Las Vegas Colon Hydrotherapy School and Clinic (LVCHSC) provides a relaxing atmosphere with a holistic approach. LVCHSC is certified by the International Association of Colon Hydrotherapists (I-ACT) as a recognized school and clinic. The school is also licensed by the Nevada Commission on Post-Secondary Education. SCHOOL hours are Sunday 1:30 PM to 7:30 Monday-Saturday 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM. Daily hours my vary as long as we meet our 65 hour quota.

There are four (4) Open devices and one Closed device that are utilized in the Clinic: The Open devices are three (3) LIBBE (Lower Intestinal Bottom Bowel Evacuation) devices and one (1) Angel of Water device. The Closed device is a Hydro-San closed-system. All devices are registered with the FDA as Class II medical devices.

A schedule of classes with clinical training are listed at the end of this Catalog. However, potential students should feel free to contact Donna DeCarolis, (702) 471-0088, to inquire about additional training opportunities.

   *   Scheduled I-ACT LIBBE classes are Sunday 1:30 PM through Saturday 7:00 PM

   *   Scheduled I-ACT ANGEL OF WATER classes are Friday 8:30 AM through Thursday 7:30 PM

   *   Please call for HYDRO SAN training dates and times.

   *   “Equipment only” classes can be scheduled separately by contacting Donna DeCarolis.

Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training Course

Prerequisites for Entry into Training and Certification

   1   Any individual not using FDA registered devices may not be an I-ACT member and no I-ACT instructor/school may train any individual that does not use FDA registered devices.

   2   Each student MUST have a high school diploma or equivalent requirement showing they have achieved high school standards. This may be documented by diploma, GED or equivalency exam such as the Wunderlich Ability to Benefit Test.
      a. This must be completed prior to entering into training.

   3   I-ACT recommends that each new student receive 1-3 colonics prior to entering training. This recommendation can be waived if the student has contraindications to receiving colonics.

   4   Each student MUST show proof that they have taken a CPR Class and have a current CPR card.
      a. This must be completed prior to certification; however, it is strongly recommended this be accomplished before entering training.
      b. The instructor/school must document completion of this requirement on the official I-ACT transcript.

   5   Each student MUST be an I-ACT member prior to taking any I-ACT training. The Instructor / School must collect current I-ACT administration fee which covers:
      a. I-ACT Membership Application.
      b. NBCHT Membership Application including test fee.
      c. Cengage registration fees.

This I-ACT administration fee MUST be received by the I-ACT Office prior to the start of any training either through Cengage, or training in-person at the training facility. This fee is non-refundable.

Prerequisites for Entry into the 65 Hour In-Person Training

Prior to entering in-person training, it is recommended that each student should have completed the following:

   1   All required prerequisites for entering the Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training Course.
      a. Cengage Anatomy & Physiology Module W02 (60 hours).
      b. Cengage Microbiology Module W03 (25 hours).
      c. Cengage Intestinal Toxemia – Function vs. Dysfunction Module W04 (14 hours).
      d. Cengage Drug Interactions Module W06 (10 hours).

Listed below is a Course Outline for the Online Cengage Training, as well as the in house 65 hour training.

Since people are unique, we know our students arrive at varying levels of experience. We understand accommodations may be needed and we strive to meet each individual’s needs accordingly.

Download Non Rufundable I-ACT Application
Download Non Rufundable LVCH Enrollment Application
Download Non Rufundable LVCH Enrollment Agreement


Donna DeCarolis, Director of Operations, Certified Natural Health Professional, Colon Hydrotherapist and Instructor:

   *   Has 30 years of experience as a Colon Hydrotherapist. Opened the Las Vegas Colon Hydrotherapy School and Clinic (LVCHSC) in 2007 and Colonics by Anna Bella in 2012.

   *   Certified with the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (I-ACT) Levels I, II, III and Instructor.

   *   Recipient of 2016 I-ACT Educator of the Year award.

   *   Certified through the National Board for Colon Hydrotherapy (NBCHT).

   *   Certified as an instructor with Tiller, Mind & Body (manufacturer of the LIBBE).

   *   Certified as an instructor with Lifestream (manufacturer of the Angel of Water).

   *   Certified Natural Health Professional (CNHP) Since 2001.

   *   Provider of nutritional support to clients, peers and students.

   *   Committed to excellence for her students, clients and the community.

Anna DeCarolis, Colon Hydrotherapist and Instructor:

   *   Graduated in 2017 from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ with a B.S. in Biology with an emphasis in Pre-Medicine

   *   Graduated December 2021 with a N.M.D. from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ.

   *   Certified with the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (I-ACT) Levels I, II, III and Instructor.

   *   Employed by Chambers Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ.


   *   No credit or reduction in cost or hours will be given for any previous training or education. A daily quiz and a comprehensive test at the end of the course will be given from I-ACT which demands high standards for passing.

   *   The Account for Student Indemnification per NRS 394.441, may be used to indemnify a student who has suffered damage as a result of: discontinuation of operation of a postsecondary educational institution licensed in Nevada, or the violation by such an institution of any provision of NRS 394.383 to NRS 394.560, inclusive, or the regulations adopted.

   *   The school and clinic are housed in the same facility. Therefore, it is imperative that students dress professionally and conservatively. If attendance is during the summer, it is recommended that students bring a light sweater as inside temperatures differ greatly from the summer heat in Las Vegas. The student will be asked to leave if dress is inappropriate. Please note, program includes cleaning of the facility; so choose attire carefully as we will be using bleach along with other chemicals.

   *   Food will be provided your entire stay while at LVCHSC. In accordance with the curriculum on Natural Foods, whole grain baked goods, seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables will be served daily for breakfast and snacks. The provided lunch will be a variety of vegetarian soups, salads, and healthy dishes – come taste how delicious learning can be! Note—there is a refrigerator, hot plate and crock pot available for students with special dietary needs.

   *   Job placement is not promised or guaranteed but resources will be provided when available.

   *   Students will be participating in the role of client as well as therapist in the clinical setting so each student will receive a hands-on experience unless a contraindication exists. Each student is evaluated on an ongoing basis in the classroom and clinical setting through lectures, question & answer periods, observation and demonstration. At the end of each unit, a written quiz is given. However, it is vital that each student relay understanding in the care of each client in which the instructor will be orally quizzing the student as well as observing implementation of principles into practice. Students are given letter-grades on quizzes which are reviewed in class then averaged. Each client evaluates the student through a series of questions which are then weighed as satisfactory or unsatisfactory. An evaluation of “Unsatisfactory” indicates that the student lacks the compassion and understanding to safely attempt the therapy without additional classroom study and one-on-one assistance. Students must pass the comprehensive exam with a minimum of 70% correct answers. Students with an overall “F” average are not eligible for readmission without completing the entire admission process. Students with a “D” average may be readmitted with a 50% reduction in tuition.



I-ACT and LIBBE 65 Hours done in 6 1/2 days Start Sunday 1:30 PM ends Saturday 7:30 PM

Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training Course Payment


6 1/2 Days ( 65 Hours ). Sunday 1:30 PM Through Saturday 7:30 PM

$900.00 Non Refundable to I-ACT.
$500.00 Non Refundable to LVCHSC Online Instructor ( Down Payment )
$2600.00 Due the first day of in-person training.

Total $4000.00


Only 5 day class ( 50 hours ). Sunday 1:30 PM through Thursday 7:30 PM

Total $1350.00


6 1/2 Days ( 65 Hours ). Friday 8:30 AM Through Thursday 7:30 PM

$900.00 Non Refundable to I-ACT.
$500.00 Non Refundable to LVCHSC Online Instructor ( Down Payment )
$2600.00 First day of class ( Includes Books and Meals ).
$60.00 Manufacturer Certificate

Total $4060.00


Only 2 day class ( 16 hours ). Friday 8:30 AM through Saturday 5:30 PM

Total $600.00

Please note, if a slower paced schedule or adjusted dates are needed, let us work with you to meet your needs!

Students can register up to the day before class if all pre-requisites are satisfied and space in the class is available. Departure should be planned any time after 7:00pm on the 7th day. Transportation will be provided to and from class if accommodations are made at:

   *   Palace Station, 2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102; phone: (800) 469-6130.

This is the closest facility to our location. If you stay somewhere else, please arrange your own transportation.

This investment includes:

   *   Organic tea, organic coffee, breads, muffins, salads, and some free range organic grass fed meat available, mostly organic fresh fruit, soups and healthy snacks.

   *   Course manuals, study guide, quick reference guide & other materials.

   *   Receiving and giving colonic sessions to fellow students.

   *   Interaction with LIBBE / ANGEL OF WATER skilled staff & I-ACT Instructors

   *   Transcript of hours attended provided to I-ACT.


   *   The full balance will be refunded should Las Vegas Colon Hydrotherapy School & Clinic (LVCHSC) substantially fail to train the student as agreed upon in the enrollment agreement

   *    If the student cancels his/her enrollment before the start of the training program, LVCHSC shall refund to the student all the money the student has paid, minus 10 percent of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement or $150, whichever is less.

   *    If a student withdraws or is expelled by LVCHSC after the start of the training program and before the completion of more than 60 percent of the program, LVCHSC shall refund to the student a pro-rated amount of the tuition agreed upon in the enrollment agreement, minus 10 percent of the tuition agreed upon in the Enrollment Agreement or $150, whichever is less.

   *    If a student withdraws or is expelled by LVCHSC after completion of more than 60 percent of the training program, LVCHSC is not required to refund the student any money and may charge the student the entire cost of the tuition agreed upon in the Enrollment Agreement.

   *    If a refund is owed, LVCHSC will pay the refund to the person or entity who paid the tuition within 15 calendar days after the:

       1. Date of cancellation by a student of his/her enrollment;

       2. Date of termination by the institution of the enrollment of a student;

       3. Last day of an authorized leave of absence if a student fails to return after the period of authorized absence; or

       4. Last day of attendance of a student, whichever is applicable.

   *    Books, educational supplies or equipment for individual use are not included in the policy for refund listed above, and a separate refund must be paid by LVCHSC to the student if those items were not used by the student. Disputes must be resolved by the Administrator of the Commission for Post-secondary education for refunds required by this section on a case-by-case basis.

   *    For purposes of this Refund Policy:

       1. The period of a student’s attendance must be measured from the first day of instruction as set forth in the Enrollment Agreement through the student’s last day of actual attendance, regardless of absences.

       2. The period of time for a training program is the period set forth in the Enrollment Agreement

       3. Tuition is calculated using the tuition and fees set forth in the Enrollment Agreement and does not include books, educational supplies or equipment that is listed separately from the tuition and fees.