Iridology Syllabus for
IIPA Comprehensive IridologySM - Level 2 (21 Hours)

DAY 1

1. Anatomy and Physiology

2. Topography
Zone and map comparisons and the iris chart

3. Color constitutions, variations / combinations.

4. Physical integrity evaluation
Degrees of resistence, combinations of subtypes by structure.

5. Specific structure and lacuna types
Lacuna / Crypts / Defects - specific types, accompanying signs reflexives and transversals - specific types, degree of color,accompanying signs.

6. Specific pigment signs

7. Digestive zone details - comb theeth, tissue integrity, etc.

8. Collarette elaboration - placement, quality, appearance, etc.

9. Languaging details and business guidelines - client session time, fees, etc.


DAY 2

10. Iridology Practice:
  • Group Iris Analysis using iris evaluation form. The instructor takes students through the first set of overhead slides while students fills out the iris evaluation form.
  • Individual Iris Analysis using iris evaluation form. Instructor displays another set of overhead iris slides. Students take time to fill out the iris evaluation form on their own. After students fill out finding on iris evaluation form for 30 minutes, the instructor asks the students to say what they found.
  • Individual Iris Analysis with a partnerusing iris evaluation form. After 30 minutes, the students switch to the other partner. after both partners are complete, they share their what they found on each other' eye. Instructor walk around class answering questions and clarify points found in the students eye.


Protocols And Findings For The Iridology Practitioner

This seminar is for the practicing iridologist. It includes:
  • Anatomy & Physiology.
  • Application of Specific Iris Markings.
  • Disease Pathology.
  • How to Work With Case Histories.
You will learn how to apply the information you have learned in your Level I and II Iridology seminars including what questions to ask your client, based on what the iris reveals, and how to formulate a program / life style change for your client.

A 263 page workbook and CD is Provided with this seminar.

This is a two day seminar.

Other Seminar

 

MASTER HERBALIST SEMINAR
 
Topics Include:
 
Which herbs to use for each body system.
 
How to really listen to your client's symptoms so you can determine what they need.
 
How to read the compass report
 
How herbs work in the body.
 
Specific herbs for specific issues.
 
How to take herbs when you are also taking medications
 
How to work up a program for your client.
 
A new herbal book (150) pages will be given to all students.
 

 




Traditional Herbal Support for Selective Body Systems

This is one day course. You will learn which herbs support the various body systems.
A workbook is provided with this course.

 

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