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Iridology is the study of health via an examination of the color and structure of the iris, sclera, and pupil. The iris has a reflex connection to every organ and tissue of the body by way of the nervous system. Iridologists assess color and fiber structure variations to determine the constitutional strength of the physical body, as well as aspects of the personality.


Iridology is not a treatment therapy. It is a screening tool used to detect inherent and individual predispositions. The color and pattern of your eyes reflect your unique genetic inheritance from the previous three generations. Whether you develop these dispositions to the best-case or worst-case scenario depends on the way you eat, drink, think, live, and love.


Iridology can be used to determine potential health problems at the earliest stage. This enables you an opportunity to prevent illness and maintain optimum wellness.


Master Iridologist Diane Shalevski uses Integrated Iridology, which is a cohesive blend of American, European, and Australian models. These models are founded on the teachings of many masters including Bernard Jensen, Joseph Angerer, and Robert Lucy.


Prevention is the supreme goal. An Integrated Iridology assessment is an effective screening tool that enables us to identify each person's specific nurture points. These points help you to accept and take responsibility for your health, wellbeing, and future. An iridology session will give you information to help you become the best version of yourself.

Live/Dry Blood Analysis

Your blood is your lifeline.

One single drop of your blood can reveal so much about your health.

Your blood is one of the first places we look when it comes to identifying dis-ease within the body so it is easy to understand why looking at your ‘living blood’ under a microscope is going to give us powerful information about the current state of your health.

Along with carrying oxygen and nutrients throughout the body, blood is full of information about overall health and wellness. A live blood analysis adds even more detail to your medical history by identifying abnormalities in the blood that may indicate something is amiss.  

With a traditional blood test, we have to ask specific questions, for example, what is my iron level, or what is my vitamin D level, and so we are only able to get answers to our specific questions, however with live blood analysis, we can see all abnormalities that exist so the scope of the information we can obtain from this is limitless.

Live blood testing enables us to see your blood exactly as it behaves inside your body, giving a clear picture of your health at a cellular level.
Just one drop of blood is obtained from your fingertip and then immediately examined under a very high-powered microscope. The results are captured on camera, enabling you to view your live blood – still interacting and moving around – on screen.

The condition and quality of your red blood cells have a direct impact on your present and future health, with stress and disease visible in the live blood years before they manifest into disease within the body.

By assessing the size, shape, and volume of red blood cells we can observe:

  • The condition and viability of your red blood cells

  • Free radical damage to the blood cell which tells us so much about your exposure to toxicity

  • Digestive function including candida and signs of IBS, SIBO and other conditions

  • Undigested proteins and fats

  • Vitamin deficiencies

  • Poor circulation

  • Oxygenation levels

  • Physical stress and its influence on organ function

  • Excess uric acid

  • Hormonal imbalances plus excess cortisol

  • Blood-borne and intestinal parasites

  • Heavy metals

  • Imbalances associated with degenerative conditions


By analysing your live blood on screen, not only can we can assess the quality of your red blood cells, but also the activity of your white blood cells, and whether there are bacteria, yeasts, moulds or fungus present.

What do the dry bloods show?

Your dry blood helps us to see oxidative stress over the course of your entire life. There are 8 droplets of dry blood taken. Each droplet is a deeper layer that represents a point in time during your life. The first droplet represents acute and recent issues, whilst the last droplet is the time around your birth. The other 6 droplets tell a story about the years in between.
Within each droplet there are 7 rings. Each ring represents a different body system. By analysing each of the 8 droplets and each of the 7 rings we can understand what oxidative stress is present, which systems are impacted, and how long these issues have been present.

All that just from 1 little prick of your finger!

This is a game changer because now, not only can I analyse your iris and sclera but I can also use the information from your live and dry blood assessment to confirm the root cause of your issues. 

This gives you so much valuable insight into your health and what changes are needed. 

The full package includes:

  • 90 minute initial consultation

  • Live & dry blood analysis

  • Iris & sclera assessment

  • Report of findings

  • Tailored action plan to follow

  • Follow up 60 min consult where we will check your sclera and live blood again to look for improvements, this will tell us if you're on track! 

The full package can be booked here.

If you've already had an iris & sclera assessment, you can simply book a live/dry bloods consult on its own instead of booking the full package.

The live/dry bloods session includes:

  • Initial 90 min consultation

  • Live and dry blood samples & analysis

  • Report of findings

  • A tailored action plan to follow 

A Live/Dry Bloods session can be booked here.

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