This fascinating therapy has gained popularity in recent years as we seek natural forms of healthcare. Ear Candling is a gentle, non-invasive therapy that is easy to perform and beneficial to receive. It is soothing and helpful for conditions experienced by many of us – such as headaches, compacted ear wax, sinus problems, ringing in the ears, pressure problems and more. It is also a very relaxing therapy in its own right and helpful with the treatment of stress.
A full treatment includes ear candling and a specialised massage of the face, scalp, neck and ears and lasts for 45 minutes.
The content of this one-day course includes:
- History of Ear Candling
- How the ear candles work
- Benefits and contraindication
- Anatomy of the ear and sinuses
- Observe, carry out and receive a full treatment, including ear candling and a specialised massage sequence of the face, neck, scalp and ears (a full treatments lasts 45 minutes)
- Client consultation
- Frequency of treatments
- Final assessment
- Student review questionnaire
- Distribution of Certificates
This course is registered with the Complementary Medical Association and attendees can claim 5 CPD points.
Who is Eligible?
The course is suitable for qualified therapists, e.g. those qualified in Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Beauty Therapy etc., who wish to learn a new skill. Non-therapists who wish to do the course for their own interest can do so but will not be eligible to receive a certificate.
Due to other commitments, I will not be teaching any further Ear Candling courses – please contact my colleague and co-author Lesley Hart who is an excellent teacher and she will be able to help you.
Course fees vary according to location – get in touch with Lesley Hart for an application form and course fee details.
A very thorough and comprehensive course…I very much enjoyed it.” Hannah Adams
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