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The Colonic Clinic

The Colonic Clinic

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Suite 4, 10 The Square, Market Harborough, LeicestershireUK

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Opening hours

Monday08:30 - 19:00
Tuesday08:30 - 19:00
Wednesday08:30 - 19:00
Thursday08:30 - 19:00
Friday08:30 - 19:00
Saturday08:00 - 17:00
Prices from £70 - Enquire for a fast quote ★ Excellent ServiceScore™ 8.3 from 8 votes ★ Visit our Holistic Health Clinic - Suite 4, 10 The Square, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, UK.

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Holistic Health Consultation up to £70
Colonic Irrigation from £70
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About The Colonic Clinic

The Colonic Clinic is a place where you will feel confident and relaxed while receiving high levels of care and attention. There is never a feeling of being rushed here, there is always time for you to talk and for me to listen. Being relaxed encourages us all to get the most from this therapy. 

Colonic Irrigation treatment by UK Colonics - (ARCH)
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  • ARCH - Association and Register of Colon Hydrotherapists (UK) 
  • CNHC - Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (UK) 


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Clinic services

Open weekends

Holistic Health

from £70

Colonic Irrigation

Colonic hydrotherapy is a very gentle way of cleansing the colon. Warm filtered, temperature controlled water is gently introduced into the colon and this movement exercises the colon muscles encouraging waste matter and excess gas to be released. This therapy is generally painless although occasionally some griping may occur. The colonic itself lasts approximately 45 minutes.

up to £70

Holistic Health Consultation

The whole appointment lasts approximately 90 mins and includes a health assessment, dietary advice, considers your work/life balance and your lifestyle. Also included is a relaxing abdominal massage with aromatherapy oil prior to the colonic hydrotherapy itself. A personal plan will be drawn up for each client depending on their condition and symptoms. 

The Colonic Clinic - Karen Dilley

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Karen Dilley

  Colonic Hydrotherapy

I’ve always been interested in natural health. During my 20s I travelled around the world and came across many different health disciplines. I realised very early on that the digestive system is paramount for overall good health and this led me eventually to colonic hydrotherapy. To enhance my knowledge I completed a Master Herbalist Diploma and studied cleansing, fasting and enema techniques at a college in London. The more I learnt about the digestive system the more I understood how just a few simple changes in our habits can lead to big improvements to our health and how we feel.

Training as a colonic hydrotherapist seemed a natural step forward to me and I did this with Milo Siewert and Roger Groos at the Natural College of Hydrotherapy. Milo was the founder of the Association of Registered Colon Hydrotherapists (ARCH), of which I am now a registered member, and training with him meant that I had his 50 years of experience to call upon, which has been invaluable.

As a member of ARCH I attend regular training seminars to update my knowledge as techniques and information guidelines change constantly. ARCH is also the only registered colonic organisation that has been invited to join the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), which is the only complementary healthcare regulator backed by the Department of Health.

Over the years I have changed the way I eat, my approach to everyday life, the way I exercise and I always consider stress levels! These changes have made a profound difference to my health and the way I feel. In order to enjoy life to the full we should feel energetic, positive and be free of pain.

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