Iridology & Sclerology

The eye is the window to the soul... it is often said. Modern day science has proven that statement over and over with the art of Iridology and Sclerology.


Iridology is the analysis of the colour and structure of the eye and sclerology is the interpretation of the red lines in the white of the eye. 







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Atri Wilson is a qualified Iridologist through the Felke Institute of Germany.


Iridology is a diagnostic tool which is used to identify the source of disease within a patient; the process involves careful charting and interpretation of the various structures, colours and features seen within the iris (the coloured part of the eye).


The science of iridology is based on hundreds of years of careful observation and documentation of iris signs which have been verified using modern technology and scientific research. Iridology is practised extensively across Europe and Australia by Homeopaths, Naturopaths and other complimentary practitioners.


A detailed iris assessment by an experienced iridologist allows for the recognition of structural and functional organ weaknesses, these signs are often visible long before the onset of actual disease allowing for early intervention and disease prevention. An iridology assessment may also provide the practitioner with insight into the true underlying cause of a disease process and in doing so a suitable cure and treatment plan can be determined.


An iris assessment is safe, non-invasive and does not cause any discomfort to the patient and the outcome of the assessment is immediately available to the practitioner for interpretation and application.


Sclerology is the art of analysing the red lines in the white of the eye, and often point to areas in iris that are the most important areas to consider for

that patient. It works hand-in-hand with iridology. 

(Click on the Sclerology tab for more information)


Atri Wilson is a Master Sclerologist as well as Iridologist.