Training Programs

Iridology
Chinese Face, Tongue, Nail Analysis Program
Master Herbalist
Herbalist
Nutritional Consultant

Iridology Program
Total Hours: 40
Cost: $1,700.00 includes class materials
Class Supplies 
Iridology (18 classroom hours/4 lab hours) Individual class cost: $980.00
The course is an in-depth study of the iris as a means to locate and determine areas of weakness, discomfort and disease within the body and how the stages of degeneration are shown in the eyes by means of color. Using the principles of iridology, the student will learn to integrate his/her knowledge of anatomy and herbology into a holistic understanding in order to make recommendations for homeostasis.

Holistic Iridology (6 classroom hours/2 lab hours) Individual class cost: $320.00
The course is designed to broaden the student’s knowledge of iridology.  Emphasis is placed on analyzing the whole person by incorporating the physical and emotional health.  Holistic Iridology is well practiced and accepted in European medical communities.  Iridology is a pre-requisite to this course.

Kinesiology (8 classroom hours/2 lab hours) Individual class cost: $400.00
The course studies the use of kinesiology to analyze human metabolic problems and allergies.  Kinesiological studies may be used to produce a nutritional regimen through which the application of diet, homeopathic remedies, herbs, vitamins and minerals may be helpful. The student will learn the application and location of test points on the body and the proper testing techniques for each point.

The Iridology program has been approved by the Division of Occupational Schools, Department of Higher Education, State of Colorado.   Classes are held at the College of International Esthetics, Inc., 7300 W. 52nd Avenue, Suite T, Arvada, CO 80002; www.internationalesthetics.com


Chinese Face, Tongue, Nail Analysis Program
Total Hours:  24
Cost:  $625.00 includes materials
Class Materials

Chinese Herbology (6 classroom hours/2 lab hours)
Individual class cost: $200.00The course involves a comparison and contrast between Western medical science and traditional Chinese herbal medicine. A study of holistic health through the promotion of herbal medicine gives this course a unique perspective. The student will gain an enhanced understanding of the classification of herbal properties with a focus on Chinese herbs and their action on the vital organs of the body.

Face, Tongue & Nail Analysis  (14 classroom hours/2 lab hours)
Individual class cost:  $425.00 

The course will analyze the tongue, nails and face utilizing traditional Chinese medicine influence.  The student will gain an understanding of how the features of the body reveal constitutional strengths and weaknesses as well as the genetic and lifestyle markings in relation to the body’s systems, organs and glands.  These valuable tools require neither expensive equipment nor elaborate technology.

This program has been approved by the Division of Private Occupational Schools, Department of Higher Education, State of Colorado.   Classes are held at the Collge of International Esthetics, www.internationalesthetics.com.  Classes are also available online.


Master Herbalist Program
Total Hours:  193
Cost:  $5,100.00 includes class materials
Class Materials

Herbology  (8 classroom hours/4 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $240.00
A comprehensive overview and understanding of the distinction of organic and inorganic substances and their effect on the human body. The use of herbs in the restoration of health to broken down constitutions will be studied. The four classifications of herbs, descriptions of their properties, actions, effects and applications for the treatment and prevention of disease will be studied in this course to provide a classic background in traditional herbology.

Herbal Preparations  (6 classroom hours/2 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $190.00
The course involves both the historical and medicinal uses of various herbal preparations. It will also focus on the identification of each herb, along with when and how best to collect the herb. Emphasis will be given to teas, infusions, extracts, tinctures, poultices, boluses and forgotten, simple home remedies.

Chinese Herbology (6 classroom hours/2 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $200.00
The course involves a comparison and contrast between Western medical science and traditional Chinese herbal medicine. A study of holistic health through the promotion of herbal medicine gives this course a unique perspective. The student will gain an enhanced understanding of the classification of herbal properties with a focus on Chinese herbs and their action on the vital organs of the body.

Face, Tongue & Nail Analysis  (14 classroom hours/2 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $425.00  
The course will analyze the tongue, nails and face utilizing traditional Chinese medicine influence.  The student will gain an understanding of how the features of the body reveal constitutional strengths and weaknesses as well as the genetic and lifestyle markings in relation to the body’s systems, organs and glands.  These valuable tools require neither expensive equipment nor elaborate technology.

Aromatherapy (4 classroom hours/2 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $150.00

The course studies the history and effectiveness of aromatherapy (essential oils). Special attention is given to oils used in ministering to emotional and physical conditions. Aromatherapy is non-invasive and assists in stimulating natural healing thus lending itself to a natural healing approach.

Nutrition and Health  (10 classroom hours/3 lab hours)  Individual class  cost:  $290.00

A comprehensive study which will educate the student in achieving and maintaining the greatest level of health through careful dietary planning and nutritional supplementation. The student will learn to determine vitamin and mineral deficiencies as they correlate to specific health problems and be able to suggest the proper supplementation. The importance of building and keeping a strong digestive system will be emphasized.

Nutritional Wellness  (6 classroom hours)  Individual class cost:  $190.00
By combining ancient and modern biological modalities, this course explores the practical and proven methods for the effective, drugless modalities for the most common ailments through the therapeutic use of foods, vitamins and food supplements including juices and herbs.

Chemistry of Man (8 classroom hours/16 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $265.00
This course studies the life work of Dr. Bernard Jensen and V.G. Rocine and their pioneering research on the chemistry of food. The intimate association between food and health will be explored with a specific emphasis on how the chemical elements of food affect the shaping of human temperament

Anatomy and Physiology  (12 classroom hours/7 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $340.00
This course will provide the student with the general ability to identify the major organ systems as well as the parts and functions of the human body, stressing the function and interrelationships between organs, tissues and glands. This will prepare the student to look at imbalances in the body with an holistic approach.
Beginnning pH Balancing  (6 classroom hours)  Individual class cost: $190.00   
Maintaining the proper balance in the body’s pH can positively affect all major body systems, especially the digestive, intestinal, circulatory, respiratory and immune systems.  This balance protects the oxygen affinity of hemoglobin in the blood.  A pH-balanced environment maintains proper metabolic function and allows the body to function optimally.

Advanced pH Balancing  (10 classroom hours/2 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $290.00
This course is a study of the works of Dr. Carey Reams and is designed to help the students understand acid and alkaline balancing. Students will learn to obtain pH values from urine and saliva. Using this information they will learn to match foods and supplements to the individuals numbers.

Traditional Flower Remedies (4 classroom hours)  Individual class cost:  $140.00

The student will study the work of Edward Bach, M.D., and his study of flower remedies. Bach believed that there was an emotional component to most disease processes. His non-invasive approach discovered in the 20th century has won acclaim from the masses and is used around the world. He believed that the body would respond with healing by correcting the emotional component of disease.

Iridology  (18 classroom hours/4 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $980.00
The course is an in-depth study of the iris as a means to locate and determine areas of weakness, discomfort and disease within the body and how the stages of degeneration are shown in the eyes by means of color. Using the principles of iridology, the student will learn to integrate his/her knowledge of anatomy and herbology into a holistic understanding in order to make recommendations for homeostasis.

Holistic Iridology  (6 classroom hours/2 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $320.00
The course is designed to broaden the student’s knowledge of iridology.  Emphasis is placed on analyzing the whole person by incorporating the physical and emotional health.  Holistic Iridology is well practiced and accepted in European medical communities.  Iridology is a pre-requisite to this course.

Kinesiology  (8 classroom hours/2 lab hours)  Individual class cost:  $400.00
The course studies the use of kinesiology to analyze human metabolic problems and allergies.  Kinesiological studies may be used to produce a nutritional regimen through which the application of diet, homeopathic remedies, herbs, vitamins and minerals may be helpful. The student will learn the application and location of test points on the body and the proper testing techniques for each point.

A Natural Approach to Blood Analysis  (10 classroom hours/3 lab hours)  Individual cost:  $300.00
The components of the blood and their balance in the blood tell the story of the physiological balance of the body.  By learning how to read and assess the pathological blood tests, it is possible to detect the imbalances in the glands and organs and put together the whole story about the body to provide nutritional, supplementation and lifestyle suggestions that will balance the entire body system from the root causes – not just treat symptoms.

Preparation for Success    (6 classroom hours)  Individual class cost:  $190.00
This course will cover in-depth discussion on how to set up a thriving consultation business.  It will include how to conduct consultations, suggestions for possible changes in a client’s diet, lifestyle and supplements will be evaluated.   The course will also discuss topics ranging from advertising, insurance and location.  Learn how to become a professional in the most rewarding occupation.

The Master Herbalist program has been approved by the Division of Private Occupational Schools, Department of Higher Education, State of Colorado.   Classes are held at the College of International Esthetics, Inc., 7300 W. 52nd Avenue, Suite T, Arvada, CO 80002;www.internationalesthetics.com


Herbalist Program
Total Hours: 45
Cost: $1,110 includes class materials

Class Materials

Herbology (8 classroom hours/2 lab hours)   Individual class cost: $240.00
A comprehensive overview and understanding of the distinction of organic and inorganic substances and their effect on the human body. The use of herbs in the restoration of health to broken down constitutions will be studied. The four classifications of herbs, descriptions of their properties, actions, effects and applications for the treatment and prevention of disease will be studied in this course to provide a classic background in traditional herbology.

Herbal Preparations (6 classroom hours/2 lab hours) Individual class cost: $190.00

The course involves both the historical and medicinal uses of various herbal preparations. It will also focus on the identification of each herb, along with when and how best to collect the herb. Emphasis will be given to teas, infusions, extracts, tinctures, poultices, boluses and forgotten simple home remedies.

Chinese Herbology (6 classroom hours/2 lab hours) Individual class cost: $200.00

The course involves a comparison and contrast between Western medical science and traditional Chinese herbal medicine. A study of holistic health through the promotion of herbal medicine gives this course a unique perspective. The student will gain an enhanced understanding of the classification of herbal properties with a focus on Chinese herbs and their action on the vital organs of the body.

Nutrition and Health (10 classroom hours/3 lab hours) Individual class cost: $290.00
A comprehensive study which will educate the student in achieving and maintaining the greatest level of health through careful dietary planning and nutritional supplementation. The student will learn to determine vitamin and mineral deficiencies as they correlate to specific health problems and be able to suggest the proper supplementation.   The importances of building and keeping a strong digestive system will be emphasized.

Beginnning pH Balancing (6 classroom hours) Individual class cost: $190.00
Maintaining the proper balance in the body’s pH can positively affect all major body systems, especially the digestive, intestinal, circulatory, respiratory and immune systems.  This balance protects the oxygen affinity of hemoglobin in the blood.  A pH-balanced environment maintains proper metabolic function and allows the body to function optimally.

 

This program has been approved by the Division of Private Occupational Schools, Department of Higher Education, State of Colorado.   Classes are available via classroom and online.  Classes are held at the College of International Esthetics, Inc., 7300 W. 52nd Avenue, Suite T, Arvada, CO 80002.   www.internationalesthetics.com


Nutritional Consultant
Total Hours: 68
Cost: $1275.00 includes class materials

Nutrition and Health (10 classroom hours/3 lab hours)
A comprehensive study which will educate the student in achieving and maintaining the greatest level of health through careful dietary planning and nutritional supplementation. The student will learn to determine vitamin and mineral deficiencies as they correlate to specific health problems and be able to suggest the proper supplementation. The importance of building and keeping a strong digestive system will be emphasized.

Beginning pH Balancing (6 classroom hours)
Maintaining the proper balance in the body’s pH can positively affect all major body systems, especially the digestive, intestinal, circulatory, respiratory and immune systems. This balance protects the oxygen affinity of hemoglobin in the blood. A pH-balanced environment maintains proper metabolic function and allows the body to function optimally.

Nutritional Wellness (6 classroom hours)
Our health is created by the way we eat and drink. This course will give you a comprehensive understanding of how poor nutrition can create “dis-ease” or disharmony in the body. The student will gain knowledge of numerous popular diet plans (pro/cons) as well as the benefits of juicing and exercising.

Chemistry of Man (8 classroom hours)
This course students the life work of Dr. Bernard Jensen and V. G. Rocine and their pioneering research on the chemistry of food. The intimiate association between food and health will be explored with a specific emphasis on how the chemical elements of food affect the shaping of human temperament.

Anatomy and Physiology
This course will provide the student with the general ability to identify the major organ systems as well as the parts and functions of the human body, stressing the function and interrelationships between organs, tissues and glands. This will prepare the student to look at imbalances in the body with an holistic approach.

The Nutritional Consultant program has been approved by the Department of Higher Education, State of Colorado. Classes are available online and taught in the classroom at the College of International Esthetics., www.internationalesthetics.com.