Your eye is actually an extension of your brain via your optic nerve. This means that your eye is connected to every organ and tissue throughout your body through your nervous system.
Your iris (the coloured part of your eye) is unique to you (like your fingerprint), with no two eyes being the same, even in the same person. As you age the iris changes and displays changes in function (or nervous system activity) within its fibre structure and colour. Iridology is the study of these changes and which organs they relate too. It is therefore a useful tool to gain visual clues regarding possible weaknesses within your body (either inherited or accumulated over your life).
Iridology is included in all new client consultations and ‘when required’ in existing client consultations to help your practitioner gain a clearer picture of potential strengths and weaknesses in your organs and tissues. Iridology is suitable for all ages.