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The Yellow Brick Road Holistic Centre has been assisting clients in the Greater Toronto Area with their health and wellness goals for over 40 years. Located at the North edge of the Annex in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, in the up and coming area of Dupont by the Castle, we specialize in providing quality and safe natural colon cleanse treatments at an accessible price.  Our aim is to facilitate clients from all walks of life to be able to detoxify the body and optimize their health. Through regular sessions of Colon Hydrotherapy also known as Colon Irrigation or Colonics, and dietary and lifestyle changes, many of our clients have found improvement in their digestion, elimination and overall well-being. 

Colon Hydrotherapy

Colon Hydrotherapy performed by a trained Colon Hydrotherapist is a way of assisting the body to let go of toxins and unwanted materials from the large intestine. Please see our FAQ for more information.


A relaxation and energy session.


“The experience was excellent. Great professional environment.”

“Sarah made me feel so comfortable through the process. The room is clean and she is very upfront about what is being done. I have already booked my next appointment. I had reservations about doing colonics but after trying it I definitely would recommend it.” 

“Amazing experience! Will definitely recommend it. I was nervous but Sandi made me feel comfortable. Came out feeling great and with amazing advice.”



The Colon or large intestine is approximately 5 feet in an adult.  Consisting of the caecum, ascending colon, transverse colon, descending colon, sigmoid colon and rectum 


The Colon is responsible for forming, storing and expelling waste matter along with a number of important, but lesser known functions..


Various health problems occur in the colon when impacted fecal matter and toxins are allowed to remain in the intestines for a long period of time...they're not being eliminated properly


Diseases of the body's elimination system are common in developed countries--Colorectal cancer, polyps, 
ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, 
Irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn's disease...


Constipation occurs when there is abnormally delayed or infrequent passage of bowel movements


Feel like it's time to deflate? You might blame it on retaining water, but the truth is that most bloating is caused by gas.


Fibre is basically an indigestible (and therefore calorie-free) complex carbohydrate found in fruits, vegetables and grains.

Many Canadians deal with the symptoms of a digestive disorder every day. Whether it drains energy and one's wellbeing or requires a hospital stay, few speak about the disease and its impact on their lifestyle and work. These statistics will give you an idea of the magnitude of digestive disorders in Canada, and the need to be proactive to gain and keep good health.

Colon Cancer

  • Colon cancer has the 2nd highest death rate of all cancers in Canada. 
  • On average, 69 Canadians will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer every day.
  • On average, 25 Canadians will die of colorectal cancer every day.
  • Approximately 37% of those diagnosed will reside in Ontario.
  • It was estimated 25,100 Canadians will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer in 2015. This represents 13% of all new cancer cases in 2015.
  • It was estimated 9,300 Canadians will die from colorectal cancer in 2015. This represents 12% of all cancer deaths in 2015..

The Canadian Cancer Society

Digestive Health

  • More than 20 million Canadians suffer from digestive disorders every year.
  • Each year nearly 30,000 Canadians die of diseases of the digestive system.
  • 5 million Canadians experience heartburn at least one time per week.
  • More than 330,000 Canadians are believed to be affected by celiac disease with only approximately 110,000 diagnosed. 
  • More than half of adults aged 50 years and older will develop hemorrhoid symptoms in their lifetime.
  • Canada has one of the highest rates of IBS in the world.

Canadian Digestive Health Foundation

Monetary Cost

  • Digestive disorders cost $18 billion (2000) annually in health care costs and lost productivity.
  • Inpatient care for colorectal cancer costs $210 million and is the 15th most expensive condition to treat in Canada.
  • In 2008, $141 million was spent on prescription drugs for the treatment of Crohn's disease.
  • Complimentary and alternative medicines are used at some point by half of all IBD patients. Costs associated with these medicines are not covered by health care plans.
  • The impact on individuals and families, Too high.

Canadian Digestive Health Foundation

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