June 2019 was an amazing experience for my Iridology Student (Equine and Animal Natural Healing Touch Practitioner) and myself joining the Eyology Congress at Joaquina Beach, in Florianópolis, SC, in the south of Brazil.
It was fascinating to spend several days with Sclerologists, Iridologists, and people of all walks of life, Doctors and Vets amongst them, and to learn so much about how Sclerology connects with Iridology.
Professor André Werlang Garcia will be coming to SA to teach Sclerology.
The most exciting moment at the Congress was when Veterinarian, Iridologist, and Herbalist Dr. Rafaela Gavinellijoined forces with my Iridology School.
Our Veterinarian Consultant
Another highlight for the Iridology School was in July, whilst teaching in the Western Cape, I held a talk to encourage people to come and learn about this awesome work, and Veterinarian Dr. Magdalena Braum joined the School as the Veterinarian Consultant.
Talks will be held throughout SA to help everyone understand this technique and how it has helped so many animals to date.
Please Note: Iridology talks will commence soon.
Anyone interested in holding a talk please contact me.
Iridology has been around for many years, and Dr. Ignacz Von Preezely began the human iridology in the early 1800s and in 1950 Dr. Bernard Jenson was given the title of “Father of Iridology” and since 1994 Veterinarian Dr. D. Eckerdt and Mercedes Colburn began the animal iridology.
The Equine and Animal Natural Healing Touch is a modality of unique healing for all animals. It is a non-invasive, alternative way of healing. It promotes cellular homeostasis and re-balances, allowing the animals to heal on an emotional, mental and physical level.