What is Ear Candling?
The practice of using hollow cones to treat varies issues related with impacted ears dates back to before biblical times and has been around for centuries. It was developed and skillfully made by the Egyptians and was then passed down to other cultures throughout the world. Though this procedure isn't very widely known in west, it has gained in popularity in recent years due of it's effectiveness to treat common ear problems.
I have been performing this treatment for my clients for over 10 years and have seen some amazing results. People are always shocked when the discover how much can be released from the ear. The 'proof is in the pudding' as they say, and when this session is over the results are visible. People may have seen bad reviews about this method on line, my response to that is it was probably done incorrectly! Candling/ coning isn't rocket science, but it does have to be done properly or it doesn't work!
Seeing is believing on this one! This is a ust try if you have never experienced it before or are suffering with ear problems.
45 minute Earcandle Session | 50
each Additional Candle | 10
Ear Candling is a very soothing and comfortable experience and is preformed in a relaxing setting with calming music. One large cone is used for each ear in a regular session, but 1 additional cone may be used with a max of 2 per ear. Lymphatic drainage massage is performed on the face and neck along with additional pressure release to the sinus cavities.
Common Q & A
Q Who uses ear candling?
A Historically this procedure is used by people who suffer from ears that are impacted, achy or itchy ears, hearing loss, ear infections, swimmers ear, and can also help with sinus infections and nasal congestion.
Q How long does a session take?
A Approximately 20 minutes per candle
Q How does it feel?
A Most people enjoy the process and find it to be very relaxing, many of my client drift off to sleep. Some people claim to hear the sounds of waves or crackling of fire.
Q Are there times when someone shouldn't have this done?
A People who have had recent ear, nose, throat, or sinus surgery of any kind or have had tubes in their ears or any bleeding, should not be coned!
Q Is there anything I should be aware of after my candling session?
A Yes! After being coned do not go swimming, diving or flying for at least 24 hours.
Q Is Ear Candling safe?
A Candling is safe, in the hundreds of times I have preformed this treatment, I have never had a problem. I ensure you are protected and all precautions are taken during the session.