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 may be helpful in providing relief for common ear, nose and throat issues experienced by many of us. It is also a very relaxing therapy in its own right and can be helpful in dealing with 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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