Founder of Martha’s Vineyard Diet Detox

Dr. Roni DeLuz, RN, ND, Phd. and Life Style Consultant

Roni DeLuz is a traditional naturopathic doctor. A graduate of the Clayton School of Natural Healing and the American Holistic College of Nutrition, she completed her doctorate in natural health. Roni is also a registered nurse and colonic therapist who has been a healing professional for 20 years. Originally from Connecticut, she graduated from Fairfield University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Her experience includes five years at Yale New Haven Hospital specializing in rare syndromes and one and a half years as Director Nursing at Regis Multi-Health Center. She has recently been certified as a Hypnotherapist by the American Institute of Hypnotherapy.

In 1980, Roni founded Singh Care Homes, Inc., a provider of long term care facilities for children and adults. In the course of her work she set up special programs for those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, digestive disorders, weight problems, and special therapeutic programs for debilitated children and adults.

In 1996, on Martha’s Vineyard Roni started developing and teaching Holistic Individual Plans for clients with chronic health concerns. Soon after, in the summer of 1997 she founded and opened the Martha’s Vineyard Holistic Retreat, which offers retreat vacation packages for clients to experience a peaceful, private, holistic environment that address body/mind programs with natural healing and detoxification.

She travels across the country giving lectures on life style changes and works closely with a Wellness Center in California. As she values all branches of health oriented sciences she readily refers to and works with other holistic services such as yoga, acupuncture, chiropractic, Reiki, massage, energy and physical therapy.

She is a member of the Coalition for Natural Health, American Naturopathic Medical Association, International Association for Colon Therapy and American Association of Drugless Practitioner.

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