Senior Education Committee

Senior Education is responsible to set the curriculum and teaching standards to ensure all IACT

certified colon hydrotherapists are fully trained in digestive function and the practice of

colon hydrotherapy, as well as provide guidelines regarding continuing education opportunities.

This is a closed committee appointed by the current board president; members must be at the instructor level with board and I-ACT experience.

Co-chairs: Beverley Blass & Cathy Agasar

Sub Committee:

Education functions through Senior Education and is responsible to implement the

curriculum and teaching standards set forth by the Senior Education committee, as well

as bring forth ideas for educational and expanded learning opportunities for all therapists

to gain professional development. This committee is opened to all members at the

instructor level.

Co-chairs: Beverley Blass & Cathy Agasar

The International Association for Colon Hydrotheraphy (I-ACT) was founded in 1989 as a non-profit, educational organization to represent the goals and voices of colon hydrotherapists worldwide and further the profession and maintain high standards for public safety.

© Copyright 2020
International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy * All Rights Reserved *