Colonic Investment Options

Initial Colonic Session:  $95, or
                                      $199 for initial series of 3 (approx. 1 week apart - 5 week expiry*)
                                      $389 for initial series of 6 (approx. 1 week apart - 9 week expiry*)


A first session includes an assessment of any symptoms or health challenges, food intake, and goals, as well as information and recommendations for optimal cleanse results (for those selecting a series of 3 or 6). For those who would benefit from more support with their goals, including supplement and natural remedies recommendations consider combining a full Consulting Session with your first colonic:


$155 - Health and Wellness Consult including use of the Quantum Biofeedback for assessment purposes combined with an Initial Colonic

Subsequent Individual Colonic Sessions (Pay as you go.):   $75

Colonic Packages

  • 3 sessions - 2 month expiry*: $199
  • 6 sessions - 6 month expiry*: $409
  • 10 sessions - 6 month expiry*: $659
  •  20 sessions - 12 month expiry*: $1300

Important Package Details

*Packages are offered to encourage your commitment to cleansing and help you obtain optimal results, meet your goals, and take a proactive approach with your health. For this reason, sessions are non-transferable, and refunds are not given for portions of packages not used within the given amount of time indicated/expiry*).


Cancellation Policy

48 business hours notice is required to cancel or change appointments. Cancellations less than 48 hours, cancellations outside of business hours of Monday through Friday between 9 and 6 (evenings and weekends), "no shows" or arriving more than 10 minutes late will result in the full fee charged or deducted from your package. (Unlike other services I cannot simply shorten the length of a colonic if you are more than 10 minutes late.) 

"Are Colonics Covered by my Health Benefits?"

Colonics are not usually covered by your company's health benefits unless you have a Health Care Spending Account, but it is a good idea to check directly.  My nutritional designations (ROHP and ROHP) are often covered - again, please check directly with your provider.