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Practitioner level 3

By successfully completing this course, you will:

  • Gain skills and knowledge to practice Iridology
  • Be awarded the professional BSY Diploma
  • Become a Registered BSY Iridology Practitioner
  • Receive the Level 3 Certificate of Achievement from ABC Awards and Certa Awards*

You can study this course from the comfort of your own home; in your own time and at your own pace; with helpful support and encouragement from our friendly tutors.

Course overview

By examining the patterns of the iris of the eye, one can ascertain important information about the state of the organs and tissues of the body. Whereas conventional blood tests and X-rays can only tell you when an organ is damaged, Iridology can indicate when the organ is under stress, before physical symptoms are evident.This course would serve as a useful adjunct to other complementary therapy training.


  • Lesson One
    • The discovery of a natural science
      • Early observations
      • The boy and his owl
      • The path is opened
      • Different philosophies
      • The mechanics
      • The bioplasma theory
      • The holographic theory and ECIWO biology
  • Lesson Two
    • Constitutional types
      • The constitution
    • Iris colour
      • The blue iris
      • The grey iris
      • The brown iris
    • Background structure
      • The ideal iris
      • The first class iris
      • The normal iris
      • The degenerative iris
  • Lesson Three
    • A look around the eye
      • Methods of examination
      • The unwritten rules
      • Basic examination technique
    • The iris map
  • Lesson Four
    • Iris structure and iris signs
      • Iris anatomy
      • Introduction to iris signs
      • The iris grid
  • Lesson Five
    • Iris signs
      • Crypts
      • Defect signs
      • Daisy iris
      • Daisy nerve wreath
      • Ballooning
      • Heterochromic patterns
  • Lesson Six
    • Iris signs continued
      • Lacunae
      • Liver wedge
      • Transversal
      • Radii solaris
      • Honeycombs
      • Tulip sign
      • Psoric spots
  • Lesson Seven
    • Lining up the eye
      • The equilibrium line
      • The disharmony line
      • The pain line
      • The infection line
      • The nutrition line
      • The sex line
      • The psychosomatic line
      • The resilience line
  • Lesson Eight
    • The pupil in iridology
      • Segmental flattening
      • Oval pupils
      • Pupil displacement
      • Pupil size
      • Pupil colour
  • Lesson Nine
    • Sclerology
      • Colours
      • Engorged blood vessels
      • Iris net
      • Migraine net
      • Curved scleral sign
      • Parallel scleral marking
      • Cholesterol deposits
      • Chain of pearls
      • Scleral web marking
      • Spirals
      • Arrow head
      • Forks or tulips
  • Lesson Ten
    • Medical conditions of the eye
      • The anatomy of the eye
      • Visual acuity
      • The red eye
      • Conditions
    • Cataracts

Practical training

No practical training is required to complete this course.

*Registration is essential with this course at any time during the studies. Registration fee of £20 applies. Full details on request.