Core Healing opened in March of 2009 because I saw a need for colon hydrotherapy in the Brainerd Lakes Area. Core Healing is privately owned and operated by me, Brittina Seaborg.
I have 15 years of experience as a massage therapist. My training in Swedish and relaxation massage began when I was 19 and working at a Sushi restaurant in St. Cloud, where I was invited to attend Aherns School of Massage Therapy . I allowed Massage therapy to positively change my life and was awarded a great first position as the SCSU massage therapist. Soon I was also working at Woodlands Chiropractic where I discovered the value of structural or deep tissue massage and was educated through an understudy and continuing education courses. My belief in the effectiveness of bodywork on an emotional and physical level recently led me to the Costa Rican jungle where I became a certified Rebalancer! Being immersed in an alternative health setting propelled my curiosity towards nutrition. I decided to be a colon hydrotherapist after researching the importance of gut health, colon cleansing, and experiencing the physical and emotional health benefits from colon hydrotherapy myself. I have completed training on the LIBBE device and am certified with I-ACT.
Certification provides consistency and promotes a high standard of care. The International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy is the leading international organization, which has set strict standards for training and practice. There are four levels of certification ranging from Foundational Level I to Level Four Instructors. An internationally sanctioned test is given to advance to each level.
I-ACTs Mission Statement reads, “The International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (I-ACT) heightens the awareness of the colon hydrotherapy profession, ensures continuing and progressive education in the field of colon hydrotherapy and implements professionalism beyond reproach.” For further information contact I-ACT at:
I-ACT, P.O. Box 461285, San Antonio, TX 78246-1285; (210)366-2888; fax (210)366-2999; http://www.i-act.org – firstname.lastname@example.org
About Minnesota Law
The practice of colon hydrotherapy is allowed under Minnesota’s Alternative and Complementary Practice law and is regulated by the Department of Health. Persons seeking colon hydrotherapy or other complementary and alternative health services must be provided a Client Bill of Rights by the practitioner. For more information see Minnesota statute Section 146A or contact the Minnesota Department of Health.