Naturopathy Diagnosis included two types of diagnostic methods used widely in Naturopathy. They are Facial Diagnosis and Iris Diagnosis.
Facial Diagnosis – The basis of facial diagnosis is the human organism, divided into the head and the body, is seen as the head being a compacted, condensed, more yang expression of the body, and the body is seen as an expanded, soft, more yin expression of the head. The basic principle of Facial Diagnoses is that “an internal organ of the body is revealed in the face as an inverse mirror image such that the condition of one located in the lower part of the body is revealed on the upper part of the face on the same side.

Teaching Hours – 200 hours in 1 year (Theory – 100 hours; Practicals – 100 hours)