Claire Rayner


Registered Naturopathic Colon Hydrotherapist

After completing her Diploma in Adult Nursing in 2004, Claire embarked upon a career as a Registered General Nurse, acquiring experience in a range of specialist departments including a gastrointestinal high dependency unit and a minor surgery unit, as well as working in the community and end of life palliative care. In 2012, Claire trained as a breastfeeding peer support worker and the following year, she set up her own business, ‘Entrusted Mama’, after completing her IPEN training to become a placenta encapsulation specialist.  Claire has always had a strong belief in the power of natural and alternative medicine, and it is one of her visions to help new mothers have a happy and enjoyable post-natal period.

When she was diagnosed with Guillian-Barre Syndrome in 2015, Claire instinctively sought an alternative path for her healing and recovery – which is how she discovered colonic hydrotherapy.

Colonic treatments, coffee enemas and a number of natural herbal remedies healed her body in an amazingly short time, giving her the strength to make a full recovery from her illness and train to be become a qualified colonic hydrotherapist.

Working in two highly established popular clinics in Nottingham, mentored by both Linda Booth (Just for Tummies) and Jane Bush of Gedling Colonics. Claire has now opened her very own clinic in the picturesque market town of Beverley, providing colonic hydrotherapy treatments to the East Riding of Yorkshire and beyond.

Claire says,“I am so passionate about colonic hydrotherapy; I have seen first-hand how this treatment works, the benefits are endless, and I am excited to offer this service to others!”