Not too long after this point, I decided to get my degree in Naturopathy. Part of this was to “legitimize” the work I was already doing, and I was also interested in learning more tools for my healing arsenal.
During my course of study with the Clayton School of Natural Healing, I was exposed to a number of modalities of healing that included iridology, specific tools to work with arthritis and cancer, and massage therapy. I benefited from more in-depth herbology than I was using at that time, and reinforcement of methods that I was already familiar with, such as reflexology, homeopathy, and others.
It was an intensive course of study that I enjoyed immensely. I graduated in February of 1995.