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3 modules. 3 CPE points.

Transversals are oblique fibres that traverse the radial landscape of the iris. a structural feature seen in nearly 25% of the population. Learn how to determine the significance of transversals according to colour, shape and location.

This unit adds a whole new layer to what has been covered in previous modules. This is the advanced training on pigmentation. Based on the work of European masters, Joseph Angerer, Josef Deck and Toni Miller's clinical observation since 1981.


283 images. Preparation reading The Integrated Iridology Textbook Chapters 17 and 23.

Graduates of this unit of Physical Iridology will be inspired to use Integrated Iridology with every client. 


Transversals often allude to organ weakness associated with the family history. In this case, we can say they are trans-generational, meaning they occur in areas connected to familial health issues.


Transversals should be viewed as genetic links to the family history. Dispositions can be activated or remain dormant. You will be able to implement this information into your clinic immediately. Study pre-requisite: Essentials, Constitutional Iridology, the Collarette, Pupil and its Border and the Sclera.


*Class fee Includes referenced workbook in PDF.

Course outline

What you will learn: 

  • Advanced interpretation of transversals based on colour, shape and location.

  • Case studies

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