Integrative Iridology Specialist™

Overview

Can we tell the constitution or health issues from the iris of the eye? Learn the basics of this modality and decide for yourself!

This micro-credential leads students through the theories of iridology, from historical to modern-day, including the modern controversies and uses in an integrative wellness setting or for personal health.

Iridology is based on the theory that it is possible to assess health and sub-health issues by analyzing changes in the structure, texture, and color of the iris and pupil of the eye. Before symptoms or pathology develop in the body, iridology may reveal that organs or systems are overstressed, under- or over-functioning, or predisposed to disease. By predicting areas of lowered resilience, iridology can be used as a preventive health support. 

Earners will have a working knowledge of iridology as a wellness support tool for personal health and as an adjunct to an integrative health practice. The Integrative Iridology Specialist™ badge is automatically issued upon successful completion of the NAT 203 course. This course may be taken as a single course or as part of a larger program at ACHS. 

Highlights

Understand how to use iridology as a wellness support tool for personal health.

Develop the skills to incorporate iridology in an integrative health practice.

Learning Outcomes

Clients can use the information from iridology readings to make their own health and lifestyle changes to support wellness. For the holistic health practitioner, iridology provides information that can assist with identifying potential health issues that can be discussed with the client and for referral to a primary care provider as applicable. 

Earners of this micro-credential will have completed the ACHS NAT 203 Historical Modalities I: Iridology course and achieved the following knowledge:

  • Identify and explain constitutional classifications.
  • Describe and explain the structure and function of the eye.
  • Explain the healing crisis and Hering’s Law.
  • Identify zones, segments, structural, and colored signs in the iris and understand their implications.
  • Explain the history and theory of iridology, analyzing the iris of the eye in relation to the body’s health.
  • Understand the importance of the eliminative organs for optimal health.
  • Explain and discuss the iris chart.
  • Discuss the four stages of tissue health as seen in the iris.
  • Discuss the benefits of iris photography.
  • Recommend nutrition, herbal supplements, and lifestyle changes for various conditions identified through iris analysis.

Earners are also encouraged to pair this micro-credential with anatomy and physiology training available in the following ACHS courses:

ACHS also offers graduate-level anatomy and physiology training for applicants with a Bachelors degree: NAT 502 Anatomy & Physiology I and NAT 502 Anatomy & Physiology II.

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