Owner and Therapist, Tricia Korth
Tricia Korth, is Owner of Antidote Wellness Therapies and a Certified Colon Therapist, receiving her certification from the Wood Hygienic Institute. Previous to becoming a CCT, she was an Occupational Therapist since 1998. Working with severely handicapped children and then orthopedic rehabilitation, she enjoyed her time as a therapist. However, her passion lies within alternative medicine and providing the body with ways to heal itself. This passion introduced her to colonics in 2005, becoming a client of Gailla’s – the founder of CHS. Ready for a change, in early 2013 she purchased CHS from Gailla, moving business to Trevor. Feeling the need for more detoxification services in Southeast Wisconsin and Northern Illinois, the idea of ANTIDOTE was born. Antidote opened in the summer of 2016.
Elaine Bonds, Certified Colon Therapist
Elaine Bonds, is a Certified Colon Therapist, receiving her certification through the Woods Hygienic Institute. She has a passion for education on all topics of health and wellness. Her interest in becoming a colon therapist is derived from a colon cancer diagnosis of her grandmother over 20 years ago. This diagnosis ignited her mission to educate individuals about wellness for their bodies, health and overall well being.
Cynthia Hill is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) receiving her certification through the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA) Ann Arbor. Cynthia’s lifelong passion in nutrition and wellness are rooted in her own experiences with health & weight loss issues. Cynthia is eager to share how Nutritional Therapy can improve health and wellbeing through balancing the 6 foundations of diet, digestion, hydration, blood sugar, fatty acids, and minerals. Cynthia also has a background in fitness instruction certified as a Group Exercise Instructor with AFAA. A real food advocate, Cynthia enjoys growing organic produce in her home garden and fermenting and culturing raw foods.
The Founder of Colon Hygiene Services, Gailla Deiters
Gailla Deiters has been a certified colon therapist since May 1989 through the Wood Hygienic Institute, the first state licensed school of colon therapy in the U.S. Additionally, she is certified through the International Association of Colon- Hydrotherapy, (I-ACT).
A highlight of her career has been the privilege of being mentored by the late Dr. Khem Shahani. Dr. Shahani served for 14 years on the World Health Organization as an expert panelist on beneficial bacteria and acidophilus. Dr. Shahani was a professor at the University of Nebraska, writing over 200 peer reviewed and published scientific articles, receiving numerous worldwide awards. Gailla’s relationship with Dr. Shahani has provided CHS with our own private label probiotics, Quintestinal. For more information on Dr. Shahani and probiotics visit our products page or go to www.nebraskacultures.com. You can now reach Gailla at her home office in the beautiful state of Hawaii, check out www.alohacolonics.com