This online course covers Iridology I and II, and contributes to your preparation to be certified through the International Iridology Practitioners Association (IIPA) as a Certified Comprehensive Iridologist.
The training will include a combination of American & European Iridology and a peek into Rayid, Time Risk, and Sclerology.
Format and Duration
This Online Correspondence - Class consists of 8 webinars which will be archived for students to view on the website each week after class. You can start at any time during the year.
Betty Sue O'Brian will be available to review your case studies and work with you through the certification process. She is a past-President of IIPA and a Diplomat Instructor for IIPA.
- Iridology Textbook: The Core Curriculum (Betty Sue O'Brian). Available here at Amazon.
- A “modern” Iridology chart.
- Equipment: 10X iris scope
How to get IIPA Certified?
Upon completion of this class, students will submit the following to IIPA:
- Proof of completion of this class, Iridology I and II
- Proof of completion of an approved Anatomy and Physiology (A & P) class
- 10 case studies
You will then take an exam with IIPA to qualify as a Certified Comprehensive Iridologist.
Click here for in-person class in Gulf Coast, MS, with Betty Sue O'Brian. June 15-17, 2018.
Buy and Register Now for Online
Betty Sue teaches this course online at the Southern Institute of Natural Health. When you buy this class, you will see 'Southern Institute of Natural Health' on your statement. You will also be directed to the Institute website to create an account and access your online course materials.
You can set up an installment plan by choosing "Pay Later" after you click the "Buy Now" button.
- History of Iridology
- Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye
- Iridology Zones and Mapping
- Iridology Terminology and Iris Signs
- Physical Resiliency Constitutional Types
- Constitutional Subtypes
- In depth Study of the Collarette
- Pupil Tonus
- Pupil Border Signs
- Language of Iridology
- Contraction Furrows
- Radial Furrows
- Types of Lacunas
- Transversals and Reflexive Signs
- Meaning of Pigments and Colors
- Syndromes and Combination Signs
- Introduction to Sclerology
- Case Studies - Group and Individual
- Iridology Office
But wait - There's More!
You may want to become a Master Iridologist. This is a designation from the Southern Institute of Natural Health.
The required courses are:
The Sclerology and Advanced Iridology classes will each provide Continuing Education Credits (CECs) accepted by the International Iridology Practitioners' Association (IIPA).
If are not yet IIPA Certified, and want to become a Master Iridologist, then you can purchase all three classes for a discounted price. Betty Sue will train and mentor you through the entire process.