From the Inside Flap
A WAKE-UP CALL FOR NUMBER ONE
This is probably the most complete book on colonic irrigation and bowel health ever to be published. This book speaks volumes to the health-conscious and the curious, to the practitioner, the health professional and the patient.
Within these pages, there is something to inspire anyone who has ever contemplated feeling healthier, happier and living a more energetic life. Now everybody can have a thorough understanding of the positive benefits colonic irrigation can bring to their health.
Lara Coleman, BSc ND
Number Two highlights an often neglected truth: we are not only what we eat and assimilate, but also what we eliminate. We forget only too often that the bowel, like any other organ, needs support and nourishment.
This book will change the way health professionals address many health dysfunctions, such as IBS, bloatedness or constipation, by helping them realize that the bowel is within the whole person, and that these symptoms of digestive ill-health can be the beginning of a healing journey for the whole person.
Shoela Detsios, BSc Canada, ND Australia
This book is a MUST READ for anyone who wants to improve their health. It contains answers to some of the most important but taboo questions most people are just too afraid to ask!
Dr Sanjay Chaudhuri , MBBS BSc
About the Author
After receiving her MA in Education in 1981 from Maurice Thorez University where she specialised in advanced learning technologies, Galina went on to become an educational reviewer, journalist, interpreter and teacher. She continued writing practical learning guides, as well as teaching CPD courses for teachers and lecturing.
Between 1987 and 1989 Galina was responsible for writing, editing and presenting the educational feature of "Childrens Hour", an immensely popular programme on Russian Education TV that was on air three times a week. Galinas feature received 40,000 letters from children and adult viewers in April 1989 alone, something that Galina is immensely proud of to this day.
After moving to the UK in 1989, Galina worked for the BBC World Service and later spent some time in the Citys financial and banking sector.
In mid-90s Galina realised she wanted to go back to education. As health promotion has always been her great interest and passion, Galina took a sabbatical to do an intensive diploma course in Sports Therapy and Health and Fitness Studies. After qualifying, Galina very quickly acquired a varied and challenging client base, consisting of performing artists, City financiers and her former journalist colleagues.
As her client base grew, she continued postgraduate studies to expand her range of treatments Galina now practices and teaches not only exercise and bodywork therapies, but also Colon Hydrotherapy and Live Blood Microscopy.
Galinas detox and beauty retreat, Wellbeing Now, sponsors a health and wellness page on the local radio, Star 106.6 FM, participates in the life of the local community, organizes health awareness campaigns and contributes to local and national publications, thus helping hundreds of people to learn more about themselves and their health.