Modern Iridology is defined as the study and analysis of the coloured section of the eye known as the Iris.

How Iridology Works

The study of the eye has a long and commendable use in history and civilization. The Chinese discerned health tendencies from the size, shape and set of the eyes, and in Ayurvedic medicine the colour of the eyes is part of the description of a person’s Prakriti (constitution).

Iridology is used to determine factors that may be important in the prevention of ill health, as well as in the attainment of optimum health. It is an assessment of inherited and acquired health risks. Iridology uses magnification of the iris to determine these health tendencies.


Iridology provides a valuable cross-check for other forms of health evaluation. It can be seen as a useful diagnostic tool particularly for preventative health. The iris can help reveal the potential disposition to certain health imbalances, before we would otherwise become aware of them. Every part of the body relates to a different section of the iris, which can help you pinpoint imbalances.

How Iridology Is Used

Constitutional Health

Whether your eyes are blue, mixed or brown, Iridology can be used to provide you with a read-out of your constitution – your essential makeup. Your constitution defines guidelines for your health predispositions from your body’s innate mode of response.

Behavioural Traits

Are you a thinking or an emotional type of person? Behavioural Iridology can help assess your communication style, how your personality is influenced by your parents, career potentials, relationship dynamics with those around you, and provide you with tools for personal change.

Preventative Health

A blueprint for wellbeing. Iridology makes crucial information available to you  (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats). This information can help keep you in better health by taking preemptive action.

Better Understanding

Ever wondered  if their is a pattern to your ill health, or recognised when the same symptoms develop? Becoming aware of your body and its responses is key to learning how best to support your health.